An introduction to simple nonfiction words that get first readers acquainted with science content words and definitions. Excellent visual support for every word introduced.
From a reptile that looks like Spider Man to lizards that squirt blood from their eyes, this collection of weird and creepy reptiles is sure to engage the most reluctant reader—and bring to light important science information too!
Skeletons can look a little creepy, but this book will explain why people need them. Why some animals don't and why there are a lot of things we could not do if we did not have a skeleton.
Stomp through a world of the scariest, largest creatures that walked prehistoric Earth. Learn how paleontologists—dinosaur detectives—uncover the important clues that have revealed what we know about these terrifying animals.
Readers will see what it takes to move dirt and rock, lift heavy materials, and to build smooth roads for travel. This photo-packed book about construction machines helps students understand that vehicles can be tools.
Big trucks carry every kind of product across the country. This book of big trucks will keep kids interested as they learn more of what they see on the roads.
Any child that like trucks and machines will lve reading and looking at this title. A fun read thats engages the child and holds their attention with amazing photos; Big farm tractors
Living in a city prevents some children from seeing our farms. This book brings some of the big machines used every day on farms. A fun way for kids to learn how big farm machines get the work done while building literacy skills.
An introductory book that presents the four seasons of the year in a simple, fun rhyming way. Great photos and illustrations.
Learn about sound and sound waves, vibrations and how they effect pitch. The perfect book for introducing kids to sound.
A fun and informative book about keeping your body clean and germ-free. Great photos and illustrations.
Explore our solar system. Find out about all the planets and their position in relation to the Sun.
Reptiles come in all shapes and sizes. Close-up photos and intriguing clues prompt readers to guess what kind of reptile will be revealed on the following page. Students can find out more about each reptileand what exactly a reptile isat the end of each book.
Birds come in all shapes and sizes. Close-up photos and intriguing clues prompt readers to guess what kind of bird will be revealed on the following page. Students can find out more about each birdand what exactly a bird isat the end of the book.
Bugs come in all shapes and sizes. Close-up photos and intriguing clues prompt readers to guess what kind of bug will be revealed on the following page. Students can find out more about each bug at the end of the book.
Want to get close to a shark? Flip through pages of shark facts and full-spread photos - it's a book you can really sink your teeth into!
All the stats and facts you need to know about the Sun - the only star in our solar system. Find out what it is made of and why we need it to survive.
Learn about the basic patterns of the sun and moon, and what causes day and night.
Big machines used in this book to explore force and motion. Important science words like push, pull, machines, and force highlighted in sidebars throughout.
Find out what planet Earth is made of, where it is in our solar system, and why it is the only planet we know of that can sustain life.
Find out why Pluto was renamed a dwarf planet, where it is in the solar system and some of what we know from the New Horizons Mission.
All about magnets - from their different shapes to the concept of repel and attract.
Find out how water moves, how it can be a solid, liquid, or gas. Find out how Earth can use the same water over again in the water cycle.
Introduce your students to the diverse culture of animals that live in the oceans of the world. Many animals are identified.
Students learn that insects come in all shapes and sizes. Some fly, some crawl, some hop, but they all have certain things in common. The perfect tool for young elementary classrooms.