This set includes 6 copies of 10 fiction books (60 books total) and the Teacher's Guide on CD-ROM. Each beautifully illustrated and carefully leveled title features essential content in science (key concepts, vocabulary, problem solving strategies, and writing). Pair with nonfiction to create a balanced approach to beginning literacy in your classroom.
Students learn about simple and compound machines as they design a new playground that all children can use.
Kayla and her family have an unexpected adventure as they explore rock formations in a national park.
As Cody learns about rattlesnakes and their life cycle, his fear of snakes changes to appreciation.
Gina learns about animal adaptations by observing her mischievous new puppy.
After learning about the solar system in school, a boy inspires his family to look at the stars.
Three folktales from different cultures explain how the sun, the moon, and the stars came to be in the sky.
Students rescue tadpoles from a dried-up pond, then observe them as the tadpoles grow and change.
During a trip to the zoo, Nara discovers that she has a lot to learn about animal and plant adaptations.
Antonio and Dominica are the first people in their town to witness a new volcano growing in the cornfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Fix-It are trying to start their own repair business but keep getting interrupted by neighbors' requests for help.