8 copies of Explore on Your Own: Go For It!, an on-level reader. Take a snowboarding trip. Learn about the different tricks and terrains that help you use force and motion to get to the bottom of the hill on your snowboard. Explore on Your Own books offer the flexibility to extend learning in the science time block or to provide connected independent reading in the language arts block.
The Teacher's Edition is your complete resource for planning and instruction.
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This set includes 8 copies each of 18 titles (144 books total)
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Leveled Science Readers
Build content literacy with independent readers that connect to early elementary science content. Three topic books for each content theme progress in reading/difficulty level, building confid... more
Explore on Your Own books offer the flexibility to extend learning in the science block or to provide connected independent reading in the language arts block.
This set includes 1 copy each of 18 titles:
What Are They Good For?
Eat or Be Eaten
Why Don’t Crocodiles Make Good Pets?
A Butterfly’s Favorite Plant
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This set includes 8 copies each of 8 titles (64 books), Teacher’s Edition, Big Ideas Big Book, Write About Big Book, Learning Masters, Big Ideas & Vocabulary Cards, Assessment Handbook, and Science ExamView® CD-ROM
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Single copy of Explore on Your Own: Go For It!, an on-level reader.
8 copies of Explore on Your Own: Do You Like to Bike?, an above-level reader. Read about the different terrains and bike types that will help you learn about forces and motion on a bike and how going uphill or downhill changes which forces you use.
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8 copies of Explore on Your Own: Juggle, Shoot, and Score, a below-level reader. Read about how soccer uses force during a game. Learn different moves to explain how different types of force contribute to the game.
Explore on Your Own books offer the flexibil... more