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.
Introduces synonyms for clean by comparing tidy, neat, spotless, and sparkling items in a child’s bedroom.
Introduces synonyms for cold by detailing fun activities to do in cool, chilly, crisp, and frigid weather.
Introduces synonyms for dirty by detailing the messy, sloppy, and filthy animals at the zoo.
Introduces synonyms for hot by detailing a day at the beach with a blazing sun and scorching hot sand.
Introduces synonyms for small by detailing the sizes of familiar foods, such as baby carrots, miniature marshmallows, and tiny peas in a pod.
Young readers read about a pet pig, Zig, who loves to dig while learning new words in the –ig word family.
Young readers follow the trials of a young crow growing while learning new words in the –ow word family.
Young readers follow a bird trying to nab a crab while learning new words in the
Young readers follow a fun story of a family out fishing for trout while learning new words in the –out word family.
Young readers read about a farmer who tries to get his sheep to sleep while learning new words in the –eep word family.
Young readers follow the silly adventures of Nat the cat while learning new words in the –at word family.
Introduces synonyms for big by comparing large, huge, massive, and enormous sea animals.
An older child walks home from school with a younger child and teaches him which strangers are safe to ask for help and which aren't.
A young child teaches her toys, dolls, and action figures the water safety rules she has learned.
Meet a girl and her younger sister Kit, who never seems to quit, while learning words in the –it word family.
Read about Kay, a young girl who wants her friend to stay and play, while learning words in the –ay word family.
Eve and Grace find homophones on a farm, such as the sight of a horse’s braid and the sound of a donkey that brayed.
A fun zoo theme introduces young readers to sets of three homophones, such as to, too, and two, and bye, by, and buy.
A fun counting theme introduces young readers to the concept of homophones.
New readers are introduced to homophones found in nature.