Help Witchella remember the creepy, gross, wriggling ingredients she uses for her Spooky Soup. Each ingredient is more disgusting than the next, but put them altogether and you have a really fun song—and not so tasty soup.
Spiders come in all shapes, colors, and, sizes. Most are harmless and are beneficial to our daily lives by taking care of pests for us.
This book builds beginning vocabulary in space science. It's very helpful for elementary science prep, and focuses on the things we see in space and sky.
Learn about telescopes and other tools used to explore space.
Vibrant images and a simple introduction about galaxies and the universe lead the reader into a tour of our Sun and all 8 planets as well as the dwarf planets in our solar system and what lies beyond the eighth planet, Neptune.
Snowmobiles rule the snow! Used in search and rescue, ridden for adventure, or jumped hundreds of feet through the air, snowmobiles get pushed to the limit. Cool, action photos show what makes these snow machines so much fun to ride.
Snakes are frightening to many people. Others love them and keep them as pets. Some are deadly to humans, others just look scary. Learn about constrictor snakes that kill by squeezing though amazing images and simple text.
It's Christmas! and Silly Kitty wants to help his human, Emma. Find out what happens when everything that Silly Kitty does is NOT helping at all.
It's summer! Silly Kitty goes outside to explore. Find out what Silly Kitty needs when he discovers it’s a very sunny day.
Science is in every part of our lives. Where there is science, there are scientists. Learn about areas of science you like and might someday be your career. Great for STEM and content literacy.
A colorful book that shows and describes shapes we can find on a playground that help extend and expand upon classroom math.
Taking turns, sharing, and caring on the playground.
This fact-filled book describes all things plants! With terms like species, photosynthesis, life cycle, and habitat, students gain an understanding of how plants have survived on Earth for millions of years.
Word books give beginning readers chance to see real life words and a head start in science.
Young readers will learn how our closest star is a powerful energy source that provides life to plants and animals.
Snakes are frieghtening to many people. Others love them and keep them as pets. But some are deadly when they bite. Great high interest subject for beginning readers
A low level book introducing young readers to different jobs and services within a community.
A first look at the tools young scientists can use to explore the world around them.
The city can be a busy, crowded place, but there is plenty to do and see.
The idea of preserving bodies has been around for thousands of years. Mummies are intriguing to everyone, especially when so well preserved. Great for science and history.
Young children see the moon, but do they really know anything about it? This book follows the standards required for beginning science and what students should understand about the Earth’s moon.
All beginning readers should practice their nonfiction vocabulary skills. This series of word books builds on science vocabulary and ideal for emergent and early readers.
Using fun subject matter as well as great images helps to support learning. Kids stay engaged as they work on their basic, required math skills.
Too bad we can only snowboard in the winter. What great exercise and a fun way to get fresh air. Learn the basics of clothing, rules, and the beginner skills useful to know for snowboarding.
Not everyone is snowboarding. Some kids are tearing it up on skis with big air and wide turns. Learn the basics on clothing, rules, and the beginner skills useful to know for skiing