Today, Americans embrace one another's differences. But it was not always this way. In the past, people had to struggle against slavery and unfair leaders. Americans believe in equality and responsibility. These are our civic values. It is important that we uphold these beliefs. Colorful images, supporting text, a glossary, table of contents, and index all work together to help readers better understand the content and be fully engaged from cover to cover.
People are always changing their environment. Farmers use the land to grow crops and raise animals. People cut down trees and build roads. Many people live in big buildings in cities. We must take care of the earth and protect our environment. Colorful images, supporting text, a glossary, table of contents, and index all work together to help readers better understand the content and be fully engaged from cover to cover.
Learn how to keep Earth clean of trash in this informative science reader! Students will learn that trash can be very harmful, causing pollution that harms the water, land, air, birds, fish, and people. Readers will be encouraged not to pollute and to keep the planet clean! The vibrant images and easy-to-read text in this science reader will keep students engaged from cover to cover. This reader also includes instructions for an engaging science activity and practice problems to further students' understanding. A helpful glossary and index are also included for additional support.
The way we live affects our home - Earth. While people have lived on Earth for a long time, we are just beginning to see the impact of our actions on our planet. From pollution to thoughtful farming, explore the harmful and beneficial ways we use natural resources so that we can become conservationists that protect our planet. Teach third-grade students about deforestation, desertification, the greenhouse effect, terracing that prevents land erosion, and more with the vibrant photographs in this high-interest informational text. Featuring a hands-on “Think Like a Scientist” lab activity that is aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards, this e-book helps students apply what they've learned in the text and supports STEM instruction. Helpful diagrams and text features, such as a glossary and index, are also included to improve content-area literacy.
Learn all about the importance of recycling in this informative science reader! People throw away a lot of trash, but it is important to recycle to make sure the earth stays clean and isn't covered in trash. Readers will learn how to reduce, reuse, and recycle to do their part in helping our planet! Vibrant images pair with easy-to-read text to keep students engaged from cover to cover. This reader also includes instructions for an engaging science activity where students will learn how they can reuse old containers and reduce waste. A helpful glossary and index are also included for additional support.
This inspiring biography allows readers to learn about the incredible life of Sojourner Truth. Featuring a timeline of Sojourner's life, a glossary, and an index working in conjunction with vibrant images and supportive text, young readers will be inspired by Sojourner's life as an abolitionist and suffragist.
Martin Luther King, Jr. believed in fighting for Civil Rights for all people. In this biography, readers will learn about his inspirational life as he fought for equality of African Americans through nonviolence. The rich photos, supportive text, helpful glossary, timeline, table of contents, and index give readers important information for understanding King's fight against Jim Crow Laws.
Young readers will learn the ways that César Chávez fought to protect the rights and lives of migrant workers in this inspiring biography that gives history behind protests and developments of unions that Chávez led. The vivid images and an interesting timeline of Chávez's life work in conjunction with supportive text and glossary, table of contents, and index to engage readers from cover to cover.
In this fascinating biography, readers will learn about the amazing life of Eleanor Roosevelt as she strived for equality of all. Lively images and a timeline help show children Eleanor's inspiring journey as she grew from a young student in England to the First Lady of the United States to the first female member of the United Nations. The informational text, supportive glossary, table of contents, and index work together with the bright images to give readers the tools they need to better understand the content.
Practice graphing while cleaning up the school! In this engaging title, that has been translated into Spanish, a summer storm leaves the school in a mess, so students work to clean it up. Young readers can practice their graphing and STEM skills by creating graphs of the items collected to determine what needs to be recycled. This book improves graphing skills and encourages students to help their schools in any time of need! With vibrant images, simple examples, clear charts, and helpful mathematical diagrams, this book will make children confident in their graphing skills.
Many people who live in the city do not have space for gardens. But they still want the fresh food, flowers, and herbs that come from a garden. So, they plant gardens in pots or planters. Sometimes they form a team and find an empty lot to plant their gardens in. People use patterns to plan how best to use their space. This is a great way for people to live in the city and have a beautiful garden. What would you plant in your city garden?
Do you have a pet? Did you get it from a pet store or did you adopt it? The animals in this book live at the animal shelter where they wait to be adopted. While they wait, there are a lot of things they need, such as food, water, exercise, and brushing. The volunteers who take care of the animals use graphs and charts to be sure the animals have everything they need.
Have you ever wondered where your trash goes after it is picked up? Did you know that leaves and grass are a type of trash called yard waste? The answers to these questions and more can be found in this book. Discover the many ways addition can be used to learn about trash.
Practice addition and encourage young readers to be environmentally conscious in this engaging reader! Children will not only practice their addition skills through practice problems and mathematical charts and diagrams, but they will also learn more about where their trash goes and what sanitation workers do. Using early STEM themes, teach children all about addition while teaching them about other topics such as recycling.
People all over the world trade and buy from each other! This nonfiction book will teach young readers the various services and goods that countries around the world provide. Readers will also be exposed to the different forms of money, such as yen and pesos, and the difference between wants and needs. Colorful images, supporting text, a glossary, table of contents, and index all work together to help readers better understand the content and be fully engaged from cover to cover.
This informative book teaches early readers about the important impact the government has on our lives. Readers will learn about taxes, the three branches of government, voting, and more through bright images and supportive text. A table of contents, glossary, and index are included to aid in helping readers better understand the content.
This fact-filled nonfiction book will teach readers about various types of laws--from city laws to national ones--and what impact they have on us. The detailed images, fascinating facts, and supportive text work together to inspire readers to learn all they can about laws. A glossary, table of contents, and index are provided to build readers' comprehension.
America is a country that is filled with many immigrants. In this fascinating book, readers will learn some of the many reasons immigrants choose to become American citizens. The glossary, index, and table of contents help readers better understand the content as they make their way through this inspiring book.
In this inspiring nonfiction book, readers will discover stories about immigrants that came to America from China, Poland, Peru, and the Dominican Republic. The alluring images and supportive text work in conjunction with the helpful glossary, index, and table of contents to engage readers and to enhance their understanding of the content.
What does it take to be a good citizen? Early readers will find out in this nonfiction title that features lively images, simple text, and an accompanying glossary. Children are encouraged to practice being a good citizen on their own time and to share their good deeds with others.
Abraham Lincoln is considered one of the greatest American presidents. In this engaging biographical title that features clear text and images, readers will learn about the amazing things that Lincoln did for the country during the Civil War and why he is considered a hero today.
Martin Luther King, Jr. used peaceful protests to become one of the world's greatest African-American Civil Rights leaders. Readers will learn all about his interesting and inspiring life in this engaging biographical reader that features informational text, vibrant images and a timeline of King's life.
Earth Day is a call to be “green.” This means thinking like a conservationist about everything from what grocery bag to use to what type of transportation to take. Elementary students just might be inspired to clean up a park or plant a tree after this read.
This title for young readers describes the life and work of Martin Luther King, Jr. Through peaceful protests and education, King’s leadership cleared the path for the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act. Every third Monday of January, citizens of the United States recognize the leader’s mission of equality for all on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Every day, students across the globe learn the skills and knowledge needed to live and work in their communities. The dedicated individuals who provide them with these skills and knowledge are teachers. Teachers work hard to prepare others for the future! In this title, young readers will learn about the work teachers do in this important profession.