Considers the things that people do to live in a cold climate
Teaches the days of the week by looking at a child's household chores.
Considers the different types of jobs you might find at a beach
Looks at the similarities among different professions
This book follows a boy and his dad as they go shopping for groceries.
Describes the process of making tortillas from scratch
Describes how different types of seeds are moved from place to place
Beginning with a polar bear, the text illustrates a simple food chain.
Looks at how a pine tree changes as it grows
Looks at various forms of ice found in the natural world
How you use your five senses when baking bread
Shows things that children can do to help care for the earth
Most of the food we eat comes from farms. Using strong picture support, this text explains how a farm produces each of the foods in a little boy's lunch: milk from cows and bread from wheat.
Shows different types of aircraft and how they fly
This book shows how houses are built differently in different environments
This book shows children many activities one family does to keep fit.
Students follow along as a girl shows where she lives on national and state maps.
Shows why listening is an important skill
Considers how machines can be used to help you make breakfast
Introduces children to common foods that were first made in another country
Introduces various tools that scientists use to measure weather conditions
Examines how fruit juice changes when it is put in the freezer
What do the Johnsons need? Mom, Dad, Sam, and Anna need a home, clothes, food and water, and each other.
Considers the accessories worn to play different sports
Looks at how you use your five senses at school.
Considers objects in the classroom that are made from different materials
Shows how water can be a liquid, a solid, or gas, giving examples of each stage
Explores the effects of heat on different objects
Looks at how a lake and lake-related activities change during the course of a year
Compares the things that kids used to do for fun with the things that kids do for fun today
Shows different views of things that can be seen from a skyscraper
A town grows when a new factory is built. The workers need new houses, stores, and parks.
Considers how a polar bear is uniquely suited to live in the Arctic
Uses events in a childs life to demonstrate how a timeline shows a sequence of events
Explores magnification by looking at a single object under different levels of magnification.
Demonstrates how ingredients and tools are necessary elements when cooking dinner
Examines how the size of a shadow changes throughout the course of a day.
Presents different tools people use to help them see better
Identifies protective coverings of animals, including shells and spines.
Walks students through the steps of growing a grass pet.
This book shows that different types of plants grow from different types of seeds.
Compares how things look with the naked eye and under a microscope.
Penguin parents hatch an egg and feed their chick. This text looks at the life cycle of a baby penguin.
Shows how soil, water and sunlight are needed to make a garden grow
Shows how a snorkel makes it possible to breathe underwater
Follows a girl on her trip to the city and shows how her father anticipates her needs
Explores the differences between manufacturing and service jobs
Examines the role of a teacher
This book observes the adjustments people make so that they can live in this harsh environment.
A girl compares her school with her great-great grandpa's school from long ago.
Introduces the terminology of various landforms found on the earth
Teaches that manufactured goods are both imported and exported
Read about the methods for figuring out what the weather will be and how to dress accordingly.
Shows how the color of the sky changes during the course of the day.
Discusses the characteristics shared by all birds
Traces the life cycle of dolphins and examines how they live in the sea.
Looks at some of the reasons people move from one place to another
Teaches how to find information on a calendar
Introduces the three basic components of Earth.
Many animals leave marks in the wet sand with their bodies, flippers, and tails.
Considers how and why different animals use mud.
Animals have interesting features, such as sticky tongues or horns that help them find food and protect themselves. This book points out characteristics shared by seemingly very different animals.
Presents rules that will help classmates work together
Shows students working together to take care of a class's stuffed animal
This book looks at the moon and the stars that you can see in the night sky.
Introduces garden tools and how they are used
Examines the gear required and the process for catching fish
A boy talks about all the places he passes while walking home from school. Each place provides a different service.
Compares the inedible skins of various fruits and vegetables and their edible interiors.
Demonstrates how corn and sugar change as they are made into these popular treats.
A behind the scenes look at what happens to luggage once it's checked in.
Teaches students how to read a map by finding their way around a zoo
Simple maps show all the places and activities a family can enjoy at the park.
The town is a good place to live because of the helpful people who live there. This book examines their many useful jobs.
Simple text explains how some common vegetables are stems, roots, and flower buds of plants.
Learn more about the moon and what it is like there. Simple text and large photographs of moon landings and exploratory missions show the moon’s landscape.
Shows the steps involved in making a grilled cheese sandwich
Looks at how some things move because they are pushed or pulled.
Shows how to grow a pansy
Helps children tell time by using both digital and analog clocks.