The Small Group Library Single-Copy Set includes 1 copy of each of the 107 Small Group Library titles (642 books total). These leveled readers include award-winning trade titles and are engaging and motivating for all readers. Note: Small Group Library titles are drawn from multiple programs.
The Teacher's Edition Set is your complete resource for planning and instruction in 8 volumes. This set includes best practices, interactive whiteboard lessons, small group reading lessons, Practice Masters and answer keys, assessment and reteaching.
The Teacher Resource Package includes:
Read with Me Selection CD Set
Cross-Curricular Teamwork Activities, 4-pack
Language and Literacy Teamwork Activities, 4-pack
Sing with Me Language Songs CD Set
Benchmark Test Masters
Kids share ideas on how to earn, spend, and save money. A step-by-step model shows kids how to create their own plan to raise money for a charitable cause.
Focuses on the early life of Bell and his most famous invention
Learn about how Milton Hershey's passion for candy helped him to create one of the largest candy companies in the world.
From the 1960s to the 1990s, immigrants came to America from Asia, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean Islands, and Africa. Read why they came, how they tried to preserve their history and culture and about their contributions to American life.
People have left the Ukraine for the United States since the 1870s. Learn about the reasons why they choose to leave their homes and about the challenges they faced when they came to America.
In the 1850's many Chinese immigrated to the Unites States. They had heard stories about gold in California and decided to leave China
Discover why and how many Jewish people left Germany to start a new life in America.
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This book explores some of the reasons people immigrate to the U.S. from Mexico, the challenges they face, and how they influence the life and culture of their new society.
Sixth graders help to find alternative energy solutions to the town's energy crisis.
In the Planet Protectors series, students are introduced to some of the key environmental issues affecting the United States today. Each book explores a particular environmental problem. These fictional accounts develop as s... more
Trace the history of electricity and technology from early experiments with static electricity to the huge power grids we use today. You may be shocked by what you learn!
What should we be doing now to meet our future energy needs? Learn about the many kinds of power we use and how everyone can conserve energy.
Get a glimpse into the daily lives of ocean animals with Greg Marshall and his crittercam, a special camera that attaches to animals. Learn how technology has helped scientists learn about the behavior of many kinds of ocean animals.
Follow a sea turtle' s adventures and learn about the features of the oceans and the ocean floor. Meet human divers and deep-sea creatures along the way.
Dive to the ocean floor in a research submersible with world-renowned marine biologist Sylvia Earle. Learn how she has devoted her life to investigating and protecting the marine environment.
Looks at different types of plants and animals that live in a tide pool
Oceans play an important role in the water cycle, providing the water that evaporates into the air and falls to Earth as rain water that living things need.
Follow fugitive slaves Callie Taylor and William Ballard on their long walk to freedom from Kentucky to Canada on the Underground Railroad. Discover how abolitionists help them survive the long journey to freedom.
A Quaker family offers their home as a station on the Underground Railroad. When they host a family of runaway slaves, the community struggles with the decision about whether to protect them or turn them in.
Students will learn about important events that shaped American history through the Stan... more
Thomas and his family move to a huge historic house that people say is haunted. Will the family discover the secrets of the house, or will they be too scared to stay.
Learn about the long and bitter anti-slavery movement that lead to the Civil War. From the Underground Railroad to the fierce debates in Congress, discover how the history of this time was shaped by people such as Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, and Harriet Beecher Stowe.
In this chapter book, learn about Frederick Douglass, a former slave who became a powerful voice against slavery.
From 1915 to 1930, hundreds of African Americans migrated from the South. This is the story of why they left, how they adapted to city life, and how they changed American society.
Cesar Chavez changed the lives of thousands of people when he organized farm workers to join a labor union. His is still remembered as one of the greatest leaders in the history of the United States.
In 1902, a coal mining family faces challenges during a major coal strike. The striking miners must decide if the should hold out or give up on their efforts for better working conditions.
