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A collection of jokes and riddles about numbers, letters, names, and silly words.
Introduces counting by tens by counting the number of feet that a centipede travels--in both English and Spanish.
Where did the ghost’s baby brother go during the day? TO DAY SCARE! These funny family jokes will have you saying, "Uncle!" ...
It’s grocery shopping day, and Gabe’s father has made a shopping list. Gabe has a list of his own, and it’s nothing like Dad’s. What will they bring home? ...
Mom has a gift for Greg, but what is it? He keeps asking questions to find out… Follow along with the clues! ...
Willie, a silly worm who hates dirt and mud, changes his thinking after an accident.
Why is the letter A like a flower? BECAUSE A B COMES AFTER IT! You can count on these jokes about letters and numbers to make you giggle.
Who works in a stadium? Where do the players get ready for the big game? Who makes all those hot dogs? Go on a guided tour of a stadium to find out! Meet a ...
Who works in a dentist’s office? Why do they X-ray your teeth? What causes cavities? Go on a guided tour of a dentist’s office and find out! Meet the people ...
Why is it so warm inside the greenhouse? Which plants prefer cooler, dry air? Which like it hot and wet? Who takes care of all these plants? Go on a guided ...
Who works in a theater? What is the green room? How do actors know where to stand on stage? Who controls the lights? Go on a guided tour of a theater to find ...
Zach and his favorite toy, Clinks the robot, play together every day, but at night the mechanical plaything has a life of its own.
Mac made four snowmen. At night, something special happens. Find out what magic Mac gets to see.
What do you call a man who takes other people's things? ROB! See if your name makes the list of nuttiest name jokes.
Amy and Brad's parents go to the movies, leaving them with a babysitter who knows just what to do to make them happy.
Introduces counting by tens by counting the number of ants at a picnic.
Introduces counting by tens by counting the number of buttons in the jar.
Take an alphabetical exploration of the people, geography, animals, plants, history, and culture of Guatemala! Filled with colorful illustrations and ...
A group of children go on a field trip for a guided tour of city hall, where they learn about the roles of the city council, the mayor, and other city ...
A group of children go on a field trip for a guided tour of a bank, where they learn about how money is stored and distributed. Includes an activity.
A group of children go on a field trip for a guided tour of a hospital, where they learn about the admitting office, the emergency room, and other areas of the ...
A group of children go on a field trip for a guided tour of a newspaper, where they learn how reporters, photographers, and other staff members work together ...
A group of children go on a field trip for a guided tour of a public library, where they learn how to find and check out books and other materials. Includes an ...
A group of children go on a field trip for a guided tour of the United States Mint in Philadelphia, where they learn how coins are made. Includes an activity.
In the hopes of receiving some mail of her own, Paula writes a letter to her grandparents.
Introduces counting by tens by counting the number of petals in a vase full of daisies.
Anne gets a treat for keeping her side of their shared room neat and clean, however messy Gina does not.
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