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.
Arjun, Nora, and Ping use conjunctions to join up parts of their sentences while they make pizza. Will they have anchovies or jalapeños? Includes a grammar review page.
Scarlett, Ping, Bernard, and William use prepositions as they play hide-and-seek at the farm. Scarlett finds everyone, but there is a noise in the loft. Who is up there? Includes a grammar review page.
William and Ping use pronouns as they get ready for Bernard's surprise birthday party. Someone ate the cake! But who ate it? They need to find out! Includes a grammar review page.
Scarlett uses adjectives to describe the animal she sees to Arjun and William as they take a walk through the woods. Just how big is that animal? Includes a grammar review page.
Nora, William, and Arjun use adverbs to describe their actions while getting a boat ride from Arjuns dad. How fast can the boat go? Includes a grammar review page.
Scarlett, Nora, and Bernard use interjections while they learn about spiders after one bites Scarlett. Ouch! Includes a grammar review page.
Ping uses verbs to explain to William what the bear outside Bernards cabin is doing. Readers learn the different jobs of verbs in a sentence. Includes a grammar review page.
Scarlett, Ping, and Arjun have fun with nouns as they play outside on a snow day. They use nouns to tell about the people, places, and things in their sentences. Includes a grammar review page.
Snowflakes are everywhereon mittens, on presents, on windowsand 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.
Describes the forces of push and pull using everyday objects such as strollers and wagons. Includes experiments.
Simply describes the forces of friction and other physics concepts using common toys such as bicycles and yo-yos. Includes experiments.
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.
Through trial and error and a few humorous mistakes, a boy learns how to wash cars, find customers, and create a successful car wash business to earn enough money to buy a new skateboard.
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.
A young boy learns to tell time on digital and analog clocks as he impatiently waits for a friend to come over to play.
Aiden helps his little brother Mason make change at a yard sale so that he can buy a new video game, which they will then share.
A class is learning a lesson on making graphs and interpreting data, and the class clown, Logan, has some off-the-wall answers to his classmates' surveys.
Kids in a classroom practice measuring favorite objects they brought from home using different units of measurement and comparing the objects.