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Is it hot or cold outside? Is it sunny or windy? Let's look at the weather to find out. Text pair Rainy Day Picnic ...
I am looking for socks. The socks are for me! Connect to the fiction text pair, The Lost Sock.
The sun shines bright during the day, but why can't you see it at night? Follow the patterns of the sun and Earth to learn what causes day and night.
Children will learn how people are different and how they are alike by reading about the kinds of clothing worn in different climates and different cultures ...
Welcome to China! See the sites. Enjoy the food. Hear the language. Discover this country's land, people, and traditions.
Did you know that some birds have wings and feathers but cannot fly? Look inside to find out more.Connect to the fiction text pair, Training Pablo.
Travel to England. Find out the facts about this country in Europe.
Every family is unique and special. Some families are large. Others are small. But all families are special. Find out what makes a family.
The weather is different every day. It changes what we do in our day. Look inside to learn about the weather and how it is important to us all. Connect to the ...
Kangaroos live only in Australia. Learn all about these leaping, long-legged marsupials and their habitats in Kangaroos. Bring augmented reality to your ...
Did you know tigers are the biggest members of the cat family? Read to learn more about their size and other facts about this mammal. Bring augmented reality ...
Did you know many seals live in cold places? They have a thick layer of blubber under their skin that protects them. Read to learn more about the places seals ...
From hibernation to baby animals and falling leaves, life in the forest changes from season to season. Discover why snow is good for trees. Learn how wildfires ...
Find out how electricity and power work. Learn more about electric currents and circuits, and nature's role in generating power.
This book takes a very simple look at children's sense of sight. Leveled text with repeated use of high frequency words makes the book perfect for beginning ...
This book takes a very simple look at listening. Leveled text with repeated use of high frequency words makes the book perfect for beginning readers, while ...
Honeybees buzz from flower to flower. Everything they do helps the hive. Appeal to young children's fascination with nature with delightfully simple, fun text, ...
Compasses and magnetite, magnetic poles and motors - learn about how magnets affect our lives.
Describes the physical characteristics, life cycle, and behavior of earthworms. Includes anatomy diagram and activity.
Leaves use sunlight to make energy, and when the sun fades, leaves burst into color.
Blast into space with these titles on the moon, planets, stars, and sun. The galactic journey is bound to inspire your young astronomers.
What moves fast? What moves even faster? Find out when you read this book.
The moon circles Earth and looks different to us every day. Follow the phases to learn about the moon's changing shadows and light. Bring augmented reality to ...
Where are all of those ants headed? Living together in their busy homes, these insects collect food, reproduce, and care for young to keep their colonies ...
Did you know that the killer whale is actually the largest of the dolphin species? Learn this and more alongside beautiful, full-bleed color photographs.
What plants and animals call grassy flatlands home? Find out what lives in grassland habitats.
What's the matter with the three little pigs? They're being tormented by a hungry wolf! And no matter what kind of matter they use to build their homes, it ...
Get ready to see what people are wearing all over the world How are their clothes like yours How are they different ...
Describes the different phases of the moon. Connect to the fiction text pair, Max Jupiter.
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