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| Grades K-3
This hands-on literacy tool includes picture and letter cubes for developing foundational language arts skills. . Reading Rods Alphabet and Phonemic Awareness Individual Student Kit helps students reinforce, practice, and master key literacy skills. The kit assists pre-emergent and emergent readers in manipulating picture and letter rods to help develop phonemic, phonological, and alphabet awareness. The kit can be used for one or two students.
Learn letter sounds, names, forms, shapes, and sequence
Identify rhyming words
Isolate initial, medial, final letter sounds
Match initial, medial, final letter sounds with pictures
Set of Reading Rods Alphabet and Phonemic Awareness cubes
Alphabet and Phonemic Awareness Activity Flipbook
| Grades 3
Improve comprehension by making connections. Improve comprehension by making connections between fiction and nonfiction texts. This resource provides high-interest passages, multiple-choice questions, and short-answer activities. Aligned with national and state standards. 144 pages. Softcover.
Nonfiction & Fiction Paried Texts, Grade 3 View Sample Pages
Inspire innovation with fundamental STEM themes using informational science, technology, engineering, and math texts. Each title includes supporting graphics, key vocabulary, problem-solving activities, and hands-on labs to engage students. Paperback.
| Grades PreK-2
Immediate Auditory and Visual Feedback Keeps Young Learners On Task!. The Alphabet cards focus on upper- and lowercase letters and sequencing. Thirty-six colorfully-illustrated cards provide 72 early-learning activities in each bound set. Answer Key is included.
| Grades PreK-3
Discover a heightened listening experience with this powerful tool for ESL classrooms and anywhere learners are working to master pronunciation! Students speak softly into the "receiver" and hear their amplified voice directed into their own ear, resulting in an effective, multisensory learning experience. Durable plastic is dishwasher safe.
Introduce word families, have fun rhyming, do word sorts, and more with this colorful addition to your classroom! Chart features three clear pockets, as well as 28 word family slots to hold the 211 cards featuring pictures, word families, and consonants. Great for whole class instruction, small group practice, or individual support. Includes Teacher's Guide. Measures 38" x 28 1/2". Grades PreK and up.
| Grades 2-4
Resources connect mathematics, literature, and writing. Detailed lessons include samples of student work and examples of classroom dialogue to assist instruction. 148 pages.
| Grades K-8
Biomedical engineering is the fastest growing engineering field. From designing life-saving medical devices to high-performance athletic gear, these engineers improve people's lives every day. This book explores the creative ways biomedical engineers help diagnose, treat, and prevent problems found in human body systems. Real-life examples make learning about the engineering design process interesting for readers. Practical, hands-on activities help readers to understand scientific and engineering principles. Paperback
Join the island adventure where players race to match upper- and lowercase letters. Watch out for the hungry shark, or you'll lose a letter! Keep your eyes peeled for the helpful crab and tricky starfish. Collect the most letters, and win! For an added challenge, flip the lowercase letter discs over to reveal picture words, and match beginning sounds to uppercase letters. Board measures 16"L x 16" H. For 2 - 4 players.
Chemical engineers are involved in developing things we use daily including cleaning supplies, fuels, and medicines. This book gives readers insight into this fascinating profession, including information on new environmentally-friendly technologies. Readers explore fundamental chemistry concepts including the states of matter and mixtures and solutions. Readers are then guided through the steps of the Engineering Design Process to complete a chemistry-related design challenge. Paperback.
| Grades 1-4
Turn vocabulary and language lessons into fun and motivational activities. Includes 4 sets of Wrap-ups, 1 each of Antonyms, Synonyms, Homonyms and Compound Words.
Build hundreds of words with consonants (s, m, t, etc.) and important phonograms (word families). Supports hands– on explorations of phonics and word building. Perfect for word formation games and great for centers. Single-sided dominoes come in 6 colors.
Long Vowel Phonics Dominoes View Activity Guide
Add the fun of game play to literacy centers with dominoes. Supports hands-on explorations of phonics and word building with the most often used consonants and 2– and 3– letter short vowel word families so students can build hundreds of words. Single-sided dominoes come in 6 colors.
Short Vowel Phonics DominoesView Activity Guide
| Grades 2-3
Students cover important scientific topics such as climate zones, types of rocks, the rock cycle, the water cycle, types of water bodies and landforms, changes to Earth's surface, how meteorologists track weather, the moon's phases and features, and more! Paperback.
Set of 10
Snap It U Phonics & Reading Card Game. Target beginning consonants, blends, and more! Players pick and pass cards as fast as they can to build 3- and 4-letter words, and words in the same family. Game includes 90 cards. For 2-6 players.
