Proper manners are as important online as they are offline. Combining text, images, drawings with hands on activities, this book helps students learn proper online etiquette and safety.
A helpful guide for understanding the mathematical concepts and real-world applications of measurements, including classroom tips, common terms such as volume, and exercises to encourage hands-on practice.
Political maps are often the first kind of maps children learn about. These maps identify the boundaries of countries, states or provinces, and cities, as well as such physical features as lakes and oceans. Detailed, up-to-date maps and clearly written text help readers understand how to use political maps to solve problems.
Take a globe for spin or explore the pages in an atlas these resources can provide a wealth of information about our world. This appealing title takes a visual approach to geographical inquiry. Readers learn about the history of globes and atlases and how they are created. Practical, hands-on activities help readers learn to use these important resources.
Do you want to know what the weather is like in different parts of the world? Climate maps can help. In this book, readers will learn to read climate maps to discover different climate zones, microclimates, and the average temperature and precipitation levels of places around the world. They will also identify the features that characterize climate maps and how these maps can be used to track climate change.
Maps can show more than just cities - they can also show you what the landscape looks like in different areas. Physical maps use colors and symbols to identify landscape features like forests, plains, valleys, deserts, mountains, and bodies of water. Full-color maps and accessible text help readers understand the specific features of physical maps.
An instructional guide created for youngsters tells them what they need to know to begin podcasting. It includes text and hands on activities designed to educate and entertain young readers.
This books helps students learn how to harness the power of video to inform and entertain. Includes background information and practical hands on activities.
An instructional guide created for youngsters tells them what they need to know to capture and share those special events digitally.
Learn what goes into a quality science project and discover some tips for conducting experiments.
Research project and fun science experiments are shown in this science encyclopedia.
A fun and interesting overview of the living conditions for astronauts in space. This book is at a reading level of 3.6 with a word count of 1121.
A book on the incredible life and work of Jane Goodall. Reads at a level of 3.9 with a word count of 1298.
Muscles help us lift, push, pull, and move. Eager readers will explore the different kinds of muscles, how their muscles work, and how to take care of them. Blastoff! Series
With bright, vibrant colors and amazing photography, these six 64-page visually stunning books invite students to explore and discover the world of science. Key facts and terms are described on each page. Factoscope boxes highlight important points of text. Colorful photographs are labeled for easy identification.
This book focuses on the scientific method, explaining the step-by-step process scientists use for solving science problems.
This book provides detailed instructions, helpful hints, and design information on how to make your science fair project a success.
This fun book teaches children concepts, or big ideas, about butterflies, including metamorphosis, migration, symmetry, and pollination. Children are encouraged to draw their own butterflies, take photographs, or find butterfly photos on the Internet. The text styles taught in this book include informational text, using headings and different fonts, boxed info, and creative writing.