In this simple nonfiction title, early readers will explore money and learn about bills and coins. Children will be encouraged to sort and save through vibrant images and supportive text. A helpful glossary and index assist readers in feeling engaged and eager to learn more!
Young readers are introduced to the differences between things they need and things they want in this informational book that provides examples of people earning, saving, and spending money through vivid images, straightforward text, and a supportive glossary and index.
Through vibrant, lively images in conjunction with clear, informational text, young readers learn the principles to saving and spending money. Readers are introduced to and encouraged to find the difference between what they need and what they want, and how to make wise choices based on those concepts.
Needs and wants and the difference between them can be a difficult concept for young students. Early readers will be introduced to goods and services, what makes them different, and examples of each. This title features plenty of eye-catching images and new vocabulary.
Earning money is a fun and smart thing to do! With various examples of how to earn and save money, early readers are encouraged find ways to earn money for themselves! Through vivid images and clear, informative text, children are provided with the basic concepts they will need to make choices about spending or saving money they have earned.
What did people use to buy things before money was invented? Where is money made? Find out in this inviting book that informs readers about coins, paper money, the Federal Reserve, exchange rates, and checking accounts. Featuring a timeline of money's history, detailed photos, stimulating facts, clear, informational text, and a glossary that will assist in improving vocabulary, readers will be stimulated from cover to cover.
How do architects and contractors use math and geometry to help build a house? Readers will find out in this engaging nonfiction book that features bright images and charts, informational text, and intriguing facts that will familiarize children with construction, construction equipment and materials, and blueprints.
Invite readers along on the preparations for a soccer tournament! With informational text, vibrant photos and charts, children are engaged from cover to cover while utilizing mathematic skills to increase understanding of all aspects of soccer, including sportsmanship and tournaments.
Early elementary readers find out how important lunch is in order to keep them energized throughout their busy day. Implementing a variety of mathematical skills, from addition to fractions, in conjunction with informational text, helpful charts and vivid images, children are encouraged to make healthy choices at lunch time to get the best nutrients and vitamins that their bodies need.
This photo-illustrated book for elementary readers describes jobs youngsters can do to earn money, including the benefits of a job well done and how to advertise and some tips on managing time for good work and play balance.
Lily, the librarian, has started a summer reading club. Children can follow along with the club's members to learn all about bar, line, and circle graphs, as well as concepts such as data, scale, maximum, and minimum.
T is for a Time Alphabet uses poetry and expository text to explore the concept of time, from explaining basic units of measurement to showcasing important scientific achievements. Topics include famous inventors (Albert Einstein and John Harrison) and important structures and landmarks (Kulkulkan Pyramid and Big Ben). Budding scientists will discover what world-famous stone structure is believed to be an early calendar, follow the voyages of explorer Ferdinand Magellan to better understand the International Date Line, and learn to tell time using the Zulu time system.
Level 1 guided reader that introduces young students to the concept of time while supporting the development of reading skills.
A grocery store is filled with much more than food. The aisles and shelves hold plenty of fun, too. As Justin helps his mother shop, he explores the variety of 3-D shapes all around him. As Justin can show you, there are always plenty of shapes to see!
Explores the concept of opposites using front and back as examples.
Snowflakes are everywhere - on mittens, on presents, on windows - and young readers can practice counting up to 100 by ones with this book.
Count up to 20 by ones, learning about vehicles ranging from motorcycles and school buses to hot air balloons.
Count up to 20 by twos, learning about baby farm animals along the way.
Count up to 100 by tens, learning about the sport of football along the way.
Count up to 50 by fives, learning about African animals that live on the savanna.
Learn about insects while practicing addition facts with single digit numbers.
Introduces the opposites over and under by comparing the behavior of such animals as giraffes that look out over trees and moles that dig under the ground.
Through trial and error and few humorous mistakes, a girl learns how to make her lemonade stand successful and earn enough money for the toy she wants.
Through trial and error and a few humourous mistakes, a girl learns how to take care of pets, find clients, and create a successful pet sitting business to earn enough money to buy her own pet.
Through trial and error and a few humorous mistakes, a boy learns how to do simple outside chores, get repeat customers, and create a successful yard work business to earn enough money to buy a digital music player.