A Level 1 Amicus Reader that describes tiny animals around the world. Examples include the pygmy marmoset, bee hummingbird, and ladybug. Includes comprehension activity.
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 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.
Kids in a classroom practice measuring favorite objects they brought from home using different units of measurement and comparing the objects.
Introduces differences in weight by comparing heavy, heavier, and heaviest everyday machines, such as motorcycles, cars, and trucks.
Introduces differences in size by comparing groups of small animals, such as small birds, turtles, and fish.
Introduces differences in size by comparing groups of big animals, such as big turtles, wildcats, and ocean creatures.
Introduces differences in height by comparing groups of tall landmarks and structures throughout the world, such as skyscrapers, bridges, and mountains.
Introduces differences in lengths by comparing lengths of baseball diamonds, tennis courts, Olympic swimming pools and other distances in sports.
Introduces differences in length and height by comparing dog breeds and their features, such as legs, ears, and noses.
In Sort It!, early fluent readers learn about the practice of sorting by exploring a variety of real-world examples. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text encourage young readers to look around them for opportunities to sort. Infographics illustrate key concepts, and an activity offers kids an opportunity to extend discovery. Children can learn more about sorting using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. Sort It! also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, a glossary, and an index.
In Weigh It!, early fluent readers learn about weighing in both the imperial and metric systems by exploring a variety of real-world examples. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text encourage young readers to look around them for opportunities to practice weighing. Infographics illustrate key concepts, and an activity offers kids an opportunity to extend discovery. Children can learn more about weighing using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. Weigh It! also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, a glossary, and an index.
From dogs and cats to turtles and rats, this book uses rhyme to show kids the facts! Photographs of pets in funny situations help children understand the concept of size. Children learn by comparing animals to determine which is bigger or smaller. An activity at the end asks children to identify which animal on the page is the biggest, the smallest, and medium-sized.
Count the circles on Billy's bike as he tries to catch up to his pet Hypsilophodonts. Kids will enjoy looking for shapes in this entertaining book that puts kids and dinosaurs together in everyday situations.
Understanding how to make ten is a key building block in the base-ten system. In this engaging title, young readers explore different number combinations that make up the number ten. Easy-to-follow text and colorful images introduce readers to the concept of a fact family and related facts. The text also models how readers can use their fact family knowledge to solve missing addend questions that equal ten.
This entertaining title introduces young readers to the concept of patterning. Readers will learn that a pattern is an ordered set of numbers or shapes arranged according to a rule. Accessible text and vivid images guide readers as they learn to identify patterning rules and extend patterns. Readers are also encouraged to create their own patterns and recognize patterns in the world around them.
¿Qué figuras ves en este libro?
Rojo, blanco, rojo, blanco, rojo. ¿Sabes qué viene después? ¡Verás muchos patrones en este libro!
Explora las cosas divertidas que puedes hacer en el otoño y resuelve problemas. Responde la pregunta: “¿Quién tiene más?”.
¿Es una catarina más larga o más corta que una libélula?
Puedes hallar varios tipos de patrones en el mundo que te rodea. ¡Mira dónde hallamos patrones!
En la playa hay muchos patrones. Fijate si puedes descubrirlos.
¿Conoces los diferentes tipos de figuras? A ver si también puedes pintarlas.
¿Cambian el tamaño y la forma cuando volteas, deslizas o giras una figura? Halla las respuestas cuando leas sobre el tamaño y la forma.