3 years & up. Students compare the similarities and differences as they learn about the life cycle of these insects. Each book describes how they hatch, develop, and live in their environment. Paperbacks.
Explore cultural diversity by defining similarities and differences between people and places around the world. Each book has wonderful photographs for children to understand and relate to the concepts of everyday activities. Also includes a teachers guide with additional activities that can be used throughout the classroom.
Brilliant photographs and drawings present a excellent way for children to learn shapes and numbers by showing how they are used in our everyday world. This book set consists of concepts from shapes that are larger to small, opposites and numbers. Children can sit down and look at the book by themselves because of the limited use of words. Paperback.
3 years & up. This lap-sized series uses vivid photographs to introduce children to basic mathematical concepts. Series explores size, counting, patterns, and shapes using familiar environments, objects, and animals to demonstrate that math is all around us. Paperback. 4 books.
8 years & up. Solid information, sound advice, fun illustrations, real-life topics, and practical tips - no wonder these books are so popular with young readers! Together they make a cool collection of self-help books that really help. Buy all of them together as a set of 4 or pick your favorite titles and purchase them individually. Paperback. Book Titles: Bullying Is a Pain in the Brain (112 pages), Cliques, Phonies, & other Baloney (136 pages), Don't Behave Like You Live in a Cave (128… More »
4 years & up. Learning about Life Cycles engages children into the wonder of our world. From butterflies, bees, birds and insects to name a few. This terrific library will engage and strengthen understanding of living things and how they grow.
3 years & up. These story books make math concepts like shapes, counting, and colors fun when they are blended with rhythm, rhyme, and repetition along with colorful illustrations. A sure way to develop math skills with books that take a creative approach to teaching basic math concepts. Set of 6 paperback books.
3 years & up. Vibrant photos and engaging text with a splash of Crayola® color! Each book encourages children to create art and learn math concepts by exploring the world around them. Concepts featured are shapes, sorting, opposites, counting, patterns and comparing sizes books. Each book is paperback including 24 pages.
Children can explore important math concepts through vivid photographs and engaging text. This book covers several sports and engages children in counting, subtracting and much more. Big book has 16 pages and measures 15"W x 21"H.
Grades 2 - 4. Adjectives, adverbs, nouns, verbs -- which part of speech would you want to be/ Life as a word can be wild and a lot of work. Discover how these lexicons live and how they help build sentences. 10 books with 24 pages each. Includes: If You Were a Noun, If You Were a Verb, If You Were an Adjective, If You Were an Adverb, If You Were an Adverb, If You Were a Pronoun, If You Were a Homonym or a Homophone, If you Were a Compound Word, If You Were a Prefix, If You Were a Suffix, and If You Were a Plural Word.
Grades 3 - 5. These well-written biographies tell the stories of notable individuals in a variety of contexts. Each book highlights the life, contributions and accomplishments of the individual in a fun, engaging way that clearly explores the world he/she lived in and changed. Fascinating details and black-and-white illustrations fill each story, along with side notes and a time line to enhance readers' understanding. Collection includes six, 112-page paperbacks.
Everyday life is the basis for this fun and entertaining tale. Simple math concepts are embedded in the story, so young children will intuitively understand them. Creative suggestions for activities in the back of the book extend learning opportunities.
Grades 2 - 4. Adjectives, adverbs, nouns, verbs -- which part of speech would you want to be/ Life as a word can be wild and a lot of work. Discover how these lixicons live and how they help build sentences. 9 books with 24 pages each. Includes: If You Were an Antonym, If You Were a Conjunction, If You Were a Preposition, If You Were a Synonym, If You Were a Contraction, If You Were an Apostrophe, If You Were a Comma, If You Were an Exclamation Point, and If You Were Quotation Marks.
Grades 3 & up. World-changing events unfold before your eyes in these amazing tales of inventions and discovery. See these captivating stories come to life with vivid illustrations and easy-to-read text. An additional information section provides key facts and further understanding. Reading level 3-4. Interest level 3-9.
8 years & up. Good Housekeeping has created the perfect cookbook for kids of all ages who are eager to step in the kitchen. It features more than 100 delicious, fail-safe recipes, accompanied by colorful photographs and basic kitchen and cooking how-tos. Prepare tempting fare like mac 'n' cheese, lasagna, salads, smoothies, burgers, cakes, and more! And when children want to whip up something for their friends and family, they'll find variations that make every dish super-special. Hardcover. 160 pages.
Interest Level: K-3. Reading Levels: 0-Q. Brilliant color photos and simple text describe the fascinating lifecycles of 12 different animal and plant species. Illustrations bring essential science vocabulary to life. 12 books, 16 pages each.
What is the sun? Why is it so important to every living thing? This enlightening picture book has lively illustrations, along with hands-on activities for young scientists. It describes the sun and how it provides the light and energy which allow plant and animal life to exist on the earth.