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):
- Mystery Bottle
- Tortillas and Lullabies
- Life in the Forest
- Zina, the Wooden Puppet
- How Did That Get In My Lunchbox?
- Wen-mei and Her Clay ... more
Teaches that wind, water, and sunlight are powerful forces that affect both living and nonliving things.
This book compares contemporary and old forms of transportation -- cars, trains, airplanes, ships, and buses.
A class visits the Transportation Museum, which highlights early transportation with different types of vehicles. They see antique cars, planes, ships, and trains.
The way people do everyday tasks changes over time. Compare life in the past with life in the present
A grandfather reminisces about life in his town in the past and present.
A town grows when a new factory is built. The workers need new houses, stores, and parks.
Old and new photographs, along with simple text, show how and why a town has grown and changed over the years.
A girl compares her school with her great-great grandpa's school from long ago.
A boy shares all the ways he and his grandpa are the same.
Emily is helping her grandmother clean out the attic when she finds her great-great-grandmother's diary.
This book looks at how Thomas Edison's inventions affect our lives today.
Inventions have changed many things over the years. Learn how travel, cooking, and communication have changed dramatically.
Asks what numbers mean in different places
This book explains how symbols and a key are used to show objects on a map.
Simple text explains the roles that family members play in different families.
Shows how road signs help us find our way and stay safe
Simple maps show all the places and activities a family can enjoy at the park.
Teaches students how to read a map by finding their way around a zoo
Students follow along as a girl shows where she lives on national and state maps.
Maps can show where you are anywhere in the world! This book will show how easy it is to find the places they know and love with help from a map.
Jill uses a map to help keep track of the places where her dog, Bingo, has been burying his bones to save them from being taken by Hulk, the cat.
Connor and his mom have just moved to a new town, and Connor has not yet met any kids. A detour on the bike trail helps him find what he needs the most.
This book teaches the concept and importance of a map key.
In this play, Hannah and her mom and dad are helping Grandpa clean out his basement when Hannah discovers a treasure map her dad made.
This book shows children many activities one family does to keep fit.
Shows a variety of mothers and activities they do.
Uncle Elephant comes to the rescue when his nephew's parents are lost at sea and cares for him until they are found again.
A father and daughter go fishing.
Tells the types of plants familiar fruits and vegetables are grown on.
This book looks at the things a baby bird needs to survive.
Simple text in a lift-the-flap book teaches that dogs, cats, and fish all need food, water, and a place to live.
Visits various habitats including mountains, plains, forests, deserts, and wetlands
This book helps children identify foods that animals and people eat.
Illustrates the range of creatures that need water to live
Teaches that all animals have basic needs, including food, water, and a safe place to live.
A little boy just knows that a carrot will grow from the seed he plants, despite what his family tells him.
Walks students through the steps of growing a grass pet.
Beginning with a polar bear, the text illustrates a simple food chain.
Explains how potatoes are grown and harvested
Looks at how a pine tree changes as it grows
Shows the many different ways we use water
Readers are asked questions such as "Where can you shop for food?" They see photos of three different stores, predict which photo is the answer, and turn the page to verify their predictions.
Farmer Kay's corn goes from farm to store to home and becomes a tasty meal for a family.
Dad loves to make pizza and considers opening a pizza restaurant. The family thinks about all the things they would need and how to get them.
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 that people use different types of transportation to move from place to place.
Single copy of Food. This concept book shows how different foods go from the farm to the table.
Teaches that manufactured goods are both imported and exported
Follows a young shopper spending coins at the market
Looks at how plants grow and at parts of plants that we eat as food.
Trucks move goods from fields and factories to stores and homes.
Shows all the people and steps involved in making ice cream
A puppy sees all the baby animals on the farm
Simple text and full-page photographs show different types of animals hatching from eggs—from birds to reptiles.
A mother hen looks for her egg
Readers learn about life cycles, as a little panda grows from a tiny baby into an adult panda.
Hen thinks one big egg in her nest must belong to another animal, but it hatches into a very big chick.
Follows a child helping her father do chores around the house
Focuses on animals and how they care for their young
Examines the life cycle of a frog and how it transforms from a tadpole to a frog
Teaches verbs as it explores the life of a monkey.
Shows the different things parents do to take care of their children
Develop concepts and vocabulary and build concepts of print
Simple text and ample visual support show various ways that an elephant uses its trunk.
Jenna laughs at her mother's silly suggestions for a pet, and then chooses a suitable animal - a fish.
Many animals leave marks in the wet sand with their bodies, flippers, and tails.
Shows the different ways animals can move and how animals can be grouped according to how they move.
A zany zookeeper gives rhyming clues that keep children guessing the identities of mystery zoo animals.
Compares different measurements of a cheetah's size and speed.
Considers how a polar bear is uniquely suited to live in the Arctic
A young girl introduces readers to members of her family and tells what activities they do to have fun together.
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.
Introduces adaptations that allow some animals to climb vertical surfaces
Examines a cat's unique features that help it survive
Traces the life cycle of dolphins and examines how they live in the sea.
Shows activites a child might do in different weather
Rex the dog runs outside, jumps in a puddle, rolls in the mud - and shakes water all over the girl waiting for him with a towel.
Shows the annual cycle of seasons from spring to summer to fall to winter and back again to spring.
Describes changes that occur when spring arrives
Single copy of Weather and Seasons. This book shows how weather and seasons change, how weather affects people, and how changes in the weather and seasons can be observed.
This book shows children that they can be best friends with people whose families are different from their own.
Shows how the color of the sky changes during the course of the day.
Introduces the concept of the calendar and shows seasonal activities.
This book illustrates how the sun demonstrates its power.
Read about the methods for figuring out what the weather will be and how to dress accordingly.
Considers the things that people do to live in a cold climate
Introduces various tools that scientists use to measure weather conditions
This book is about the power of wind, how wind shapes trees, scatters seeds, and shapes sand dunes.
One day, the wind blows away many things. Soon everyone is chasing the wind, as it blows everyone’s possessions out to sea.
In this New Mexico folktale, a little ant who tricks the mighty wind into helping her when she is stranded by a storm.
Sam and his dad shop for presents and food for his mom's birthday.
The 2 volumes of the Student Anthology Set feature paired reading selections with exclusive National Geographic content. Built-in instructional support and activities are also included.
The 2 volumes of the Practice Book Set feature student activities for skills practice in phonics, reading, fluency, handwriting, spelling, vocabulary, and grammar.