Why are some places on Earth hot and dry? Why do other places have thick, lush forests? Why are some places blanketed with snow during the winter while others get lots of rain? The answers to these questions can be summed up in one word: climate! Focusing on temperature, precipitation, and other factors, this book uses real-life examples to explain what climate is to young readers. Filled with information perfectly suited to the abilities and interests of an early elementary audience, this colorful, fact-filled volume gives readers a chance not only to learn about climate, but also to develop their powers of observation and critical thinking. From graphics that illustrate temperature and rainfall ranges to comparisons that show how a reader's "home" climate compares to other climates around the world, this book makes learning about the forces affecting climate a fun, lively experience.
"Wow!" "Why did that happen?" "Can we do more?" These are the kinds of comments teachers hear when they use exciting adventures to introduce their students to the "magic" of science. All the activities are based on sound scientific principles that help youngsters develop scientific awareness and appreciation. Complete lessons and objectives are included in each book.
This piece describes the many different shapes and sizes of clouds, and what they mean for the day's weather. (eBook and audio file bundle)
Publisher: Highlights for Children
Product ID: HFC9781682388976
Grades: Grades K - 2
Level(s): Early Childhood, Primary
File Size: 5.27 MB
Whiteboard Compatible: Yes (Level 1)
ISBN (Digital Book): 9781682388976
Betty and Mary Ann are home alone when the dust storm hits their Oklahoma farm. Can Betty get her horse to shelter in time? (eBook and audio file bundle)
Long ago in Romania, a prince dealt fairly with a lying merchant and an honest peasant. (eBook and audio file bundle)
Jason not only picks out the perfect pumpkin for a fall project, he also learns how to deal with a class bully. (eBook and audio file bundle)
These stone messengers have ancient beginnings. (eBook and audio file bundle)
Your class will travel from India to Turkey, Russia, Japan and beyond with 9 worldly folktales from Highlights™ magazine. These meaningful fiction pieces will expose students to foreign cultures and faraway lands, while teaching them ways to live life wisely.
A collection of nine original and retold folktales from Highlights®. Stories from all over the world, including India, Turkey, Russia, and Japan will expose students to foreign cultures and faraway lands. Each story is beautifully illustrated. Common Core-aligned Skills Masters accompany each story. Answer keys are included.
In this collection of three beautifully illustrated stories from Highlights High Five®, a sick prince is rescued by the children of the realm in "Grumps"; a robin tells her friends about her nest and begins to worry, Is my nest good enough? in "Robin's Best Nest"; and a young desert hare ignores the warning of his mother and friends in "I Smell Rain."
A set of three illustrated stories from Highlights High Five®. In "Daddy's Coming Home!" Caleb's father is returning home from an overseas deployment and Caleb worries, Will Daddy remember me? In "Raju's New Book," Raju finds a clever way to get his busy family members to read his new book to him. And in "Finding Room for Teddy," when Sammy and Mama are packing up their house he finds a solution to the problem of not enough room for his beloved teddy bear.
Three delightfully illustrated stories from Highlights High Five®. In the retelling of the traditional tale, "Hummingbird and Heron," readers learn why hummingbirds eat nectar and heron eat fish. In the cumulative tale "Five Frosty Friends," five adorable snowmen struggle to stay on their sleds. And in the cumulative tale "Six Spotted Seals," each seal gradually moves from the shore to the sea.
In this collection of six stories from Highlights High Five®, three were written by Joy Cowley ("Elephant Work," "Shampoo," and Duck Town"). All six stories feature animal characters. The lavish illustrations and large print make them suitable as read-alouds for preschoolers and as texts for beginning readers.
A zany collection of silly animal tales from the pages of Highlights High Five®. From backyard bunnies who act like rock stars to a rooster who can't stop hiccupping long enough to crow, these stories will delight preschoolers and beginning readers alike.
