Introduce beginning readers to important figures in our country's history and help them build fluency with these engaging plays. Rhyme, repetition, and simple, predictable language help young learners build reading confidence. Topics include George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Harriet Tubman, Martin Luther King, Jr., and more. Background information and extension activities teach key concepts and vocabulary.
Build fluent reading skills with seven engaging scripts, based on folk tales from around the world. Specially written for beginning readers, with each part color-coded. Includes colorful stick puppets perfect for retelling.
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Explore national symbols through which American values and principles are expressed. This book assists children in understanding the cultural importance of this icon, the history, and why it's associated with national identity.
Learn how cows live on the farm. Discover what they eat and how they give milk.
Learn and play with the Giant and his friends! The Giant Activity Book: Dot-to-Dots & Puzzles is just right for fun at home or on the go. Dot-to-dot and puzzle pages will delight children ages 4+ while building attention, fine-motor ability, and early learning skills. With the Giant Activity Books, young children can practice basic skills along with the Giant and his friends. Activities support fine-motor development, alphabet and number skills, basic concepts, creative thinking, and problem-solving. The books include Giant-themed activities such as matching, sorting, mazes, dot-to-dot, patterns, puzzles, and word searches. Parents will like the early learning skills, while children will be drawn to the playful Giant and character illustrations in these collectible activity books.
Don't let the students have all the fun! Energize staff and parent gatherings with meaningful readings about school climate, success, advice on good parenting from kids, and more! Just cut out and laminate the colored game cards. Connections games are easily stored in manila folders.
Asia: Southeastern Asia explores some of the region's main features through interactive maps and hands-on activities. Reproducible worksheets and Internet extensions are also included.
Golden Heart: The gorgeous Ariel Holiday always gets what she wants - according to her. After crossing the line one-too-many times she has no one to turn to except Ryder when something terrible happens to her family. Deep Soul: Ryder-super fine baller and captain of Grove Hill’s defense gets a little too friendly with a smokin’ hot teacher. After connecting with beautiful Ariel, he’s trying to get back on track, but Ryder’s mother and Ariel’s father have some serious objections to this budding relationship.
Fast-paced and easy-to-read, these 32-page graphic biographies teach students about historical figures: those who lead us into new territory, pursued scientific discoveries; battled injustice and prejudice; and more.
Help students get the most out of independent reading with these trifold “bookmarks” for 40 nonfiction books at Guided Reading levels N-W. Each trifold is divided into manageable reading assignments, that guide students through books on high-interest topics such as animals, natural disasters, and famous Americans. The assignments target key nonfiction structures and text features including maps, diagrams, and photos. Various reading strategies, comprehension questions, and graphic organizers also boost students’ understanding of the topic and help them summarize what they read. These tools are a snap to use and will save teachers hours of preparation!