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.
Many technologies are made up of different parts that each perform a certain job. This basic introduction to systems will show you how all the parts work together as a group to complete a task.
Read about the different tools of technology we use throughout our day. Think about which kinds of technology you use yourself.
Enjoy reading about the changes in a rabbit as it grows from a newborn bunny to a full-grown adult.
Discover how a tiny seed grows to become a pumpkin with the help of water, sunlight, air, and soil.
Technology is the name we give to the tools that help make work easier, safer, or more fun for us to do. Learn about the basics of technology and how it improves our lives.
Read about the invention of certain tools, and how they have been improved over time to become the technology we use today.
Read about the Sun and the Moon, and how they change positions in the sky throughout the day. Find out what else can be seen in the sky.
Read about the kinds of jobs that people do as engineers, and how they use math, science, and creative thinking to solve problems.
Engineers don’t give up when they fail to solve a problem. Discover why learning from mistakes helps guide engineers to find the best solution.
Different problems need different solutions, but engineers follow the same steps to solve them. Discover the path engineers take to find new solutions or improve old ones.
Read about some of the things that engineers design, such as bridges and water systems, to improve life in our communities.
Read all about primary colors, and how they mix together to make secondary colors.
This title introduces readers to the growth of plants in spring. Simple text, engaging photos, and a photo glossary make this title the perfect introduction to the topic.
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
Readers will explore various modes of transportation. Repetitive text will help readers build fluency.
Simple text and supportive photographs will help readers build vocabulary and fluency.
Bold photos support simple text that introduces prepositions. Fun facts about skateboarding will keep readers engaged.
Explore animal habitats with accessible text and bold photographs.
Explore each season with vivid photographs and detailed sensory descriptions
Beginning readers will soar through this delightful look at kite flying.