This book takes students through the concepts of addition and subtraction using simple, understandable text and engaging photographs to help reinforce the concept.
This book teaches students the concept of sorting things by color, size, shape, or type. It uses important food groups to reinforce the concept of sorting.
Talks about the difference between hot and cold and introduces students to instruments that measure temperature, such as a thermometer. It also introduces the terms Fahrenheit and Celcius and what the boiling point and freezing point are.
Rhyming text teaches children about graphing using colorful photographs to help them learn this concept with a twist of fun.
Alligator decides what he will do at various times of the day. This story teaches the concept of time with a clock on each page showing what time of day each question is asked.
This is a delightfully messy story of making mud pies. Introduces some measurement tools such as rulers and yardsticks.
Provides the history of American coins and bills and shows how they have changed over time.
Discusses how money was used throughout history.
Teaches the concept of the days of the week using predictable text and matching photos.
The months of the year are taught through engaging text and photos that symbolize each month.
Big and little are used as examples for this basic concept book about opposites.
Opposites are taught through examples such as open and closed.
Simple sentences define a cone. Many examples of cones are provided for the emergent reader.
The concept of the cube is defined through interesting text and photos displaying how cubes can be found throughout our world.
The sphere is the topic of this basic concept book. Photos showing spheres in the real world reinforce the information.
Explores economics and provides real world examples and applications.
Explores how different money is used in different parts of the world.
Take an in depth look at mathematics in this science encyclopedia.