Can you push things? Can you pull things? Can you lift things? You can! You can move things.
The sound of a whisper is soft. The sound of a shout is loud. Read this book about many different sounds.
Do all plants live on land? Plants live in many different places. Read about where plants live
Solids, liquids, and gases are all around you! In this book, you'll see the states of matter at parties!
Solids are all around. Solids can be made of many materials. Can you spot a solid?
Meet animals that live in the rain forest. Find out what they like to eat and how they get their food.
How much do you know about animals? In this book, the animals give you clues and you guess who they are.
When the seasons change, there are new activities to try. Learn what you can do in winter, spring, summer, and fall.
A powerful wind can be good or bad. Do you like the wind?
What kinds of animals live at a pond? Learn about this amazing habitat.
Do you like to sled? Have you ever skated on ice? Read about things people can do on a cold winter day.
Everywhere you go, there are things to explore in nature. What do you think you'll see?
Explore the world of motion. Read about many things that move.
What things go up in the air? Read this book to find out.
There are many different kinds of birds. How many birds have you seen?
Plants grow in the garden. What plants grow from seeds?
See where the people go up. See where they go down.
People live in different types of homes. What type of home do you live in?
People have different types of pets. Do you have a pet?
What's the weather like today? Just look outside and see.
People can see many things in the sky. What can you see when you look at the sky?
People can see many things at the seashore. What will we discover there today?
There are many nice things in Spring. What is your favorite part of Spring?
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.
Why are ravens black? Why do screech owl eyes look red in light? How did we get fire? You'll find the answers to those questions in this retelling of a Cherokee "pour quoi" folktale. The earth was cold and dark but the animals could see fire coming from the tree on the island. They tried to fly or swim to the island to bring back the fire heat and light. What happened to some of the animals? Which animal brought it back and how?