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Discover the nature of symmetry as it appears in nature and the manmade world in Both Sides Are the Same.
Estimating introduces children to the times and places people make guesses about numbers.
People change the land in big and small ways. Whether it’s planting a garden or building a dam, we are always changing the land.
Learn about making sets and categories in this book about Sorting.
Counting Money introduces children to different coins and their values. It also shows children how to count combinations of coins.
In Measuring Time, children learn how we measure everything from seconds to years.
Find out about simple machines and how we use them every day.
Find out how people and animals stay warm when it is cold outside.
People go to work every day. They work in hospitals and offices. Read more to find out about the places people go to work.
Find out how people and animals rely on plants for the things they need in this beginning science book.
Patterns are everywhere, even on plants and animals. You can have fun finding some patterns as you read Patterns in Nature.
There are all kinds of farms, and readers will learn about many of them when they read this book.
Learn about addition and animals in this book that teaches beginning math and science concepts.
Although homes can be built in many different places from many different things, this book shows children that all homes are alike in some important ways.
This book explains sources of light, how light creates shadows, and properties of shadows.
People can work better and faster when they work together as a team. See how this true with these examples of good team work.
What is a dog’s life really like? Find out as you read about how dogs work and play.
Lots of animals have wings. Some wings are big and some are small. Some are covered with feathers and some are not. Read more to find out all about wings.
In this multicultural look at international holidays, children learn how people celebrate special days throughout the year in countries all around the world.
You learn about the world by using your five senses, and you can learn about your five senses by reading this book! ...
Compare structures built by people with structures built by animals. You’ll be surprised at how much they are alike ...
In Shapes, children review common shapes and then see how these can be combined to make different shapes. Two triangles can make a square, two squares can make ...
In Shapes in the City, children can see that there are shapes all around them. Photographs of city scenes feature squares, rectangles, triangles, and all kinds ...
Fractions introduces beginning concepts such as half, thirds, and fourths by showing how parts of common items make a whole.
Oceans are full of life, including interesting plants and animals. They are also places where people work and play. Find out more about them in this beautiful ...
No matter where you go in the world, everyone eats some kind of bread. In this book, readers will learn about the different kinds of Bread Around the World.
Every sport has rules that make it possible to play fairly and safely. Find out why knowing the rules is such an important part of playing any sport.
Take a hike through the rain forest and look at all of the beautiful animals and plants that live there, and learn about ordinal numbers at the same time.
Find out about two common physical forces in Pushes and Pulls, a beginning book about physics.
What do we want? What do we need? Explore the difference between these two categories in this book about basic economics.
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