Using helpful maps, charts, and intriguing facts in conjunction with vibrant images and informational text, this fact-filled nonfiction title allows early elementary readers to explore the lush rainforests of the world. Readers will learn make their way from the forest floor to the understory, all the way to the canopy!
Plants need many things to stay alive, including food, sun, air, and water. Plants must get these important things in order to continue to go through a life cycle. Learn all about various habitats and the way that plants have adapted to survive in them. The vibrant images and easy-to-read text in this science reader will keep students engaged from cover to cover. This reader also includes instructions for an engaging science activity and practice problems to further students' understanding. A helpful glossary and index are also included for additional support.
What makes a plant? Find out in this vibrant science reader! Plants are living things that go through a life cycle. Learn all about this cycle and what plants need to live and grow. Transforming from tiny seeds to beautiful flowers and gigantic trees, plants have a remarkable life cycle! The vibrant images and easy-to-read text in this science reader will keep students engaged from cover to cover. This reader also includes instructions for an engaging science activity and practice problems to further students' understanding. A helpful glossary and index are also included for additional support.
Do you think a snake would make a good pet? This fact-filled title uses bright, vivid images in conjunction with descriptive and informative language to let readers decide if they think a these cold-blooded reptiles would make good pets.
Explore how volcanoes are formed and what causes an eruption in this engaging and fascinating nonfiction reader. Featuring bright, vivid photos, explanatory diagrams, informational text, and stimulating facts, this fascinating title engages readers in the scientific and natural causes behind volcanoes and their eruptions.
Using helpful charts, graphs, informational text in conjunction with vivid images and intriguing facts, this fun and engaging title allows early elementary readers to explore the ecosystem, plants, and animals of the deserts around the world.
From where they are located to the various animals that live there, early readers discover the lush forests of the world in this inviting nonfiction reader that features vivid, brilliant images in conjunction with informational text and intriguing facts about this amazing ecosystem.
There are seven million horses in the United States! Early readers will learn all about horses and stallions in this appealing nonfiction title that features vibrant photos, captivating facts, and simple, informative text. With a picture glossary and helpful definitions, readers will discover there is much to learn as they move from cover to cover.
Did you know that there are 59 different kinds of eagles in the world? Early readers will learn about many of these birds of prey in this appealing nonfiction title. With vibrant photos, intriguing facts, and simple, informative text, readers will be fascinated from cover to cover!
Take a trip to the place where cows and horses play and fields of crops grow in this nonfiction book that tours a farm! Early elementary readers will discover the types of farm animals, crops, and different machinery used to run a farm. With informational text, a picture glossary, a map of the farm, and bright, colorful photos, readers will want to learn all about life on a farm!
In this enthralling nonfiction reader that features informational text, vivid photos, stimulating facts, and colorful diagrams, readers will learn all about tornadoes and hurricanes--from how they are formed to where are they are most common.
Early elementary readers find out what causes earthquakes and what to do to stay safe if one occurs in this helpful nonfiction reader. Featuring informational text, colorful maps, diagrams, and vibrant photos, this book keeps children engaged and fascinated at the same time!
There is a bright light in the night sky. Sometimes it is round like a ball, sometimes it is a crescent, and sometimes it is not there at all! What is this strange and changing thing? It is the moon, of course! Read all about our moon and the moons surrounding other planets in this book.
What does this book, a table, and your big toe have in common? They are all solids! A solid keeps its shape and always has the same volume. Read this book to learn about solids and how they are different from liquids and gases.
How does a liquid become a gas? Through evaporation! Evaporation helps make puddles disappear after it rains. In this book, learn all about evaporation and how it happens.
Ice cream is a solid. But when it melts, it becomes a liquid. Solids can change to liquids and back again by melting and freezing. Read this book to learn what happens when heat and cold and solids meet.
Learn all about planet Earth in this engaging, colorful title! Earth is our home. It is a big, beautiful place that orbits the sun. What else is there to know about Earth? Read this book to find out!
What takes the shape of the container it is in and changes shape when the container changes? Liquids! Liquid is a state of matter that has some big differences from solids and gases. Learn all about liquids with this colorful title!
What continues to expand to take up all the space it can? Gases! Gas is a state of matter, like a liquid or a solid. But it has properties that are quite different. In this book, read all about the differences and what makes a gas a gas.
How does a gas change to a liquid? Through condensation! Condensation is the liquid that appears on your bathroom mirror after a hot shower. It is the big gray clouds in the sky just before a rain. In this book, learn all about condensation and how it happens.
Learn more about graphs while protecting the environment by reducing, reusing, and recycling! Through this book, that has been translated into Spanish, young readers can practice their graphing and STEM skills by making bar graphs and pictographs of recyclable objects. Not only will children feel more confident in their graphing skills, but they will also be more environmentally conscious! Clear images, example graphs, and mathematical diagrams and charts make graphing seem simple and fun!
Many people who live in the city do not have space for gardens. But they still want the fresh food, flowers, and herbs that come from a garden. So, they plant gardens in pots or planters. Sometimes they form a team and find an empty lot to plant their gardens in. People use patterns to plan how best to use their space. This is a great way for people to live in the city and have a beautiful garden. What would you plant in your city garden?
The students in this book are learning about gardens. Each grade will plant its own garden. One grade will plant a pizza garden with all the vegetables and herbs needed to make a yummy pizza sauce. Another grade will plant a storybook garden. Although each grade will plant different things, they will all use patterns in their planning. Look inside to see how many patterns you can find.
A pond may seem quiet and subdued, but this unique ecosystem is filled with active life cycles. Students learn what distinguishes a pond from other bodies of water, the plant and animal life within it, and how their life cycles contribute to the pond itself.
Readers learn all about tropical and temperate rainforests and the differences between these two unique biomes. Rainforests are filled with wonder and mystery, from the tall trees in the canopy to the dark and damp leaves on the forest floor. The plants and animals that inhabit these rainforests are varied and exotic. They depend on the rainforest, as does the rest of the world.