In Spanish - learning how to count is more fun with kittens!
In Spanish - learning how to count is more fun with puppies to assist kids in counting to 10.
In Spanish - this book shows that trees have branches, leaves, roots and the leaves fall from many trees once it gets cold. Best of all, students can learn about tress right in their own yard or neighborhood.
In Spanish - we don’t realize it but we use models everyday. Students will learn about how models help us visually represent something.
In Spanish - taking turns, sharing, and caring are all important traits of being kind.
In Spanish - readers will begin to learn and identify shapes.
In Spanish - after reading “Will it Float,” readers will be able to understand that some objects with air pockets will float and will be able to compare them to other objects that will sink.
Contar hasta cinco es fácil una vez que lo practicas varias veces.
Vibrant photographs help children understand that things are different sizes.
In Spanish - describes what light is, how objects can only be seen with light or if they give off their own light, how light can shine through transparent and translucent materials but not through opaque ones, what causes shadows, and what happens when you shine light on a mirror.
In Spanish - sometimes friends forget to do the right thing. Read how Chester Fox reminds Olive Cat and Sara duck how they should take turns.
In Spanish - spiders come in all shapes, colors, and, sizes. Most are harmless and are beneficial to our daily lives killing pests
In Spanish - practice nonfiction vocabulary skills with this series of word books building on science vocabulary. Ideal for emergent and early readers.
In Spanish - learn about telescopes and other tools used to explore space.
In Spanish - it's more important than ever that children begin to learn how police are an important part of society. An engaging book for little ones interested in how police officers work and help our local community.
This Spanish and English bilingual book takes you on a trip around the world to compare the many different places where people live and work, from big, busy cities to small, remote villages.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go to school in another country? This Spanish and English bilingual book takes you around the world to compare how children get to school, what they learn there, how they have fun, and even what they eat for lunch!
People make their homes in all kinds of places around the world. This Spanish and English bilingual book looks at the different places where we live, from busy high-rise apartment buildings to remote yurts.
This Spanish and English bilingual book looks at how children have fun in other countries. Travel the world to see the activities that people enjoy, from sports and games to art and music.
This Spanish and English bilingual book takes you on a trip around the world, looking at the many different ways that people celebrate special days, holidays, religious festivals, and traditional celebrations.
This Spanish and English bilingual book takes you on a journey around the world to see what the daily lives of people in other countries are like, from what they wear to how they have fun.
Readers will follow along as the characters make a splash outside. Simple, repetitive text will help readers build fluency and recognition of high-frequency verbs.
Can Dad act like a scary monster? Repetitive text will help readers build fluency while playful illustrations keep them laughing.
Possum thinks he's happy, but his friends aren't sure. Readers will enjoy the efforts they make to cheer up Possum, and use picture clues to determine who's right.
Miss Alita enjoys a busy day of exploring her new home and meeting new friends. When she encounters a stranger, will she remember the advice of her friends and stay safe? This whimsical story weaves engaging characters with interesting facts about insects.