A Level 1 Amicus Reader that describes tiny animals around the world. Examples include the pygmy marmoset, bee hummingbird, and ladybug. Includes comprehension activity.
Highlights animals of all types known for their large size, including the blue whale, the Goliath beetle, and more. Includes comprehension activity.
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.
Introduces differences in size by comparing groups of big animals, such as big turtles, wildcats, and ocean creatures.
Introduces differences in length and height by comparing dog breeds and their features, such as legs, ears, and noses.
Introduces differences in size by comparing groups of small animals, such as small birds, turtles, and fish.
Maths made approachable, accessible and fun! These books are packed with activities, stories, information and challenges. Covering a whole range of maths topics, they examine the origins of mathematical thought and usage, how maths has changed and how it has become part of our everyday lives.
This colorful book introduces young readers to the world of color. Readers will learn how an enormous range of colors can be made from just three primary colors. This title also explains the difference between warm colors and cool colors. The book uses famous works of art to show readers how color can be used to both show a scene and convey a message.
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In this book, students see the NextGen Science process at work in a real-world situation. Readers practice close reading as they look for clues that will lead to a deeper understanding of structures and engineering. The NextGen Science process pushes students to apply critical thinking as they learn new methods of exploration and build on concepts they may already know. Additional tools, including a glossary and index, help students learn new vocabulary and locate information.
This engaging title introduces readers to materials that are either hard or soft. Using familiar examples, readers learn what makes hard and soft objects different and why they are suited for different purposes. Easy-to-understand text and colorful photos invite young readers to identify and classify hard and soft things around them.
Pressing Down explores the benefits and uses of the lever. RobbO and RobbEE learn how a lever can be formed in three different ways to do different kinds of worklift and lower, separate, and open.
Pulling Up explores the benefits and uses of the pulley. This clever device uses rope wound over a grooved wheel to help lift heavy loads. RobbO and RobbEE use a pulley to remove the engine from their car.
Rolling Along explores the benefits and uses of the wheel and axle. RobbO and RobbEE build a cart to make it easier to move a heavy load, and learn how the wheel and axle are also used for lifting and turning.
Sloping Up and Down explores the benefits and uses of the ramp. RobbO and RobbEE learn that a ramp is called an inclined plane. They discover that ramps are used for building stairs and escalators, and were even used as far back as ancient Egypt to build the pyramids.
Splitting Apart explores the benefits and uses of the wedge. RobbO and RobbEE need to build a wedge-shaped machine to move the snow piled outside their workshop. They find lots of other uses for a wedge, too.
Winding Around explores the benefits and uses of the screw. RobbO and RobbEE learn how to hold materials together using a screw, and how to use it to lift up loads and raise water.
Explores the states of matter, the building blocks of everything in the universe, as well as influential scientists in the field
Real-world examples and engaging activities guide readers in learning about measuring weight. Readers practice selecting appropriate measuring tools and units of measurement, converting between units, and solving problems by measuring.
In this book, readers learn what volume is and why and how it is measured. They learn about the US customary system and the metric system, where each is used, and the units of measurement in each system. Readers also learn about volumes of liquids and solids.
In this book, readers learn what gravity is and how it impacts weight. They learn about the US customary system and the metric system, where each is used, and the units of measurement in each system. Readers also learn about balances, scales, and estimating weights.
This book explains the history and characteristics of light and how it is used. Reading Essentials in Science.