Speakers have only one job. To deliver sound! Whether its your iPod, radio, or television, without speakers you wouldnt be able to hear anything. From currents, to magnets, coils and cones, and amplification and volume, all the intricate parts of a speaker are addressed to show how they make sound possible. So, put your headphones on and start listening to your favorite sounds! This book will allow students to plan and conduct investigations to provide evidence that vibrating materials can make sound and that sound can make materials vibrate.
What kind of mouse has no ears, nose, or feet? A computer mouse! This book teaches students how a mouse and a computer work together. When you move your mouse, the cursor on your screen moves, making it quicker and easier to perform tasks on your computer. All the components of a computer mouse are outlined and give a better understanding of this important and useful computer tool. And, they dont squeak or have fur! This book will allow students to make observations and/or measurements of an objects motion to provide evidence that a pattern can be used to predict future motion.
A primer of the familiar fairy-tale characters of fairy godmothers, from how they use their magical powers to those they help, plus famous stories and movies in which they have appeared.
A primer of the familiar fairy-tale characters of magical creatures, from the various forms they take to the tricks they play, plus famous stories and movies in which they have appeared.
A primer of the familiar fairy-tale characters of princes and princesses, from what they are like to whom they interact with, plus famous stories and movies in which they have appeared.
A primer of the familiar fairy-tale devices of spells and potions, from who uses them to their effects upon recipients, plus famous stories and movies in which they have appeared.
A primer of the familiar fairy-tale characters of wicked stepmothers, from what makes them scary to those they harm, plus famous stories and movies in which they have appeared.
A girl and a boy watch a stranger build a dragon in the sand. The dragon must wait for the night tide to set it free. But there is danger on the beach. As the sea crawls closer, other children come. They jump and play and the dragon begins to dissolve beneath their feet. The boy and the girl must keep the dragon safe until the sea can free him.
People shop for things they need and things they want. Before spending money, smart shoppers save, budget, and compare. This introduction to financial literacy helps us learn ways to spend wisely.
Sung to the tune of If You're Happy and You Know It, this reminds students that getting the proper amount of sleep helps their brains and bodies function as they should
Sung to the tune of The Farmer in the Dell, this book emphasizes the different food groups and how important they are for healthy teeth and bones.
Sung to the tune of Do You Know the Muffin Man?, this book stresses the importance of staying active to feel better and keep their bodies healthy.
Sung to the tune of Row, Row, Row Your Boat, this book teaches young readers about how eating, sleeping, and other things we do require us to brush and floss our teeth everyday. Also emphasizes how dental check ups are part of good oral hygiene.
Sung to the tune of Row, Row, Row your boat, this book teaches yound readers the importance of personal hygiene and keeping your hands clean
Set out for a day at the beach and learn about all the shapes you will see there. Introduces the cone, cube, sphere, pyramid, and clinder shapes. All while using one of the most popular settings.
Teaches students that you can measure weight, size, or even time. Introduces students to the measurements of inches and centimeters, all while using an animal theme that will keep them engaged while learning this important concept.
Introduces students to the concept of money from a penny to a dollar. Shows them how to make different amounts with different coins and how many coins it takes to buy something.
This book introduces students to the ones and tens place value using popsicles as a fun learning tool.
Putting things in order has never been easier for the young reader. The simple text and colorful photos make this sometimes confusing concept easy and fun at the same time
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. Uses important food groups to reinforce the concept of sorting
Native Americans are always a big topic with students. What they hunted, wore, tribal dances, and maps that show where the different tribes settled are all included in this book. Fact-filled text boxes give additional information on these unique peoples
Students will learn how these early settler's sailed the oceans to come to America for a new life. The struggles they faced and how their lives were forever changed. Maps, routes they took, and fact-filled text boxes add more information on Pilgrims and Puritans.
Midge is having a hard time organizing her list of things to do. Her friends are coming over for ice cream but her dog keeps needing more bones. When the day is through and nothing on her list is done, the friends arrive but Midge has no ice cream so she decides to take them and her dog out for ice cream.
Sierra loves to play outside on sunny days so she can play shadow tag. On a rainy day she sees a poor spider try over and over to climb up the water spout. She wishes it was sunny so the spider could have a shadow to help it climb the spout. In the end the Sun comes out and Sierra discovers the spider had made it up the spout and was weaving its beautiful web.