The Small Group Library Single-Copy Set includes 1 copy of each of the 104 Small Group Library titles (624 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
This set includes:
• 24 copies of the Student Anthology
• 1 copy of each of the 32 Explorer Books titles (both Pioneer and Pathfinder reading levels, 64 books total)
• 1 copy of each of the 104 Small Group Library titles (104 books total)
• access to myNGconnect The Student Anthology featur... more
This set includes:
• 24 copies of the Student Anthology
• 24 copies of the Practice Book
• 1 copy of each of the 32 Explorer Books title (both Pioneer and Pathfinder reading levels, 64 books total)
• 1 copies of each of the 104 Small Group Library titles (104 books total)
• access to m... more
Four students travel to the Rocky Mountains to study wolves. They quickly learn that people and wolves do not always get along. They show that some problems are caused by misunderstandings between wolves and people who live near them.
Students learn about science and field research in the Planet Patrol books. ... more
Archaeology is the scientific study of human life and culture in the past. During the twentieth century, archaeology evolved from a mere hobby into a rigorous scientific discipline. Students follow along as archaeologists uncover the secrets to Ancient Egypts hidden past through artifacts... more
Travel to the Andes with cultural anthropologist Johan Reihard as he unearths Incan mummies and artifacts. Learn about this ancient civilization, the challenges of high altitude archaeology, and how modern technology is used to glean information.
In World War II Japan, an American sailor and a Japanese woman learn the proper way to eat food in each other's cultures - with a fork and knife and with chopsticks. Once married, they practice both customs with their daughter.
The author shares the story of his mother's childhood in San Francisco, her problems upon returning to Japan, and how she met his father.
Learn more about smart animals that can count, learn sign language, and identify colors.
In this book, students read about some creatures that seem scary (and may even be dangerous), but will quickly discover that they are trying to survive just like we are.
Koko the gorilla uses sign language to talk to her handlers. When she asks for a pet, her handlers search high and low for the perfect companion.
A family faces and overcomes challenges as they rock climb, rappel, and explore caves.
When Randall falls from a horse, he needs medical attention. In the rural Australian outback, the Royal Flying Doctor Service rescues him and flies him to the hospital.
Experience a very different way of living as you visit the mining town of Coober Pedy, Australia. Step inside the underground homes and shops, come to the opal festival, and learn a bit of "strine" on the way.
Find out why ancient Egyptian civilization continues to fascinate people today. Explore the ancient tombs, see the mummies, and experience life along the Nile.
Take a look at the dramatically different environments in South America, the towering Andes, the grasslands, the Amazon rain forest, and the varied coastal areas. Examine how elevation and latitude affect the land and its vegetation and wildlife.
This book tells the story of the race between Amundsen and Scott to reach the South Pole first.
Mathew Henson survived poverty and racism as an African American, and he survived the dangers and challenges of the Arctic as one of the first people to reach the North Pole. This book tells the story of a man who risked his life to achieve his dreams.
Understanding how temperature, wind, air pressure, and precipitation interact to create our weather. Explore clues in the clouds and wind speeds. Learn why the weather changes and how forecasters predict change.
Wind can be a powerful force. Wind can even change the surface of the earth by wearing away some places and moving soil and rock to build up other places.
Tornadoes are caused by cold fronts and updrafts
Hurricanes are caused by cold fronts and high humidity
Understand the world's finite supply of water as it circulates through the water cycle. See how increasing the usable supply has both risks and benefits. Learn how water works for us and how we can conserve it.
Floods are caused by too much rain, hurricanes and melting snow
While on a hike in a temperate rain forest, Jess hears a thud and then a rustling sound. Has an animal fallen to the ground?
Josh and his twin sister Alexis know that sea turtle hatchlings have only one chance to get from their nests on the beach to the sea.
When Wayne goes away to camp, his brother Jeff accidentally throws away his science project on mold. Jeff must try to recreate the experiment before Wayne returns.
When Keesha discovers mold on her sandwich, Mrs. Frizzle takes the class on a tour of the mini microbe world where the kids learn first hand that these tiny beings can have huge effects.
An ecosystem consists of all living things and nonliving things within an area. An ecosystem is always experiencing changes. Many factors can affect the stability of an ecosystem.
Why are many animals in danger? What is a habitat? How can we protect wildlife? People are doing things that are putting our planet in danger. Discover what they are doing and how other people are trying to make things better. Every person can make a difference. Find out what you can do to help protect our planet.
In this chapter book adaptation of Jules Verne's classic novel, Professor Aronnax and his crew become prisoners of Captain Nemo, an adventurous underwater explorer. Will the professor and his crew ever escape, or will they travel the world with the crazy captain for the rest of their lives?
Scientists hunt for a Spanish shipwreck off the Florida Keys.
The Chronicles series of science-based adventure books introduces high-interest, scientific information within the context of an engaging story. Students are drawn into action-packed, fictional tales by National Geographic writers and photog... more
This book relates the true stories of treasure hunters, discussing their tools, secret codes that lead them to treasure, and laws regarding treasure hunting.
Giving thanks for the crops is important in many cultures. Learn about how people celebrate harvest festivals all over the world.
The voyages of Christopher Columbus changed the world.
Early contact between Native Americans and Europeans changed life in the Americas forever.
Join Bartolomeu Dias, Vasco de Gama, and Ferdinand Magellan on their search for a new trade route to the Indies. Find out how Prince Henry of Portugal ushered in an age of exploration.
Learn about famous pirates of the high seas. They risked their lives to find treasures around the world.
Forces cause things to move, stop and change direction
Discover how the brilliant scientist Sir Isaac Newton built on the work of scientific giants, including Copernicus and Galileo. See how his discoveries about the laws of motion help us understand how things move.
Enter the world of motion by taking a look at the forces that move objects on or around Earth. Explore how Newton's laws of motion, gravity, and friction affect dirt bikers, high speed trains, and even space shuttles.
Learn more about gravity, the force that keeps your feet on the ground. Gravity is very different on the Moon.
Take a voyage of discovery from the ancient Greeks to Galileo to astronauts today. Find out how technology, skill, and imagination help us explore our solar system.
Read all about Mexican culture. Students learn about Mexico's food, customs, clothing, art, and celebrations, as well as the ways past and modern cultures have influenced everyday life in Mexico.
Learn about the properties of stars and explore their dramatic life cycles. Discover how stars cluster into galaxies and how galaxies move apart as the universe expands. See how increasingly powerful tools allow us to explore farther into space.
A wandering American crocodile is caught and taken back to its home.
Wildlife Rescue is a company that helps wild animals. They take care of animals that are sick, injured, or in danger. Each rescue becomes an adventure. It takes our group of heroes all over the country to help endangered animals. Students lea... more