In Spanish - seeing is one of our 5 senses and we need light to see. This book explains in simple terms how light shines on objects allowing our eyes to see and send messages to our brain about the world around us.
In Spanish - explore our world by touching, tasting, and changing the matter that surrounds us.
In Spanish - give beginning readers a chance to see real life words and help them get a head start in science.
In Spanish - a first look at the tools young scientists can use to explore the world around them.
In Spanish - how do big construction machines do their job? Young readers will see that they use the force of push and pull to get the work done.
In Spanish - we don’t realize it but we use models everyday. Students will learn about how models help us visually represent something.
In Spanish - after reading “Will it Float,” readers will be able to understand that some objects with air pockets will float and will be able to compare them to other objects that will sink.
In Spanish - describes what light is, how objects can only be seen with light or if they give off their own light, how light can shine through transparent and translucent materials but not through opaque ones, what causes shadows, and what happens when you shine light on a mirror.
In Spanish - practice nonfiction vocabulary skills with this series of word books building on science vocabulary. Ideal for emergent and early readers.
In Spanish - learn about telescopes and other tools used to explore space.
Engaging illustrations encourage readers to predict the animal each skeleton belongs to.
Raise children's awareness of the importance of trees to nature and our lives. This book points out the food we receive from trees and opens the door to learnin
Snowflakes fall in this enchanting beginning reader that builds fluency and vocabulary skills.
Explore animal habitats with accessible text and bold photographs.
Launch a discussion about clothing words as students watch an astronaut prepare for space.
Readers will explore various modes of transportation. Repetitive text will help readers build fluency.
Beginning readers will soar through this delightful look at kite flying.
Domestic and wild cats may be different, but they have a lot in common.
What happens to leaves in the fall? Readers will discover the possibilities with vivid photos and accessible text.
Simple text explores the many colors and varieties of flowers.
Explore each season with vivid photographs and detailed sensory descriptions
Readers will enjoy learning about different kinds of trucks and each of their roles in building a house.
Descriptive words and repetitive text will help readers build fluency and vocabulary.
Waves don’t just happen in the ocean. Billions of sound waves move through the air every second. My Physical Science Library: Sound Moves teaches young readers about sound waves and how we send and receive them in order to communicate, make music, and so much more. The My Physical Science Library collection introduces a variety of science topics for early learners based on physical science NGSS standards. From motion to energy supplied by the sun, these books present complicated information in easy-to-understand language and provide kid-friendly examples. Each book includes an activity that supports further comprehension
Each day, you encounter solids, liquids, and gases. How can you tell which substance is which? My Physical Science Library: Solids, Liquids, and Gases teaches young readers how to describe and classify materials based on observable properties such as color, texture, size, and shape. The My Physical Science Library collection introduces a variety of science topics for early learners based on physical science NGSS standards. From motion to energy supplied by the sun, these books present complicated information in easy-to-understand language and provide kid-friendly examples. Each book includes an activity that supports further comprehension