Fishing is fun, but it's also hard work! Spend the day with a grandfather and granddaughter on their fishing trip.
The weather is cold, so Bear, Squirrel, and Moose hurry to the snowy hill for some winter fun.
Being with friends is fun. What do you do with your friends?
Playtime is fun time. What do you like to play at home?
Where do you go to have fun?
What can you count at the baseball field?
Do you like to swim and play? Where do you play in the water?
Do you like to run and jump? Do you like to catch and throw?
People play different sports and games. What sports do you like to play?
In Shred it Skateboarding, kids will love reading about basic skating tricks, the changing technology of the board, and cool skating terms. A special section also features the top skaters in the sport today.
Splash it Swimming shows young readers the four major styles of competitive swimming: freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke, and butterfly. A special section also features today's champion swimmers.
Stretch it Yoga describes how this ancient exercise has become a popular way to keep fit for people around the world. Photos demonstrate stretches, and simple text teaches children about the different styles of yoga, which poses affect which parts of the body, and the important elements of breathing and meditation.
This book takes a comprehensive look at the techniques, strategies, and great players of one of the worlds most popular sports. The sometimes-complicated rules of the game are also explained clearly and easily.
Clear text and colorful images highlight the techniques, rules, and stars of the game. Concepts like par, birdie, eagle, and mulligan are explained clearly and easily.
Carve it Snowboarding describes how this winter sport has become as popular as skiing. Kids will love reading about the board, the basic moves, and competitions. A special section also features the top snowboarders in the sport today.
From floor exercises to balance beams and parallel bars, its all here, explained through clear text and colorful images. Kids will also meet some of the brightest stars of the world of gymnastics, past and present!
Polygons are shapes with a number of sides joined together. They are everywhere! A baseball field is a diamond-shaped polygon. Join Emily at a baseball game and look for different shapes. She discovers that the field is full of much more than baseball players - it's filled with polygons, too.
Alan Bastien is a Taekwondo master. He travels from school to school, sharing his gift with as many children as possible. Young readers will be captivated as they watch Alan teach his students the techniques of this martial art, the equipment used, and important lessons of self-respect and self-discipline.
Sung to the tune of Do You Know the Muffin Man?, this book stresses the importance of staying active to feel better and keep their bodies healthy.
Beautifully illustrated, this book teaches students the importance of how staying active keeps us healthy.
Perfect for soccer stars, this book features simple rhymes to help young readers count to fifteen. One ball, two keepers, three referees, and more add up to a great game. Includes information about the history and rules of soccer.
Step up to the plate with this counting book about America's favorite pastime. The Baseball Counting Book is spring training for little sluggers. The count is zero to zero when the ump calls, "Play ball!" Nine innings later we've counted balls, strikes, players, fans, and more, all the way to twenty. No one strikes out with these fun rhymes. Little leaguers will find themselves counting their way through practice and pointing out all the new things they've learned about this great game when they watch the pro's on TV or at the parks. Early readers will hit a home run with this charming counting book.
Readers will enjoy making graphs about their favorite things! This charming title uses children's favorite things to make graphing and mathematical probability seem simple and fun! This book's vibrant images, practice problems, and mathematical diagrams help young readers understand graphing and early STEM themes. Encourage children to make their own bar graphs or pictographs about their favorite things!
Finally, boredom is solved with many suggestions on things that children can do! They can play, read, and even spend time with their families. This book introduces readers to new vocabulary related to boredom-busting activities.
Explore the fun world of sports and learn the importance of keeping active in order to stay healthy. The connection to language arts is vocabulary related to sports and different ways to keep moving.