The Leveled Library Single-Copy Set includes 1 copy of each of the 128 Leveled Library titles (128 books total). These leveled readers include award-winning trade titles and are engaging and motivating for all readers. Note: Leveled Library titles are drawn from multiple programs.
The Teacher's Edition Set is a complete resource for planning and instruction in 8 volumes. It includes best practices, interactive whiteboard lessons, small group reading lessons, Practice Masters and answer keys, and assessment and reteaching.
The Teacher Resource Package includes:
Read with Me Big Books Single-Copy Set (16 Big Books total):
- The Adventures of Taxi Dog
- Serving the Community
- Little Skink's Tail
- A Frog Has a Sticky Tongue
- Lila and the Secret of Rain
- This Is the Rain
- Maria and the Baker’s Bread
- Fletcher and... more
Teaches animal group names while counting by twos
Animals use the environment in many ways, for nourishment and a home. Shows how animals adapt to and depend on their environments for survival.
Examines how bees make honey and how it gets from the hive to our homes
The town is a good place to live because of the helpful people who live there. This book examines their many useful jobs.
Most of the ocean animals we know live in the highest zone, or level, of the ocean. This book explores some of the very interesting animals that live in the other zones.
Looks at the plants and animals that live along the banks of the Mississippi River
Compares three different types of wetlands: bogs, swamps and marshes
Ari and his dad drive across the country to visit Ari's cousin Paul. Along the way, they send postcards to Paul of all the things they see and places they visit.
Simple text discusses the reasons for celebrating the major U.S. holidays, including Memorial Day and Thanksgiving.
Simple text describes a day visiting San Francisco: Take a plane into the city, ride the cable cars, go to the wharf, shop the gift shops, and enjoy the lights.
A field trip to show what things a state pays for.
Learn about some of the beautiful natural landmarks of the United States, including the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone Park. Maps help to geographically orient students.
This book introduces more famous landmarks in the United States.
There are many famous places in the United States, some of these places are natural landmarks and some are made by people. We use maps to identify the locations of landmarks
This photographic biography presents key events in the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. Simple text reinforces irregular past tense verbs.
Describes roles and levels of government, and rights and responsibilities of citizens.
Anna and her family learn all about their relatives' journey to America at the Immigration Museum when they find their family name, Kolokov, on the American Immigrant Wall of Honor.
This text describes American symbols: the flag, the national anthem, the bald eagle, the Capitol, and the Statue of Liberty.
Examines Alaska's daylight and varying temperatures and their effect on every day life
Shows things that children can do to help care for the earth
People in a city come and go, and you see people that you may never meet. This picture book version of Lois Lenski's poem celebrates the many people who live in cities.
This book shows how houses are built differently in different environments
This book observes the adjustments people make so that they can live in this harsh environment.
The power goes out in the city. See how people react and the role that the police and firefighters take to help keep the city safe until the power is back on.
When Rusty goes missing, members of the community rally to help find the little dog.
Follows a young narrator as he describes workers, public places and services
Discusses why many cities are located near bodies of water
Introduces basic body parts of a fish
Groups of thirsty animals approach the water but wait until the lions leave before drinking!
Considers how and why different animals use mud.
Identifies protective coverings of animals, including shells and spines.
Hide and seek is not a game in the ocean. Ocean animals hide from predators and seek prey to eat.
Considers how animals use camouflage to stay safe
Looks at some of the animals that make their home in a tide pool
Illustrates how an insect uses camouflage to stay safe
Teaches that animals live in many different kinds of habitats, and that each habitat provides the food, water, oxygen, and shelter that its inhabitants need.
Literature Small Book for shared reading. Develop concepts and vocabulary and build concepts of print.
Reveals the year round, seasonal and special purpose hideaways of various animals
Describes unusual things animals do to keep safe
This book explains what happens when it rains and how rain affects plants and animals. Two spreads detail the water cycle and facts about rain.
Looks at how a lake and lake-related activities change during the course of a year
Introduces the three basic components of Earth.
Looks at various forms of ice found in the natural world
Shows how water can be a liquid, a solid, or gas, giving examples of each stage
This book reveals how a dry bed becomes a lake during a desert storm. Learn about the adaptations that desert plants and animals have developed in order to survive their parched landscape.
This book explains how water can change from a solid to liquid or gas.
This book follows water from the faucet to rainwater falling into a river. A spread illustrates the whole cycle in a clear diagram.
Follows the Mississippi River from it's source in Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico
Tess and her librarian dad spend a day at the library, where Tess and her father both help people in parallel ways.
This book explains how different groups help to keep water clean and how doing this benefits everyone.
Introduces simple rules to make the kitchen a safer place
Looks at different jobs that require a person to work at night.
In this chapter book, Olivia and her cousins are ice skating when they see Uncle Terry's glasses stuck in the ice and decide to get them out.
Monica learns about local government as someone she knows runs for mayor - her mom!
Shows different views of things that can be seen from a skyscraper
Introduces the terminology of various landforms found on the earth
Lee has her own tree! She watches it grow and change from season to season - until one spring something surprising happens.
Old Ayu tells the story of learning to dance and then getting to perform for the whole village.
Communities provide things that people want and need, they have special places such as stores, parks and schools
Explores natural and cyclical changes in the environment, weather and all living things
Shows how natural forces cause constant changes to Earth's surface.
A resourceful little brother uses his wagon to pull bats and balls to his big brother's baseball game.
Mrs. Lee teaches her students counting and other math skills while designing the class's perfect pizza.
Describes the process of making tortillas from scratch
Two kids explain how to make a piñata out of flour, water, newspaper, and a balloon.
In the play, Kapi and his parents are making soup. What does it take to turn regular soup into "neighborhood soup"?
Considers aspects of communities, including jobs, wants and needs, and places in the community.
Messy Bessey cleans up her room and gives away her old toys and things.
Considers what leaders do and looks at examples of leaders in our lives
Students learn about simple and compound machines as they design a new playground that all children can use.
The comparison of sizes will make readers think as they enjoy this simple story about survival in nature.
Mr. Jay is having a very bad day! His faucet breaks, and his car won't start, so he calls a plumber and a mechanic for help.
The Student Anthology features paired reading selections with exclusive National Geographic content. Built-in instructional support and activities are also included.
This set includes 1 copy each of Practice Book Volume 1 and Practice Book Volume 2. Practice Books feature student activities for skills practice in phonics, reading, fluency, handwriting, spelling, vocabulary, and grammar.
Read On Your Own Books feature decodable text for phonics and high-frequency word application. Both fiction and nonfiction titles are included, encompassing a variety of science and social studies topics.
This set includes 1 copy each of the 32 Read On Your Own titles:
A Good Cause
A Nation Starts with Great People<... more