Students will learn about important events that shaped American history through the Stand Up and Speak Out series... more
From the 1840s to 1920, the suffragists waged a tireless campaign to win the vote for women. See how the ratification of the 35th Amendment ended the long battle fought by women such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Carrie Chapman Catt, and Alice Paul.
From 1955 to 1975, African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, and women battled discrimination and fought for equal rights. Read about each group's victories and the challenges they face today.From 1955 to 1975, African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, and women battled discrimination and fo... more
It isn't easy for an African American girl to play baseball. But Mamie Johnson uses her terrific skill and good sense to fight prejudice and become a professional player.
We need water for our bodies, everyday living, growing food, manufacturing, and fun. On average, each person in the United States uses 100 gallons of fresh water every day.
Travel across the world's deserts and learn how plants, animals, and people survive in the harsh desert environment. See how people have turned deserts into farmlands and cities.
See how rivers and lakes form borders, feed people, provide power, and are used for travel and trade. Use bar graphs to compare the lengths of rivers and the depths of lakes.
Wetlands are low areas covered in water all or part of the time. Wetlands are found all over the world where water is close to the Earth's surface or where water overflows from rivers and lakes.
Droughts are a form of extreme weather caused by long-term lack of rain in a place that normallly gets rain
A school well project helps a Maasai community in Kenya.
With the Kids Around the World series, use the power of content-based fiction to explore the relationship between traditional cultures and contemporary society. Students learn some of the many challenges modern life can pos... more
When the director of a popular TV show begins filming at the Portage Bay docks, he brings along actors and crew, as well as mayhem. Things begin to get mysterious when dead fish are found floating in the water. Twelve-year-old sleuth Hannah West investigates.
A family from Guatemala finds peace and a new life in Georgia.
Spanning different regions, time periods, and ethnic groups, this series of fictional accounts help students explore the American immigrant experience. Readers are introduced to some of the reasons why people move to a n... more
Lewis and Clark opened the doors for westward expansion when they set out in 1804 to discover what lay beyond the Mississippi. By the middle of the century, mass migration to the west had begun. In the 1880s, many people moved west to seek their fortunes. Find out what happened along the way, and learn about oth... more
The California Gold Rush.
Historical photographs show what life was like for pioneer and Indian children growing up in the American West during the late nineteenth century.
Describes the funding, adventures and riders of this most famous mail-delivery service
Before there were trains, people used horses and carts to travel across the land. Discover how the invention of the railroad changed the face of westward expansion.
In this chapter book, an 1860s crop shortage forces Eric and his family from their home in Sweden. Facing starvation, the family moves to the United States where they work hard to earn money to purchase a farm.
Spanning different regions, time periods, and ethnic groups, this series of... more
Discover how plastic is made and used, and how plastic waste affects the environment, how plastic can be reused and recycled, and how to reduce your own plastic waste.
Kids do care for Mother Earth. See how they plan projects, clean up the environment, and reuse and recycle resources.
Children around the world are working to preserve the environment. Learn more about what everyone can do to help.
Composting turns trash into fertile soil. Discover how composting works and learn how anyone can turn garbage into something good.
All over the world, young people can and do take action to take care of the planet. In this book, students will read more about what harms the planet and things they can do to heal their home and work toward a sustainable future.
Andrew's latest invention is supposed to shrink garbage, but it shrinks him and his cousin instead!
The people of Saddleboro think their town is cleaner than most. So when their feathery mascot is found dead, they want answers. A young boy named Tony is determined to find them. As he unravels this eco-mystery, Tony soon realizes that Saddleboro isn’t as clean as people may have thought.
An enterprising group of kids introduces a recycling program in their town.
In the Planet Protectors series, students are introduced to some of the key environmental issues affecting the United States today. Each book explores a particular environmental problem. These fictional accounts develop as students ide... more
Some kids discover that a pesticide is making both plants and people sick.
In the Planet Protectors series, students are introduced to some of the key environmental issues affecting the United States today. Each book explores a particular environmental problem. These fictional accounts develop as... more
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