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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.
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.
Animal Superpowers will help readers compare species that have unique sensory and physical attributes to help them survive. By exploring the unique features of each animal readers will learn about the diversity of life on Earth. Simple vocabulary and a lively, humorous presentation of facts combine with eye-popping photos to grab young readers. Aligns to curriculum for learning about different animals as well as compare and contrast analysis.
Adventure abroad! This series takes young explorers on a world tour. Readers will stop at famous landmarks, meet new people groups, and experience unique customs and holidays. To further celebrate cultural diversity, these books teach how to speak foreign words, cook staple foods, and play traditional games.
A sandhill crane lifts a stick. A construction crane lifts a log. The two cranes grab, stretch, and stack, working through bad weather and difficult obstacles toward their end goal: building a home for a new family. Told in a simple sequence of verbs, this colorful picture book demonstrates how the mechanical world mirrors the natural world.
Rhyming verse from Brian P. Cleary presents the fictional Clip-Clop Elementary School's celebration of "Onomatopoeia Day." Enthusiastic young students make their way from band room (Rattle! Boom! Twang!) to the gym (Whiff! Whack! Swish!) to the science lab (Hiss! Spurt! Ding!) and beyond. Brief back matter offers additional examples.
One new idea could make life easier for the whole world! Great inventors use a process called design thinking to help them identify problems, big and small, and create solutions for them. This series introduces readers to design thinking and teaches them how to look at problems and products in a specific way to figure out a solution or how to improve them. Design thinking fosters innovation, creativity, and even empathy--essential learning for students.
Teaching your little brother his first word-dibs-is funny. Until he starts calling dibs on everything, from your parents' bed to a real airplane to the White House. What's next? Calling dibs on the moon? Sure enough, Julian's little brother, Clancy, calls dibs on NASA and blasts off into space! Julian is glad to have Earth all to himself...at first. But Julian begins to miss Clancy. Can he harness the power of dibs to rescue his little brother? This humorous take on sibling rivalry is by Laura
These accessible, topical guides help young readers learn the basics of being responsible digital citizens. Fun illustrations in the style of virtual reality and video games walk readers through different digital scenarios.