Human activities have a huge impact on the Earth. Environmental engineers apply traditional engineering practices to help improve and prevent damage from humans and the waste we create to ecosystems and our environment. Readers will learn about how environmental engineering began, and the many processes environmental engineers apply to find sustainable solutions to problems. Real-life examples help students understand key concepts related to this important profession.
Readers will learn how energy engineers help make sure that our energy demands are met in a number of different ways. They discover new ways to convert natural resources into affordable and environmentally friendly forms of energy; they build and operate power stations for both renewable and non-renewable forms of energy; they manage electrical power networks; they also monitor how generating energy may harm the planet. Real-life examples and a design challenge help students understand key concepts related to the engineering process, and how energy engineers will play a vital role in our future. Paperback
From sound effects in video games and movies to surround-sound theatres, this fact-filled book explores the many ways audio engineers apply the science of sound. Readers will explore how sound travels and the characteristics of sound waves. Readers will also learn how to combine their understanding of sound science and the engineering design process to tackle a design challenge of their own. Paperback.
Agricultural engineers are in the front line in the challenge to provide a secure food supply for our world. This timely book explores how engineers design methods, as well as machinery for growing and harvesting crops, to make farming more efficient. Real-life examples help students understand key concepts related to this important profession. With an overview of the engineering design process, readers are encouraged to apply the same steps into their own agricultural engineering challenge. Paperback
You might be surprised at the huge variety of materials we use every day, in the places we live, the vehicles we use, the clothes we wear, and in preparing the food we eat. This book explores how materials engineers research, design, and develop the materials needed to make these products a reality. Readers will also learn how to combine their understanding of materials science and the engineering design process to tackle a design challenge of their own. Paperback.
Cock-a-doodle do you know the answerTM Boost deductive reasoning skills and vocabulary with this exciting riddle game! It's a fruit, it can be red, and it crunches when you take a bite. Buzz if you know the answer! Features 2 levels of game play (age-appropriate common nouns) and Barnteaser cards for a critical thinking challenge! Includes 4 animal-sound buzzers and 150 double-sided cards. Grades K-12 , Ages 5+
Available November 2017. This carefully selected Grade 3 collection is based on correlations to grade-level Common Core State Standards for mathematics. Books feature a specific mathematics concept, a problem solving activity, and "Let's Explore Math" sidebars as well as engaging nonfiction text, supporting graphics, photographs, and key vocabulary. Paperback
Set of 10
What Is in the AtticTM (Introducing Division)
The World of Trade (Number Patterns)
My Lemonade Stand (Number Patterns)
Natural Measures (Measuring Objects)
Getting Ready to Camp (Introducing Division)
Tracking Time (Measuring Time)
At Risk! (Reading and Understanding Graphs)
Timing Races (Measuring Time)
Wildlife Scientists (Reading and Understanding Graphs)
At the Fire Station (Measuring Objects)
This 33-book collection for Grade 3 pulls together informational text for math, science, technology, and engineering in engaging formats that include supporting graphics, key vocabulary, a problem-solving activity or lab, and sidebars.
Set of 33
Getting Ready to Camp (Math)
What Is in the AtticTM (Math)
World Markets (Math)
Our Garden in the City (Science, Math)
What Are BudgetsTM (Math)
Our Vacation Budget (Math)
Natural Measures (Math)
My Lemonade Stand (Math)
Tracking Time (Math)
Timing Races (Math)
Shapes in Our World (Math)
Reading the Newspaper (Math)
Hosting the Olympic Summer Games (Math)
Patterns Around Us (Math)
Looking at Maps (Math)
Journeys: Land, Air, Sea (Math)
Our Earth (Science); Outer Space (Science)
The Solar System (Science)
Look Inside: Your Brain (Science)
Look Inside: Your Skeleton and Muscles (Science)
Look Inside: Your Heart and Lungs (Science)
Zoom! How Cars Move (Science, Technology)
All Aboard! How Trains Work (Science)
Take Off! All About Airplanes (Science)
Mammal Mania (Science)
Slithering Reptiles and Amphibians (Science)
Incredible Invertebrates (Science)
Blast Off to Space Camp (Science)
How Amusement Parks Work (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)
Cell Scientists: Discovering How Cells Work (Science)
The Quest for Personal Best: Individual Sports (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)
The Quest for Speed: Vehicles (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)
Lenses, lasers, microscopes, telescopes—light engineers design all these products to help make our lives easier. In this enlightening title, students explore the many uses of optics and the design process of turning a bright idea into a reality. With an overview of the engineering design process, readers are encouraged to apply the same steps into their own optical challenge.
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