The My Dinosaur Adventure series introduces early readers to the coolest creatures in history. In this book, meet a Brachiosaurus and learn about how they use their long neck. Through simple sentences, early readers will develop word recognition and improve their reading skills. Includes a table of contents, glossary, index, and author biography.
After reading “Will it Float?,” young readers will understand why air allows some objects to float—even enormous objects, such as ships.
All beginning readers should practice their nonfiction vocabulary skills for real world learning. This series of word books builds on science vocabulary and ideal for emergent and early readers.
Kids learn early that snow and winter are cold. This title helps beginning read and learn about things we can do during winter.
Word books give beginning readers chance to see real life words and a head start in science.
A first look at the tools young scientists can use to explore the world around them.
All beginning readers should practice their nonfiction vocabulary skills. This series of word books builds on science vocabulary and ideal for emergent and early readers.
Low level book describing 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 opaque materials. What causes shadows and what happens when you shine light on a mirror.
Students may not realize it but they use models everyday. Students understand how models help humans visually represent something.
This book challenges young readers to look beyond Earth and consider the billions of objects that share our universe.
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.
Hearing is one of our five scenses. Sound helps us identify things around us and helps us learn. Learn how sound travels in waves and we hear different pitches of sound
Children explore our world as they touch, taste, and change the matter that surrounds us.
Focus on a small garden - planting a seed, understanding that it grows and we take something from it.
We all need to learn our colors. Young children will delight in this colorful book about green objects all around us. See our other color titles to make an important beginning reader collection.
Young readers are introduced to some of the plants and animals in a forest habitat. They are encouraged to learn more about food chains in a forest and to draw one of their own.
Deserts are amazing ecosystems and ecosystems are an intrigal part of STEM. Deserts may have very little water, but they are home to many plants and animals. Young children are introduced to one desert food chain and are encouraged to learn more and draw a food chain of their own. Also see Food Chains In The Forest to help round out this topic.
A great title for an early reader, this book builds vocabulary around an important science subject. This nonfiction book teaches ecosystems at a beginning level. Works great science test prep for the struggling learner.
An introduction to simple nonfiction words that get first readers acquainted with science content words and definitions. Excellent visual support for every word introduced.
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.
We all learn our colors. This book helps pre-readers get a head start on an important, primary color, blue. Children will delight in this colorful book about blue objects all around us. Simple sentences and colorful photos help us understand what object are blue.
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.
This fascinating book explains that some animals must learn the basics of staying alive from their mothers, while others know how to survive without being taught. Students will discover how some bird and mammal mothers teach their babies how to find food and keep safe from predators. Readers will also learn about other animal skills such as finding their way over great distances. People need help from navigation instruments, radar, or maps. Animals use cues such as the sun, stars, or Earth’s magnetic field when they are swimming or flying. This book asks students to look at the skills of animals and compare them to their knowledge and ways of learning.
Read about the things that change outdoors with the season, including the hours of sunlight and the temperature.