Discover how longer, warmer days cause changes in the environment and how people's activities change.
The Giant Goes to School: Early Reading Activities is a unique resource for young readers, combining a humorous, full-length story about the Giant and his friends with skill-building practice activities. Topics include reading comprehension, sight words, letters and sounds, and more. In this original story, Alex is sick at home on the day the Giant plans to visit his classroom. Though the Giant is nervous to be there alone, Alex‚Äôs classmates show him how much fun school can be while teaching him the value of friendship. After the story, 25 fun activities based on Common Core State Standards help children understand the story and develop essential skills. With tips for parents and suggested extensions, The Giant Goes to School: Early Reading Activities is entertaining and educational for young readers and their families.
There's more to Easter than hunting for eggs and stuffing ourselves with chocolate! Come inside Easter to learn the history and ancient customs of this Christian festival.
More than half of all the animals on Earth are insects. This informative overview title introduces readers to the world of insects and identifies the defining characteristics and behaviors common to all insects.
Our popular Illuminating History series is now available with PowerPoint presentations! With each 32-page book comes 8 full-color illustrations and corresponding blackline reproducible pages in a PowerPoint format. You can now use your ink-jet or laser printer to produce both reproducible worksheets and color images. For classrooms, the illustrations can be printed on plastic fur use with an overhead projector, or they can be shown as a PowerPoint presentation on computer monitors and multimedia projectors. (32 worksheet pages, 8 PowerPoint slides.)
This product can be purchased in three configurations: Bundle (eBook and MP3), eBook only, or MP3 only.This wonderful collection of 24 fables and tales (12 in each book) features activities sure to develop critical thinking skills and promote maximum comprehension. Illustrated stories are followed by a crossword puzzle plus questions based on Bloom's Taxonomy and labeled according to a targeted skill/thinking level. The many morals and lessons throughout provide opportunities to work on character building. Each 48-page book can be purchased with a collection of high-quality MP3 audio files, which gives your reluctant readers a chance to participate and achieve success. The MP3 files follow text word-for-word to aid fluency and comprehension. Graphic organizers and a chart of skills included.
Children will be inspired to tell their own stories with this wordless reader, filled with engaging, colorful images that show animal parents and babies in their natural habitats. This book allows for a wonderful shared reading experience for children who do not yet know how to read or who are just beginning to learn. The images tell a story of their own.
Sai has just found out that she won a contest and gets to take her whole family on a trip to anywhere in the world! But where will they go? Sai's dad wants to explore a volcano. Her brother, Ben, wants to get close to brown bears. Sai wants to play in a hot spring. There must be some place that has all of those things? How about Kamchatka! Readers will love exploring this unique place through detailed drawings and informative and enjoyable text.