Engaging art and simple sentences explain to young learners what to wear during the day. If it’s raining outside make sure to grab an umbrella along with your raincoat and boots. For swimming fun, a bathing suit and towel are needed. There are so many different kinds of clothes: shirts, pants, dresses, raincoats, sandals and much more!
What is your favorite day of the week: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday? In this book, something important happens each day, but Saturday is the day to play!
People all over the world trade and buy from each other! This nonfiction book will teach young readers the various services and goods that countries around the world provide. Readers will also be exposed to the different forms of money, such as yen and pesos, and the difference between wants and needs. Colorful images, supporting text, a glossary, table of contents, and index all work together to help readers better understand the content and be fully engaged from cover to cover.
Young readers will learn how trading and buying goods and services is beneficial to many people. Readers will also learn to understand the differences between wants and needs. This title features vibrant images, informational text, and an accompanying glossary, table of contents, and index to aid in further understanding of the content.
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.
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.
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.
Readers learn the value of a quarter - and the benefit of earning money - in this endearing informational story.
How many toy friends is just enough at bedtime? Little Panda is going to find out!
Where are we going? Not around or over, but through and across until we find a BIG surprise! Not only is this delightful story (based on the song, We’re Going on a Bear Hunt) full of fun and cool sound effects, it also teaches children basic concepts and prepositions.
This title features plural words and idiomatic expressions. It explores the difference between real and pretend and engages young children in selecting appropriate clothing for wet weather.
In this book, kids encounter the words “stop” and “go” in many settings. A teacher says, “Go!” to children ready to race. A mother says, “Stop!” to her son as he jumps on his bed.
Introduces readers to the concept of opposites through the pairing of happy and sad. Simple text, straightforward photos, and a photo glossary make this title the perfect primer on a common pair of opposites.
Introduces readers to the concept of opposites through the pairing of clean and dirty. Simple text, straightforward photos, and a photo glossary make this title the perfect primer on a common pair of opposites.
In Let's Learn Opposites, emergent readers learn the difference between opposites, such as wet and dry, hot and cold, and light and dark. Carefully crafted text uses high-frequency words, repetitive sentence patterns, and strong visual references to support emergent readers, ensuring reading success by making sure they aren't facing too many challenges at once. Let's Learn Opposites includes tools for teachers and caregivers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index. A Let's Review! feature poses an image and question for further comprehension.
In Let's Learn Directions, emergent readers learn the difference between directions, such as up and down, left and right, and above and below. Carefully crafted text uses high-frequency words, repetitive sentence patterns, and strong visual references to support emergent readers, ensuring reading success by making sure they aren't facing too many challenges at once. Let's Learn Directions includes tools for teachers and caregivers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index. A Let's Review! feature poses an image and question for further comprehension.
This is a charming book about opposites, featuring a pair of lovable twins who are double the trouble and double the fun.
Max and Sarah Build a Snowman teaches numbers and counting within the context of the familiar hide-and-seek game.
“Sing Through The Year” is perfect to teach young learners the months of the year. From January through December, each month is adorably illustrated with favorite holidays and cute objects that represent each month. This easy-to-read book will reinforce early childhood skills in a fun way!
Kitten is very silly. Kitten is very, very silly. When the kitten plays with yarn, it is very, very, very silly. Explore comparison words like near, far, in front of, behind and more in this opposite book featuring a kitten and a ball of yarn. Beginning readers will build confidence in this simple book featuring 17 sight words.
Some animals at the zoo make loud noises and some are quiet.
What will five little trick-or-treaters do this Halloween night? Venture out and share a friendly fright! Young readers will learn ordinal numbers as they follow five costumed children on a trick-or-treating adventure. Rhyming text, simple sentences, and engaging art will have young learners reading along in no time. Titles in the Halloween Fun Series include: Kids Halloween Party, Gruesome Grub Halloween Party, When I Go Trick-Or-Treating, and Five Trick-or-Treaters.
This counting story highlights objects found around the lake during a canoe ride.