In Spanish - young readers will learn how our closest star is a powerful energy source that provides life to plants and animals.
In Spanish - discover the cycle of day and night, how the sun heats our planet and provides life for all animals and plants.
In Spanish - enjoy exploring the zoo as you flip through the pages of this easy-to-read book.
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 - 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.
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 - 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.
Young children will delight in this colorful book about yellow objects all around us.
After reading “Will it Float?,” young readers will understand why air allows some objects to float—even enormous objects, such as ships.
Kids love animals and will enjoy exploring the zoo as they flip through the pages of this easy to read book.
What do kids find when they visit the beach? Explore sand, sea shells, salt water, waves, and more in this simple exploration of a child's surroundings
Mammals come in all shapes and sizes. Close-up photos and intriguing clues prompt readers to guess what kind of mammal will be revealed on the following page. Students can find out more about each mammal—and what exactly a mammal is—at the end of the book.
Sharks hunt the oceans. They are always looking for food. But, what makes a shark, a shark? Find out the differences in fish with this title. Must know science concept.
All kids should learn about tool basics. Young readers will see how wrenches work to help us make our work easier. "Left to loosen…right to tighten".
A required standard for understanding space and our planets. How many, the order from the sun. How we identify planets
All beginning readers should practice their nonfiction vocabulary skills for real world learning. This series of word books builds on science vocabulary and ideal for emergent and early readers.
Kids learn early that snow and winter are cold. This title helps beginning read and learn about things we can do during winter.
Curious children may wonder why the moon seems to change from day to day. The Moon in a Month explains why, and describes each of the moon’s phases.
Exciting and colorful images attract readers to this book that breaks down the important parts of a bike, describes where and how riders can drive them safely
There are billions of stars in our galaxy, the Milky Way, and billions more throughout the universe. Read how stars are made of burning gases and what holds these gases together. Read about constellations and star maps and which star travelers have used for centuries to find their way.
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.