Who can examine a patient, prescribe medicine, and help you feel better when you are sick? A doctor! With Community Helpers: Doctor, readers will find out how these helpers make the community a better place. Through vivid photos and examples, this book explains how doctors contribute to the well-being of a community. The Community Helpers collection introduces young readers to a variety of important people within the community. Using kid-friendly language, students will learn about what these helpers do and how they improve the lives of others. Each book includes simple activities for home or the classroom that support the reader's understanding of the main topic.
In My Friend Uses a Wheelchair, beginning readers are introduced to different characters who use wheelchairs, how using a wheelchair may affect their actions, and how we can be good friends to people who use wheelchairs. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text engage young readers as they discover how to empathetic and include all kinds of friends. A diagram shows different parts of a wheelchair, while a picture glossary reinforces new vocabulary. Children can learn more about being a good friend online using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. My Friend Uses a Wheelchair also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, and an index.
School has never been so exciting! Kid-friendly photographs and comprehensive diagrams teach young readers various signs for objects around the classroom.
Little readers will learn all about what librarians do, where they work, and why they are important in our communities. Very simple text combined with correlating and colorful images will both inform and strengthen reading skills. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards.
This is a story about two cousins who live in different places. They do many of the same things, but they do them at different times of the day. Learn how to tell time using different clocks as you follow them through their daily activities. What is your favorite time of the day?
Get to know two pen pals who live in different parts of the world. It is fun for them to write back and forth. They do different things at different times of the day and year. They tell each other about the events and traditions that take place during each month of the year. Do you know anyone who lives far away? What do you think they are doing right now?
El autobús escolar está yendo al zoológico. En el camino, pasará por muchos lugares. ¿Qué lugares puedes ver? ¿Cuál es tu favorito?
See all the different classes. Sing with the students. How about counting from 1 to 10? Learning is so much fun.
Wally y Molly van a divertirse a la playa. Molly se pone protector solar, pero Wally piensa que no lo necesita. Descubre lo que le sucede a Wally y por qué debería haber seguido el consejo de Molly. Libro de la serie: Ayudo a mis amigos.
En cuanto el sol empieza a ponerse, los animales del ártico se preparan para el oscuro y frío invierno. Tuktuk, el lemino, está casi listo para pasar la larga noche invernal—todo lo que él necesita es pelaje caliente para revestir su nido. Cuando una kamik afelpada resbala fuera del trineo de un conductor Inuit, ¡TukTuk está de suerte! Pero, mientras la arrastra hacia su hogar, Putak el oso polar, Aput la zorra del ártico, y y Masak la caribú, observan el premio de este pequeño lemino y se lo quieren quitar. Tuktuk piensa rapido, pero ¿podrá él ser más inteligente que los otros animales y convencerlos que una kamik afelpada no es buena para nigún animal que sea más grande que un lemino?
In State Capitol, emergent readers join a group of students as they enjoy a trip to the state capitol. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text engage young readers as they learn about how laws are made meet some of the people who help make them. A labeled diagram shows readers different rooms in the capitol, while a picture glossary reinforces new vocabulary. Children can learn more about what happens at the state capitol using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. State Capitol also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, and an index.
A community center has many exciting activities to choose from. You can play games, swim, and even learn how to cook there. As you read, you can compare the size of a tennis racket to a ping pong racket, use cubes to measure the world's smallest snake, and even use feet to measure the length of a basketball court. What would you use to measure a snake?
Have you ever wondered how long a giraffe's tongue is? To find the answer to this question and many more, join the family in this book on a trip to the zoo. Use objects like cubes and scales to measure how tall, short, big, or small the animals at the zoo.
Do you enjoy listening to music? Do you know that there is a pattern to music and the instruments we use to make music? Tapping and clapping are movements that can form a pattern. For example, tap, tap, clap, tap, tap, clap. Can you find a pattern with your favorite instrument?
Circles, rectangles, triangles, and squares-these shapes are everywhere! You can even find them at school. Join the students in this book as they discover the many shapes both inside and outside their school. What shapes are in your classroom?
Get ready for a trip around the world to find the many different shapes that surround you. You can find shapes in the places you go, games you play, and even the food you eat. In fact, shapes are everywhere! Can you find them?
Learn about geometry right at home! This engaging, Spanish-translated title uses examples of household items like doors, napkins, and windows to help young readers recognize shapes like circles, triangles, and rectangles. These familiar images work in conjunction with engaging "You Try It!" problems and a helpful glossary to better children's understanding of geometry and early STEM concepts.
Learn geometry by taking a trip around town! This Spanish-translated, engaging title uses examples of town life to help young readers recognize basic shapes like circles, triangles, and rectangles. Vivid, familiar images of city life, engaging "You Try It!" problems, and a helpful glossary allow children to discover geometry all around them and improve their understanding of early STEM themes.
Learn the basics of nonstandard measurement at school! This book has been translated into Spanish and shows young readers that they can measure the length, width, and weight of all kinds of school supplies with nonstandard measurements. A flute is six cubes long! A desk is four hands wide! A ball weighs five blocks! These fun measurement examples, along with engaging "You Try It!" problems, will encourage children to practice measuring their own school supplies and will improve their understanding of early STEM themes.
Learn the basics of nonstandard measurement after school! This book has been translated into Spanish and shows young readers that they can measure all sorts of after school activities with nonstandard measurements. A violin is five hands long! A piano is six shoes tall! These fun measurement examples, along with engaging "You Try It!" problems, will encourage children to measure their after school activities and will improve their understanding of early STEM concepts.
Learn basic subtraction at the snack shop! This charming, Spanish-translated title uses familiar examples of children buying snacks at a snack shop to make learning subtraction and number operations easy and fun! If there were four lollipops, but a girl bought three, then one lollipop is left! With the help of practical examples, vivid images, mathematical diagrams, and engaging "You Try It!" problems, children will improve their subtraction skills and their understanding of early STEM themes.
Count the exciting plants and animals found in a garden! This engaging title has been translated into Spanish and helps young readers count, compare numbers, and understand early STEM themes through familiar, engaging images and helpful charts. Children will practice comparing numbers by counting plants and animals, then determining if those numbers are more than, less than, or equal to other numbers. This title features engaging "You Try It!" problems to encourage readers to practice these new skills!
Practice addition while having fun in the sun! This charming, Spanish-translated title uses examples of outdoor activities to help children learn addition, number operations, and early STEM themes. Vivid, familiar images, mathematical diagrams, and engaging "You Try It!" problems make addition simple and fun for young readers. Add one slide and two slides to get three slides! Add kites, shells, pinwheels, and more!
Find out how many pets there are at the pet shop! This charming, Spanish-translated title helps young readers recognize numbers, practice counting to 20, and understand early STEM themes through vivid photos of familiar animals and helpful mathematical charts. Children will be encouraged and excited to practice their skills with the featured "You Try It!" problems!
Practice addition at the playground! This fun title, that has been translated into Spanish, uses examples from all around the playground to help children practice their addition and understand early STEM themes. Add up two blue swings and three red swings to get five swings! Add slides, rings, jump ropes, basketballs, and more! These familiar images work in conjunction with engaging "You Try It!" problems to encourage young readers to practice and improve their addition skills.