A delightful collection of stories from Highlights High Five®. The large, colorful illustrations support the brief texts and many of them are told in rhyme. Written by Joy Cowley, Nancy White Carlstrom, and others, these stories are perfect for story-time in a preschool classroom or for independent reading time in a primary grade classroom.
Tex and Indi are five-year-old twins who live in San Francisco with their cat named Cow, their big sister, Arizona, and their mom and dad. Their stories appear monthly in Highlights High Five®. In this collection of 10 stories, the twins go shopping for birthday presents for a friend, dive into reading at the local public library, make banana bread in their classroom, help on a farm, and much more. With illustration support and simple texts, these stories will appeal to both preschoolers and beginning readers.
Bert and Beth are young orangutans who live with their grandpa. They don't look like humans, but they certainly act like them. Their stories appear regularly in Highlights High Five®. In this collection of 10 stories, they imagine themselves in the stories Grandpa reads at bedtime, invite their friends over to play, fly a kite, and more. These very short texts are just right for reading aloud to preschoolers and sharing with beginning readers.
Max, a porcupine, Felix, a rabbit, and Harriet, a raccoon, are the best of friends. Their stories appear regularly in Highlights High Five®. Young beginning readers and preschool listeners alike will delight in this collection of five stories. The three friends hike through the woods, hunt for lost toys, surprise their elderly neighbor with a handmade gift, and more.
In these 19 stories from Highlights High Five®, one character in each story speaks in Spanish. The Spanish text is printed in color and a pronunciation guide and a translation of the text is included in each story. The children in these stories celebrate the 100th day of school, help in the garden, read to the library story dog, bring home a new kitten from the shelter, and more. Perfect for both English and Spanish-speaking listeners and readers.
Your children will be eager to find the nine hidden objects in each illustration in this collection of 10 My First Hidden Pictures™ Puzzles from Highlights High Five®. Each puzzle is paired with a nursery rhyme, making these puzzles an excellent resource to strengthen children's ability to read a picture, understand the conventions of print, and identify letters as you talk about the object labels.
A collection of rebuses from Highlights®. Rebuses have long been used by teachers and parents to help young children learn to read. Pictures are substituted for words that students may not be able to identify or decode. Illustrated by the award-winning illustrators that contribute to Highlights®.
The ten word puzzles that make up this collection are ideal for literacy skills-building. And they're fun! Perfect for learning centers or take-home activities. From the creators of Highlights®. Answer key is included.
A lively collection of 19 illustrated poems from Highlights High Five®. Each poem's illustration includes a puzzle. After listening to or reading the poem, children will hunt for letters hidden in the illustration, count sets of objects to determine quantity, and more. A great addition to your poetry and skill building lessons.
Little Bunny is an industrious little bunny who lives with his mama and papa. He loves to celebrate – and almost any day will do. In this collection of 10 stories, Little Bunny celebrates the first day of spring, the first day of summer, Papa's birthday, and more. With strong illustration support, these texts are perfect for beginning readers. And the delightful plots will entertain preschoolers at story-time.
A rhyming poem about how all different kinds of baby animals grow up. (eBook and audio file bundle)
Mole's friends find a way to help get rid of the clutter in his house. (eBook and audio file bundle)
After saying they're all too busy, these family members end up helping hem Papa's new pants a little too much. (eBook and audio file bundle)
Max can't find his friends on his birthday. Then he discovers they were throwing a surprise party for him! (eBook and audio file bundle)
Tex, Indi, and Mom go to the pet store to buy cat food for Cow, but the confused clerk explains to them that he doesn't sell cow food. (eBook and audio file bundle)
In fourth grade, Dr. Jackson learned an important lesson about listening to others and giving them a chance. (eBook and audio file bundle)
Travel around Lake Superior with this hiker. (eBook and audio file bundle)
David is ready to ride without training wheels--should he wait two weeks so that his dad can take them off? (eBook and audio file bundle)
A story about lighting luminaries for Christmas. (eBook and audio file bundle)