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How long do butterflies live? What are baby frogs called? Readers will learn the answers to these questions and more in this engaging series about the life cycles of different animals. Levelled text and vivid photography highlight basic facts about each animal, while special features further illustrate the animal’s diet, size, and life stages. Each book concludes with a full-page feature that helps readers visualize the animal’s life cycle. This series about animals growing up is a great choice
What animals do you see out your window? This series for beginning readers introduces these critters through simple, predictable text. Features including labelled diagrams and food graphics reinforce content while bright, colourful photos aid in comprehension and keep readers engaged. Get ready to explore the animals in your yard with this fun series!
The Arctic is a barren land of blustering winds and sub-zero temperatures unfit for many of Earth's animals. But some have evolved to make this frozen world their home. Each title in Animals of the Arctic is filled with descriptions of adaptations, from special coats to inventive behaviours, explaining how animals survive in the Arctic!
This series for young readers explores the forest biome and the animals that live there, offering low-level text and vibrant photos alongside features that highlight range, conservation status, and diet. Readers will learn how animals are specially adapted to thrive in the forest!
The Social Justice Standards from Learning for Justice are a proven framework for developing anti-bias in students. This series shows the Social Justice Standards in action in school and in the community, modeling best practices for young readers as they learn to interact with others--and themselves. Engaging inquiry-based sidebars encourage students to think, create, guess, and ask questions around the content.
Chirp! Tweet! Backyard birds have busy lives. In this beginning series, simple text and vibrant photos help young readers learn all about where these birds live, what they eat, and how they survive when the weather gets cold. Visual features further illustrate these birds? relatives, foods, and calls. This engaging series will inspire readers to look out for their favourite birds!
People everywhere are going green! In this series, we show readers how they can be warriors! Waste warriors, that is! Each book contains information on real waste problems along with tips on how readers can do their part in the battle to save Earth. Includes practical ways to reduce waste and reuse everyday items that typically get thrown away. To reinforce comprehension, we include step-by-step instructions to make a project of their own.
This series is designed to show you how to master favourite sports and get you on the road to athletic success! Discover the right way to get fit and stay fit.
These Beginning Science titles will focus on topics having to do with body functions. Sometimes, a body does gross things! Each title will introduce the topic and explain it in the simplest language possible. Carefully chosen photographs (labeled when needed) will promote subject comprehension. Aligned to Common Core standards & correlated to state standards.
Most things have a beginning and end that are easily identified. But what about all the steps in between? Each title in this low-level series allows early readers to follow a product's path from start to finish! Maps point out where each product begins its journey, while another feature displays the important elements needed to get a finished product. Life cycle charts offer readers a visual summary of what they have learned, and impact features highlight how each product affects the world.