Trains take you where you need to go, and they move food and other goods from one place to another. Trains are full of shapes, too, which make them fun to look at. You can find circles on the train's wheels and rectangles on the railroad tracks and railroad signs. There are even shapes at the train station. Some ceilings have circles or triangles and some floors have squares. Look inside. Can you find any more?
Did you know that airports are the perfect place to find shapes? Sometimes shapes are used because they are a good design choice, such as circles and triangles on the ceiling. But other times, shapes are used to offer support and strength to the building. Look inside to see if you can ¬find the many shapes hidden inside airports from around the world. Take a look outside the airport, too. What shapes do you see on the runway?
Bikes, balloons, trains, ships, and more. This book is filled with the many different ways to get where you need to go. Use addition to ¬figure out how many people are on board a cruise ship or how long it took to build two famous railways in Russia. You will even learn about the biggest jet in the world. What is your favorite way to get around?
The family in this book is going on a vacation. They drive in a car, ride on an escalator, take a ferry across the water, and more. They discover the many ways that addition is a part of daily life. They even use addition to count taxis and to compare the cost of riding the subway for the day and the week. Hop on the double-decker bus and join them on their adventure through the city.
Take a closer look at the automobile by exploring Henry Ford's assembly-line production, auto safety, hazards of smog and pollution as well as potential cars of the future. This book includes vocabulary related to auto parts and auto function.
All aboard! It's time to learn about trains from their humble beginning of the steam engine and chugs to the diesel-electric trains of today including the unique construction of the tracks and wheels, as well as the multitude of jobs that exists in the world of locomotives.
Explore the history and function of planes including the vital role that planes played in World War II and their transition into commercial travel. Readers will enjoy reading about famous people in aviation including the Wright brothers, Charles Lindbergh, and Amelia Earhart while learning the basic principles of aerodynamics. Book includes vocabulary related to the history and function of planes.
Discover developments in travel over the last 200 years including the advances of today's travel methods, which make it easier to visit different places in a shorter amount of time. Readers are exposed to vocabulary related to travel methods.
This book introduces readers to different methods of transportation in their communities. Whether one is taking a school bus or riding a horse, there are many different ways to get around. Readers will have opportunities to practice vocabulary terms related to transportation.