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?
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?
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.
Use information about the Main Street animal shelter to practice graphing! This title introduces young readers to bar graphs, pictographs, and related early STEM concepts. Vivid, familiar images, clear tallies, and simple mathematical diagrams help children understand graphs and encourage them to create their own!
The city is a big and busy place with a lot of people and places to eat and shop. Discover the many ways subtraction is used every day in the city. Apply your knowledge of subtraction for each item you buy, such as a t-shirt or a hotdog.
Practice nonstandard measurement at the community center! A rock climbing wall is the same height as eight children! A tennis racket is the same length as three ping pong paddles! This fun title uses vivid images, simple practice questions, and helpful mathematical diagrams to keep young readers engaged while helping them better understand nonstandard measurement and early STEM concepts.
Join the children in this book on a trip to the dentist.Going to the dentist can be fun, especially if you use addition to help you find answers to questions like these: How many teeth do you have? How many times should you floss your teeth each week? Make your next trip to the dentist an adventure with addition.
This engaging title shows children two-dimensional shapes typically found in a school. Find circles, triangles, rectangles, and squares! Young readers will also be introduced to the concept of equality through early STEM concepts by adding triangles into a square. This book encourages readers to think about geometry at their own schools, making finding shapes fun and easy with familiar images, engaging practice problems, and helpful mathematical diagrams.
Follow the story of two pen pals to learn about time measurement and the months of the year! This charming title teaches children about time, analog and digital clocks, and early STEM themes by telling the story of what happened to these two pen pals during each month of the year. Make time measurement fun and easy with vibrant images, practice problems, and this exciting story!
Take a shopping trip in the city to learn about subtraction! This exciting title takes young readers on a journey through many different shops to teach them subtraction and early STEM themes through budgeting practice. Practical examples of subtraction, with the help of vivid images and charts, will make subtraction fun, easy, and relatable for children.
Practice finding patterns while learning about music around the world! Many different musical instruments use patterns to make different sounds into rhythms, such as tambourines, drums, and flutes. This charming text uses vibrant images, engaging practice questions, and helpful mathematical diagrams to help young readers understand patterns and early STEM themes. Children will have fun discovering patterns that these instruments make and learning how to make patterns of their own with homemade instruments!
Find shapes all around the globe! This book takes young readers to various cities around the world to encourage them to practice geometry through early STEM themes and find two-dimensional shapes everywhere they go. Go to Paris to find circles in clocks! Go to Chicago to find rectangles in skyscrapers! Children will find these, triangles, parallel lines, and more in this engaging reader.
Follow a day in the life of two children from different cities! This entertaining title encourages young readers to practice time measurement skills and early STEM themes, like reading analog and digital clocks. Familiar images and fun practice problems will have young readers thinking about how they can measure time throughout a day in their own lives!
Learn about addition while taking a trip to the dentist! In this charming reader, children will practice addition skills, using early STEM themes, while learning about dental hygiene. Interesting images, helpful mathematical diagrams, and engaging practice problems will encourage young readers to practice their addition skills anywhere--even at a dental visit!
Sports offer opportunities for readers to learn and apply concepts and principles related to force and motion. Readers learn how science plays a critical factor in any athlete's quest to be the best at his or her sport. They read how mass is related to acceleration and velocity. Physics and aerodynamics affect many sports and help athletes strategize their next moves against their opponents. This book covers a variety of interesting sports suitable for the casual to the most fanatic sporting enthusiast.
Readers learn about the different areas of the United States in this stimulating nonfiction title. Featuring vividly colored examples of various maps, including physical, political, and thematic, this book will have readers engaged and inspired to learn more about the different parts of the U.S. and to create a map of their own!
People all over the world trade and buy from each other! This nonfiction book will teach young readers the various services and goods that countries around the world provide. Readers will also be exposed to the different forms of money, such as yen and pesos, and the difference between wants and needs. Colorful images, supporting text, a glossary, table of contents, and index all work together to help readers better understand the content and be fully engaged from cover to cover.
America is a country that is filled with many immigrants. In this fascinating book, readers will learn some of the many reasons immigrants choose to become American citizens. The glossary, index, and table of contents help readers better understand the content as they make their way through this inspiring book.
What kinds of jobs are there to do at school? Early readers will learn a few of them as they move through this delightful title that uses informational text, vivid images, and a helpful glossary and index to engage and encourage them to share what jobs they do at school!
There are many jobs to do around the house! Readers will be stimulated by the engaging photos, large text, and an accompanying glossary and index.
School rules help us learn and stay safe. Early readers are shown examples of classroom rules through supportive text, vivid images, and a glossary and index. This book will have children engaged and encourages them to share what rules they have in their school.
The Statue of Liberty stands tall as a symbol of freedom. Early readers are introduced to the Statue of Liberty through a brief history told through simple text, stunning images, and a helpful glossary and index.
School has always been an important part of children's lives! In this engaging nonfiction title that includes a glossary and index, early readers are encouraged to use the detailed images and simple text to observe and discuss the similarities and differences between school in the past and school in the present.
Many people help out their communities in various ways with various jobs. From police officers to dentists, mail carriers to teachers--everyone has an important role! With examples from both past and present and many engaging images and easy-to-read text, readers will be thoroughly emersed from cover to cover!
It's important to know how to get around school! In this informative title, early readers learn the basics of mapping out school--from where it is located in the neighborhood to the position of items in the classroom. Children are encouraged to map out their own classroom with helpful ideas for a creative and engaging activity.