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When you were a baby you could not walk. Now there are lots of things you can do! Connect to the fiction text pair, Our Baby.
Lots of the food we eat comes from plants. How do farmers grow and pick the plants? Read to find out! Connect to the fiction text pair, Where's Farmer Belle? ...
Learn about different jobs that adults can do. Children can do jobs, too, to help their family. Connect to the fiction text pair, The Little Clown.
A classroom of children use various materials to make bridges.Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Materials.
Get up! Get up! shouted the captain. But the lazy old pirates did not! ...
Lots of children came to Casey's dress-up party. But Sam was sick. Read Casey's letter to Sam. Connect to the fiction text pair, What is the Matter, Mrs.
Clancy Brown is the littlest clown at the Tip Top Circus. One day, Clancy is very sad because he doesn’t want to be a clown any more. He wants to be a fireman.
Some things are living. Some things are not living. How can you tell what is living? Connect to the fiction text pair, Our Special Family Garden.
Every morning, before school, Kate and Max would play fetch. But one morning, Kate was late for school. Poor Max! Will Kate have time to play fetch? Connect to ...
Two children have an eventful visit to a planetarium with their dad and grandma. Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Space and Our Solar System.
Learn about the properties of materials, such as plastic, glass, metal, wood and rubber. Connect to the fiction text pair, Kela's Bridge.
When will our baby come? asked Rosie. Soon, said Mom. But the baby didn't come! Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Growing Up.
Rosie has a lovely new home. But she can’t see a garden. Will Rosie and her family make a little garden? Look inside to find out. Connect to the nonfiction ...
Here are three playtime ball sports for you to play with your friends. Have fun! Connect to the fiction text pair, Looking at Kate.
The Sun, Earth, moon and planets are part of our solar system. Learn more about outer space. Connect to the fiction text pair, Lost in Space ...
Find out about four special celebrations around the world: Diwali in India, Chinese New Year, the Yam Festival in Africa and Shichi-Go-San in Japan. Learn ...
Rika is excited about going to buy a red kimono to wear for Children’s Day. But when they get to the shop, there are no red kimonos left. Then Mom gives Rika ...
Cam and Granny are on a big ferris wheel. Bang! Crunch! Oh, no! The ferris wheel has stopped. Cam and Granny are stuck at the top! Connect to the nonfiction ...
Two old pirates sat on the beach. Boo-hoo! Boo-hoo! they cried. When will our ship come back? ...
Oh, dear! Mrs. Long saw a tiger, a dinosaur, and a fairy. She must be very ill! Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Letter to Sam.
Wheels are everywhere! Look inside and see if you can find all the wheels. Connect to the fiction text pair, Stuck at the Top.
Where’s Farmer Belle? The animals are hungry, and Farmer Belle is missing. Has she gone away? Look inside to find out! Connect to the nonfiction text pair, ...
Camping can be lots of fun. People camp near rivers, lakes and in the woods. Read to find out all the things you can do when you go camping.
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Stan would really love a dog but he lives in a tall building in a big city. One day, when he is in the park with his dad, he sees a man walking lots of dogs.
Icebergs are large chunks of floating ice. Read to learn all about icebergs and how they are formed.
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