In Let’s Learn Colors, emergent readers learn to spot and identify colors while also learning popular kinds of insects. Carefully crafted text uses high-frequency words, repetitive sentence patterns, and strong visual references to support emergent readers, ensuring reading success by making sure they aren’t facing too many challenges at once. Let’s Learn Colors includes tools for teachers and caregivers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index. A Let’s Review! feature poses an image and question for further comprehension.
Simple text and repetition of the vowel blend 'ue' help readers learn how to use this sound. Also included are a word list for review, a note to parents and educators, and an introduction to the author.
Shares the story of a child identifying yellow things. Readers will observe with the child, pointing out a school bus, flowers and more. This story helps readers learn the words I, see, and yellow. Bright pictures provide visual cues to help the reader. Additional features include a word list, an introduction to the author, and a letter to caregivers and educators.
One yellow ribbon unties itself from a child's hair and transforms into a winter scarf, a farmer's field and a lion's mane, among many other magical things, in this delightful board book by celebrated pa-per artist Marthe Jocelyn. Jocelyn's paper collages in this wordless search-and-find adventure will encourage little ones to look closely at the world around them and explore what they see.
One patch of denim escapes from a pair of pants and becomes a stained-glass window, an ice-cream truck, a Ferris wheel, a fish tank and many other square surprises in this delightful board book by celebrated paper artist Marthe Jocelyn. Jocelyn's paper collages in this wordless search-and-find adventure will encourage little ones to look closely at the world around them and explore what they see.
This poem presents five shapes who have a picnic lunch with treats to match. But where is Circle?
Light and Dark helps emergent readers understand and differentiate between these opposites while providing them with a supportive first nonfiction reading experience. Carefully crafted text uses high-frequency words, repetitive sentence patterns, and strong visual references to support emergent readers, ensuring reading success by making sure they aren’t facing too many challenges at once. Light and Dark includes tools for teachers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index.
Within the pages of this wordless title, a frightened mouse looks for an escape route and turns empty sheets of paper into a convenient mode of watery transportation.
Aprenda los colores del arco iris siguiendo un texto lírico. (Learn the colors of the rainbow through the lyrical, rhyming text!) “I’ve learned my colors: green, red, and blue, yellow, purple, orange, and now I’m through.” From shiny red apples, to purple violets and yellow bumblebees, the high-quality pictures will have children learning colors quickly. Learn simple English words and phrases with the corresponding version Green, Green Froggy.
Introduces readers to the letters of the alphabet through simple text, photographs, and matching activities. Additional features to aid comprehension include a phonetic glossary, an index, an answer key, sources for further research, and an introduction to the author.
Beginning readers learn to recognize shapes such as circles, squares, and rectangles in this nonfiction reader that features simple text and bright, vivid images.
Beginning readers are introduced to primary colors with this colorful nonfiction book featuring basic concepts. This title features vivid pictures of familiar objects in bright colors including red, yellow, blue, and green to encourage readers to recognize colors in the world around them.
In this basic concept nonfiction book, bright photos and simple, informational text encourage beginning readers to compare sizes to find what's big and little in their world!
Introduces the opposites big and small by comparing such animals as big blue whales and small hermit crabs.
Introduces the opposites near and far by comparing the behavior of such animals as fox pups that stay near dens and butterflies that migrate far south.
Introduces the opposites up and down by comparing the behavior of such animals as eagles up in the air and fish down in the sea.
Introduces synonyms for big by comparing large, huge, massive, and enormous sea animals.
Look out! Mina's pet Deinonychuses have spilled the paint! Kids will love this simple book that uses dinosaurs to mix colors in order to create new colors.
Intriguing collage illustrations frame this timeless story of a young child who questions the significance of color. Speaking in verse, the child wonders if the natural world believes any particular color to be more important than another. Does the rain think I'm a color when it falls on my head? I wonder if the clouds think I'm a color... maybe they think I'm green or blue or red. The child comes to see the importance of a world filled with and accepting of all colors. Do I have to choose one color? I want to be them all - black, blue, purple, brown, pink, orange, yellow, red, white, and green. The whole world is full of colors - just like me.
Octavia Octopus and her sea-animal friends love playing camouflage games to practice how they would hide from a "big, hungry creature." Octavia, however, just cannot seem to get her colors right when she tries to shoot her purple ink cloud. What happens when the big, hungry shark shows up looking for his dinner? This creative book introduces basic colors along with the camouflage techniques of various sea animals - a great introduction to marine biology! The "For Creative Minds" educational section includes fun facts about octopuses and animal camouflage and protection. The craft uses primary colors (paint or tissue paper) to help children learn about blending colors.
Help the people in this book pack their bags for a trip to the beach. Learn what happens when we join sets.
Is a ladybug longer or shorter than a dragonfly? Compare the lengths of insects!
You can find different kinds of patterns in the world around you. See where we found patterns!
See how we use numbers, tallies, and charts to share information about the things our families like to do.
Do size and shape change when you flip, slide, or turn an object? Find answers when you read about size and shape.