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This add to contains the 9 source mentor text used in Close Reading Links Grade 3.
This add to contains the 9 source mentor text used in Close Reading Links Grade 5.
David is a great kid, but he has one big problem - he can't stop talking. These wildly humorous stories, told by David himself, will show readers just how much ...
Use our Traditional Fairy Tales with our Fractured Fairy Tales to springboard your language arts lessons! These packages were created to help you teach ...
This package contains content readers designed to expose students to social studies concepts outlined in the Georgia Performance Standards.
Take your students on a tour of the world around them! This Geography package for 2nd graders was designed to help students with their map skills and to learn ...
This Colonial America package was specifically created for fourth-graders, and the 13 titles have a GRL range of Q-S. Students will enjoy the books on the ...
This Life Science package was created specifically to give fifth-graders a range of content to support their learning of Life Science concepts. Each of the 15 ...
This Native Americans package was specifically created for fifth-graders and the 6 titles have a GRLs of S-U. Students will enjoy the books on the culture, ...
Stone Arch Books supports the humor genre taught in many Language Arts Programs.
Using real life experiences, 8th grade advice columnists Frank B. Wise and Tina Truly write to kids about how to handle sticky situations in fun, creative, and ...
Our STEM Kindergarten curriculum bundle was created to help meet your Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics classroom needs. Our STEM packages ...
This collection represents Stone Arch Books sports stories.
What's the Point? is a question we ask of authors who are sharing information. As we craft informative/explanatory essays of our own, we keep key points in ...
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