The Small Group Library Single-Copy Set includes 1 copy of each of the 122 Small Group Library titles. 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 Explorer Books Collection Single-Copy Set includes 1 copy each of 32 Pioneer and 32 Pathfinder titles (64 books total). Pioneer and Pathfinder editions present identical content at two different reading levels: Pioneer (grades 2-4) and Pathfinder (grades 4-6).
The 32 Pioneer/Pathfinder titles are:
Freedom Reader... more
Antonio and Dominica are the first people in their town to witness a new volcano growing in the cornfield.
A girl rushes to rescue her brothers as Mount St. Helens erupts. Will she and her family survive this devastating natural disaster?
Your students will learn about science as they read the Eyewitness series of realistic adventure stories. Each story takes place during a famous American natural disast... more
This book looks at how volcanoes form and why they erupt.
A boy survives the San Francisco earthquake in 1906. He bravely combats fire and falling buildings to help rescue his friends.
Your students will learn about science as they read the Eyewitness series of realistic adventure stories. Each story takes place during a famous American natural disaster. Reade... more
This informative book explains how earthquakes happen, describes several major quakes, and discusses how to stay safe in an earthquake.
Shows and explains how the continents, as well as wind, water, and ice, change the Earth's surface over time.
Using diagrams, illustrations, and examples of real volcanic eruptions this informative book explains how volcanoes form and what happens when they erupt.
Mr. and Mrs. Comfort invite their family over for spaghetti and meatballs, but they must keep rearranging the tables so that everyone has somewhere to sit.
Naomi's thinking skills lead her to find and solve a logistical problem - and make the high-wheeler race a success.
Against the order of his government, a Japanese diplomat in Lithuania issued thousands of visas to Jewish refugees to help them flee the Nazis during World War II.
This book explains why and how ancient Egyptians built the Great Pyramid at Giza, long before modern machines and tools.
Look at the math and physical science used in building this famous bridge
Focuses on the importance of the triangle and the arch for building a strong tower
A True Story of the Berlin Airlift and the Candy that Dropped from the Sky.
Life was grim in 1948 West Berlin, Germany. Josef Stalin blockaded all ground routes coming in and out of Berlin to cut off West Berliners from all food and essential supplies. Without outside help, over 2.2 million people would die.
Thus began the Berlin Airlift, a ... more
Franklin Delano Roosevelt was one of the greatest presidents of the United States. When he was President, the united States had many problems, but he showed Americans that nothing is impossible.
A wonderful story about the way a small village in Vietnam helped save the beautiful Sarus Crane. It reminds us that we must all share the inheritance if the creatures of the world, including ourselves, are to have a safe place in which to live.
Learn more about John Muir, a writer and explorer. He inspired Teddy Roosevelt to help protect the wilderness.
Introduces the famous animal researcher and considers the influence of her work
Rain forests play an important role in the oxygen cycle, providing the oxygen that animals and people need. The different trees in rain forests have different uses
A red-eyed tree frog spends an evening in the rain forest searching for food and hiding from predators.
Examines three case studies that look at why frogs around the world are disappearing
Oceans are essential for life on earth. They also provide a rich habitat for millions of plants and animals.
Tropical rain forests are mostly found between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn. The warm temperatures, high humidity an abundant rainfall support the dense plant growth that provides millions of species of animals with food and shelter.
Introduces habitats and creatures at varying altitudes
The Amazon rainforest is home to many plants and animals. The rain forest provides shelter and energy to its inhabitants.
Trek through the dense rain forests with scientists who gather information about these amazing ecosystems. From central Africa to Borneo to Bolivia, you will learn about plants and animals that live in these jungles.
Explore the prairie ecosystem, its populations, habitats, food chains, and food webs. Learn the relationships between the living and the nonliving parts of an ecosystem and how ecosystems stay in balance.
Marisol and her neighbors transform a vacant lot into a lush community garden. Marisol surprises everyone by growing the most special plant in the garden.
Life is difficult for Tal and his family in their Thai village, but Tal and his friends may have a plan that can help. The three children work to save rural traditions.
With the Kids Around the World series, use the power of content-based fiction to explore the rela... more
Cactuses are special plants that can live in deserts. Learn about how they collect water in thick stems and protect themselves with sharp spines.
Plants have features that allow them to live in many places.
Temperate forests are warm in the winter and cool in the summer. It has rich soil that makes it a good habitat for many kinds of plants.
Simple text explains the life cycle of the tomato from seed to harvest and discusses the versatile tomato's many uses.
Explains how we get the wood that we use to build things
Dig into the green world that grows silently around us. Explore how plants make their own food, protect themselves, reproduce, provide much of the earth's oxygen, and even combat pollution.
Describes the farming, harvesting and marketing of rice throughout the world
Nine years after the atom bomb was dropped in Hiroshima Japan, Sadako begins to feel sick from the radiation and dies. But her bravery is not forgotten, and her classmates carry on her wish--to make 1,000 paper cranes.
Ryan and Jimmy and The Well in Africa That Brought Them Together
A Turkish tale: Hodja brags that the cold doesn't bother him, so his friend Kemal challenges him to stay out all night without a fire. Hodja loses the bet, but uses the same logic to keep Kemal from the winnings.
Tomás is the son of migrant workers. His grandfather would tell stories at night. One day he said Tomás should go to the library to read other stories. Based on the true story of Tomás Rivera.
On a very hot day, Paolo and Teresa learn about freezing and melting liquids by making cold slushes.
Hikers discover a frozen mummy in the Alps. Scientists can learn a lot from studying its preserved remains.
Teaches the most common states of matter.
The world is made of matter.
Learn about states of matter, how matter is measured, and how atoms are arranged. See how changes in matter have helped us create everything from artificial hearts to bulletproof vests.
This informative picture book describes the sediments and layers that make up dirt and explains how dirt supports all life on Earth.
Take a close look at what sand is made of and how it moves from place to place
Many things have changed for the Lakota people, but hoop dancing brings all the children together. A teacher in South Dakota, who is a member of the Lakota tribe, uses hoop dancing to teach children how they are all the same.
The Student Anthology features paired reading selections with exclusive National Geographic content. Built-in instructional support and activities are also included.
The Practice Book includes student activities for skills practice in vocabulary, language, grammar, reading, and fluency.