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Neighborhoods come in all shapes and sizes. This carefully leveled series explores the people, places, jobs, and other important features of a neighborhood.
A neighborhood has teachers and doctors. There are police officers too. Do you know who your neighbors are? ...
A neighborhood has homes and stores. There are hospitals and libraries too. Which places do you see in your neighborhood? ...
You can wear a helmet when riding bike, or look both ways before crossing a street. How do you stay safe in your neighborhood? ...
Which signs can you spot in your neighborhood? Learning about signs found in most neighborhoods supports social studies standards for young learners. Kids can ...
How do you get around your neighborhood? From buses and trains to cars and by foot, people travel in many different ways. Through full-color photos and simple, ...
If I were a movie star, I would jet to places around the world. I would wear fancy costumes and get my hair and make-up done. I would make audiences laugh and ...
If I were a veterinarian, I would help sick animals get well. I would give shots, bandage wings, and remove swallowed toys. I would care for all sorts of ...
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