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.
This fun little book talks about the experience of losing a tooth and the excitement of placing it under your pillow anticipating a visit from the Tooth Fairy.
When Dan and Dad go out for pizza they learn that just because it smells so good doesn't mean you should eat too much. It's much better if you share.
Packing up and moving from a small house to a big city filled with tall buildings and bustling sounds is exciting.
Get on a covered wagon and explore everything about pioneers with this book. From what they ate, wore, who they encountered and where they traveled. Text boxes filled with pioneer facts add additional information on the pioneers difficult journeys to unknown lands.
Teaching students about what a democracy is and how our country was founded on the Constitution, which protects our rights and freedoms, is the main focus in this title. Filled with Democracy Fact boxes which include information to reinforce the text.
This title talks about the five regions of the United States and is filled with colorful maps to indicate where these regions are. It also includes fun information about the climate in each region, what the people there do for fun, what they eat and what makes living there so enjoyable.
Students will learn the election process from beginning to end with this wonderful title. From what a candidate is, to where and when people vote, and how and why the election process is so important in our country.
Immigrants sailed from faraway lands to come to America for opportunity. This book includes their experiences at Ellis Island, the struggles of finding employment, and learning a new language in a strange new world.
Using animal behavior as an example, this book proves that everyone is afraid sometimes.
Cyril is shunned by other animals in the zoo because he looks so different from them. However, when winter comes Cyril's colors and stories remind them of the beauty of the natural world and that spring will soon return.
Every year Groundhog gets to eat most of the O'Leary's garden. They decide to plant a garden just for him in the hope that he will be satisfied. But Groundhog has other ideas!
A cricket, a rat, and a bat live happily in a dark cave. Each one has a unique way of navigating without light, but one day, an explorer enters the cave and brings light. Written in rhyme, this is a good beginner reader.
Ninny Nanny and Gram decide to catch a leprechaun and use his pot of gold to solve their problems. But finding the fortune is a lot of work! Told in a sweet lilting Irish brogue.
The narrator of this story idolizes his older brother. But when big brother leaves for the army, the narrator tries his best to fill big brother's shoes for his younger brother.
A modern day version of King Midas' Touch. When the gumball machine delivers a ring instead of bubble gum, Peggy can't hide her disappointment. After turning the ring round and round on her finger, a genie appears and grants her one wish for the "sweet touch."
After observing his mother use a stick to fish for termites in an anthill, a young chimpanzee learns how to do the same.
At least one sibling in each family shown in this book has a disability. And like all siblings they play, squablle, and work together to solve their differences.