Explore the colorful customs, people, and places of Georgia. With straightforward text and captivating photos, this book is a great introduction to the state. Maps and symbols are included to enrich the student's understanding of geography and state identity.
Danny and Abby take turns being the doctor and nurse when they play hospital with Bee.
There’s something new in Fish’s bowl. It is a treasure chest filled with gold that has Fish acting like a pirate.
Hurry, hurry, step right up! Danny wants everyone to see his Three Bowl Circus, featuring the one, the only… Fish, The Amazing.
Is Danny lost in the corn maze?
Danny and his dog friends decide to have a race in the backyard to determine who is the fastest runner. Ready, set, go! Who will win?
Danny and Norman build a snowman that ends up missing his nose.
Danny, Norman and Bee are invited to a superhero party. Which superhero will Norman be for the party?
Danny and Norman find a map to the new park. To get to the park, they will need to read and follow the signs.
As a magician, Danny headlines the Really Big Show, but Bee has talent too.
Danny shares toy with his friend, Heather
Danny and Abby follow the mowed path in the yard to play a game of chase in the grass.
Danny finds a little worm and worries for its safety. Dad helps find him a safe home.
Do you wonder why your light bulb turns on? Theres actually hidden wires that connect from your house to a power plant! There are many people in place to ensure that electricity gets to your home safely. From the electrician to the power plant manager to the worker, each person plays an important role in your light bulbs working! This title allows students to identify the connection between two or more individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information in a text.
Get to know two pen pals who live in different parts of the world. It is fun for them to write back and forth. They do different things at different times of the day and year. They tell each other about the events and traditions that take place during each month of the year. Do you know anyone who lives far away? What do you think they are doing right now?
There are communities all over the world. A person might be part of many communities—at school, in their neighborhood, or even one big world community! Young readers will learn how communities help us learn to respect others, celebrate diversity, and work together.
What makes a good friend? Young readers will learn that friends are people you care about and want to spend time with. Emphasis is placed on respect and consideration.
Family is made up of the people we care about. Young readers will learn that a family is made up of the people we are related to, as well as other people we care about and people who serve as our role models.
Young readers will learn that a person can have many feelings, and that they don't stay the same all the time. Expressive photographs provide kids with visual clues to different emotions.
Young readers are taught that manners are how we show our consideration for other people. Kids are shown practicing manners at home, at school, and out in public places.
What makes a choice a good one? Usually, the choices we make show the things we think are important. These are our values. Children will learn how to make positive choices by thinking about different outcomes and respecting themselves and others.
Children will learn that they play an important role in keeping themselves safe. Children are introduced to helpful strategies to recognize unsafe situations and help keep themselves safe at home, at school, and in their communities.
Travel and transportation can be different in cities, suburbs, and small towns. This book encourages children to look at their communities and identify the types of transportation used to move people and goods. They will then compare and contrast how people and goods are moved in different kinds of communities, based on their locations.
Spectacular photographs and engaging text help introduce students to familiar landforms and others they may not have seen before. By using compare-and-contrast questions, children will be encouraged to identify differences in similar landforms, such as mountains and hills. Children will also be inspired to paint landscapes, create volcanoes, and write poems, songs, or projects about their favorite landforms to express their own creativity.
This book offers a fun path to learning with activities that help children develop skills such as concentration, deeper analytical abilities, and improved thought processing. Children will love the engaging art, music, nature, writing, and “maker” activities, which encourage critical thinking and problem solving skills, cooperation, communication, and creativity.