Sammy is at it again? See what trouble Sammy can get into fulfilling his passion for running. This low level adventure is great for motivating your struggling readers.
This story spotlights the scary things you encounter on Halloween night.
Simple descriptive words label the trucks on each page. Strong match between illustration and text make reading fun.
Alex plays his first baseball game and is very discouraged by all the mistakes he makes. Students will be able to relate to the difficulty of trying something new and will like the positive ending.
Readers will enjoy learning about different kinds of trucks and each of their roles in building a house.
Join Carla on her quest to find new glasses and review shapes at the same time.
Carla wants to participate in the school talent show. If they haven't already, students will fall in love with this endearing character.
Introduce readers to cause and effect with this sequel to Carla's Ribbons.
Its time to celebrate Sammys birthday! Readers will enjoy seeing what gifts Sammys family gives him.
What starts out as an innocent chipmunk chase gets Sammy in hot water.
Everyone has a suggestion for poor moose whose tooth is loose.
Sammy sees many animals on his walk but one will make him take off running. Students will enjoy predicting what animal leads Sammy on a chase.
Engaging photos allow readers to predict the next animal they will see on their virtual field trip.
Introduce words that name the instruments in the band within an easy-to-read patterned text.
Readers develop a color-rich vocabulary as Sammy prepares for a winter walk.
Part of the popular Sammy series, Sammy does what any self-respecting dog does when he smells the mouth-watering aroma of hamburger. Will his escapade land him in the doghouse or at the vet's.
This book displays the main characteristics of each of the four seasons in a concise, yet imagery filled way.
Using simple repetitive text, this book is perfect for a science lesson on flowers.
Great for early fall when the leaves are turning colors.
Poor Alex. Every day he gets a new scrape, scratch, or bruise.
Introduce action words and descriptive words about domestic and wild cats.
Beginning readers will soar through this delightful look at kite flying.
Readers use clues to predict the name of an animal.
A tour of the town introduces a variety of vehicles.
Everyone seems to be too busy to play with Alex.