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Explore science, get creative in nature, and banish boredom with these fun and easy Crayola crafts! Easy to follow instructions and photos guide readers. QR codes for each project link to a digital landing page showing more detailed steps and photos.
From an early age, students start to use and understand money. This series introduces the youngest learners to basic economic principles within a community. From spending and saving money to supply and demand, young readers gain a basic foundation of economics and learn about personal finance and decision-making.
There are some jobs that keep our communities' wheels spinning. Doctors and dentists help us stay healthy and strong. Police officers keep our streets safe. Teachers prepare us for our changing world. This series explores the community helpers of today and how their work keeps our communities running safely and smoothly.
This series introduces early readers to community helpers. From firefighters to librarians, each book details the work of each community helper, the tools needed to do that job, and why we need that role in our community. Through critical thinking questions and fun facts, students will gain a better appreciation for the importance of these helpers in their own lives and in the community.
Differentiating opposites is fundamental for learning. Comparing Directions helps children visually recognize opposing directionals with fun themes and vibrant photos. Comparing Directions titles include tools for teachers and caregivers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index.
The immigrant experience is one that millions of people have gone through-or are going through right now. As people from around the world find a new home, they bring with them the families they love and the traditions that bind them together. They also bring a long history of sharing meals together, eating foods and dishes that have been passed down for centuries. In this series, the shared experience of eating together becomes the framework for examining the immigrant experiences of a wide range of nationalities and cultures. Each has a unique story of what they left behind, why they had to move, and what they found when they re-settled.
Books about cool construction machines are always picked up by readers. But these titles are written for readers who are getting a bit more comfortable with new words and harder, but still simple, sentence structures. This series will challenge beginning readers to take on more and help emerging readers move to the next level. This series is at a Level 2 and is written specifically for emerging readers.
This series introduces early readers to the seven continents of our world. Students learn about the climate, landforms, plants, animals, and people of each continent. Labelled maps and fun facts further young readers? learning.
Kids are naturally curious about the world around them, and our Continents of the World series lets young readers explore all sorts of exotic places! Brilliant colour photographs, maps, and easy-to-read text vividly portray the land, people, animals, and cultures of Earth?s seven continents. A phonetic glossary and sources for further information invite readers to continue exploring on their own.
Cook's Cook follows the 1768 journey of James Cook's H.M. Endeavour with his ship's cook, the one-handed John Thompson, as story teller. Through real recipes from the ship's mess, events on board and the places the ship traveled on its way to the Pacific, the book tells multiple stories. Here are stories of social class, hierarchy and race; stories of explorers and the people of the land; the story of one of the world's most famous explorers told through a fresh new lens.