Learn new words with this adorable book from the My First Book Collection featuring bright photographs. Studies show that young learners find it easier to associate real-life photographs of objects than to illustrations. This book will be the perfect learning tool for your little one! Photographs included are: duck, ball, teddy bear, truck, blocks, bottle and shoes. Titles included in the My First Book Series are: My First Book, My First Nursery Rhymes, and Peek-A-Boo!
Baby’s First Learning Book is the perfect way to introduce everyday objects. Black and white art and bursts of color will capture baby’s attention with large, simple pictures that encourage learning. Pictures include: baby, bib, toy, duck, bottle, bath, socks, and of course, book! Other books in the Baby’s First Learning Book series include: “Spash” goes the Hippo, Let’s Play, and “Ruff” says the Dog!
This poem presents five shapes who have a picnic lunch with treats to match. But where is Circle?
Books in the Hello, Everglades! series take young readers on a journey through the Everglades, exploring the flora and fauna of the region. Each book uses the whole language approach to literacy, a combination of sight words and repetition builds recognition and confidence. Bold, colorful photographs correlate directly to text to help guide readers through the book. Books in this series include author biography and teaching guides.
This book uses repetition, simple sentences and supporting images to familiarize the beginning reader with cylinders.
Leaf insects blend in to hide from predators. Emerald green boas stealthily await prey in the trees. Male quetzals impress females with their vibrant feathers! In this title, beginning readers get a fascinating introduction to green animal adaptations.
Starting with a pair of yellow mittens, a purple hippo prepares to bundle up to go outside and play in the snow. Using humor and visual clues, primary and secondary colors are identified for the toddler set. The third entry in a new board book series by artist Jennifer Sattler (Dirty Birdies and Jungle Gym).
This Level 2 guided reader illustrates examples of patterns found in different foods. Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning to identify how repeating shapes, colors, or lines form a pattern.
Let’s make a Christmas card. I can make a round snowman, a pointy Christmas tree, and square Christmas presents. Here is my Christmas card. Paired to the nonfiction title Shapes in Nature.
What do I need to bring for a sleepover? I open my red bag and put all the things I need. Look! I have a rainbow in my bag. Now let’s go to grandma’s house. Paired to the nonfiction title Do Animals Have Families?.
Guess what I am thinking. I will tell you the color and specific things about the car. Do you know what it is? Paired to the nonfiction title Emergency Vehicles.
Orange you glad monarchs have such bright wings? They warn predators of the butterflies’ terrible taste. Orangutans are orange to blend in with tree trunks. Male rufous hummingbirds show off with their vivid feathers. Early readers will learn about all kinds of orange animals in this descriptive book!
Red means stop! Sometimes. Ladybugs are red to scare away predators, but cardinals turn red from the berries they eat. Pygmy seahorses blend in with red coral around them to hide. Curious readers will love this informative title about red animals!
Why so blue? Some critters, like male agamas, show off bright blue colors to attract partners. Blue morpho butterflies warn predators with flashy wings. Blue dragons camouflage with the ocean below. Students get the inside scoop on blue animals in this engaging book!
The yellow boxfish is an adorable, friendly-looking ocean dweller – but its vivid color is a warning! Journey through the world of yellow animals, from flashy goldfinches to cheetahs slinking through the grass. Young readers will love this brightly colored book.
A beluga whale swims among the icebergs. It’s hard for predators to spot in this snowy environment! From polar bears to albino animals, beginning readers will learn all about white creatures in our world.
Level 1 guided reader that introduces young students to the concept of weights while supporting the development of reading skills.
Shapes at School takes readers through a day at school, pointing out the many familiar shapes they encounter in the classroom, in the lunchroom, and on the playground. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text engage emergent readers as they hunt for shapes at school. A labeled diagram helps readers identify shapes in a classroom, while a picture glossary reinforces new vocabulary. Children can learn more about shapes online using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. Shapes at School also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, and an index.
The sphere is the topic of this basic concept book. Photos showing spheres in the real world reinforce the information.
Look at the different animals in this e-book. Is one animal taller than another? Flip through the pages and describe what you see. Simple phrases, exact text-to-image relationships, large font, and vibrant photographs are flowed beautifully throughout this e-book to engage students from start to finish. Students will be introduced to basic measurement and data concepts with this e-book that aligns to mathematics standards.
What makes a group? How do you know? Look at what is the same to help you! Use this enlightening, nonfiction e-book to introduce students to classifying and counting. Simple phrases, exact text-to-image relationships, large font, and vibrant photographs are flowed beautifully throughout this e-book to engage students from start to finish. Students will be introduced to basic measurement and data concepts with this e-book that aligns to mathematics standards.
Teach young students how to describe things with the help of this science reader! Describe familiar objects by their texture, temperature, shape, speed, size, age, and more! The easy-to-read text and vibrant images will keep young readers engaged from start to finish. This reader also includes instructions for a fun science activity and practice problems to give students additional practice in describing things. A helpful glossary and index are also included for support.
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!