Written primarily for children, but suitable for any audience, Nanotechnology for Grades 1-6+ is a glimpse into the exciting new field of study in science and engineering for the new millennium, known as nanotechnology. Nanotechnology promises to affect our lives in many ways over the next twenty years, biologically, environmentally, scientifically, and technically. This book will give you a basic understanding of why nanotechnology has become the new "buzz word" innically. This book will give you a basic understanding of why nanotechnology has become the new "buzz word" in science and why and how scientists, businessmen, engineers, and medical researchers are clamoring to find out more about how we can control and manipulate matter on the atomic scale.… read more
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Relates how Sarah Hale, a magazine editor and author, persuaded President Lincoln to transform Thanksgiving Day into a national ho...liday. read more
Blaze, AJ, and all the four-wheeled friends from Nickelodeon s "Blaze and the Monster Machines" love to race Boys and girls ages 4... to 6 will adore this Step 2 Step into Reading leveled reader it s a perfect gift for Valentine s Day " read more
When Mavis decides to move her human family away from Transylvania, Drac enlists the help of all his monster buddies to keep his f...amily together at the Hotel Transylvania. read more
Make math matter to students in kindergarten-grade 2 using Money This 64-page book helps students recognize, sort, and count coins.... Students learn vocabulary, as well as how to order and exchange coins by value, use coins to shop, and solve story problem read more
Support mathematical understanding in your instructional program through this rich collection of easy-to-use teaching resources. E...ach book focuses on a specific arithmetic topic and offers a series of classroom-tested lessons addressing the three important aspects of arithmetic instruction—computation, number sense, and problem solving. The lessons include step-by-step directions, amount of time needed, materials required, classroom vignettes, samples of student work, reproducibles, and a discussion of the math underlying the lesson. read more
Nonfiction Writing grade 6 provides 16 units of instruction and practice activities. Each unit focuses on a specific nonfiction wr...iting form and includes guided lessons with accompanying student pages that target skills essential to that writing form. The units are grouped into three sections: expository, persuasive, and narrative writing. read more
Strengthen vocabulary skills and raise test scores! Vocabulary Fundamentals, Grade 6+ provides scaffolded practice on the essentia...l vocabulary skills your students need for academic success. The 42 skill units in grade 6 cover: synonyms & antonyms, homophones, prefixes & suffixes, word roots, idioms. 176 pages. read more
Poetry Patterns & Themes: Grades 3-6+
Why has the six Plus one TRAIT model had such a tremendous impact on writing instruction? Because it works. It allows teachers to ...pinpoint students' strengths and weaknesses in ideas organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, conventions and presentation and focus instruction. Now Culham turns her expert eye to our youngest students. Like her groundbreaking guide for grades three and up, her new book contains scoring guides, sample papers and focus lessons for each trait, but framed to read more
Childhood is the golden time for memorizing Bible verses and for studying languages such as Chinese. In this book, each section ha...s a few Bible verses selected, normally 2-3 verses, which are well suited for children to recite and to write. These verses are chosen with school children at grades 3 and up in mind, and shall be easy for them to understand. The book is designed to help kids to learn Chinese through reciting and writing Bible verses. Children are recommended to study its sister book Bible Verses for Reciting & Writing (Grades 1-2) before using this book. But they should have do well if they have mastered some basic Chinese. This includes 200-300 Chinese characters, which they should be able to read and write. To help kids broaden their vocabulary, words and characters are singled out in each section with pinyin annotated. The chosen characters are provided with marked spaces for writing. To help recite the verses, practice pages are designed with blank space for each Chinese character, first with the prompt of pinyin and then without. This book can be used as a complementary exercise book for kids at grades 3 and up. Or, it can be used for kids' Sunday school in Chinese churches. read more
The hands-on projects in Ancient Rome will take your students back to the days of Caesar and Roman legions, Pompeii and the Panthe...on. You get information pages, maps, a timeline, arts and crafts projects, reading and writing connections. read more
Build essential skills while having fun with Home Workbooks! Now updated with fun, colorful pages and engaging art, each book meas...ures 7" x 9.25" and is filled with 64 pages of age-appropriate activities, puzzles, and games. These teacher-approved books are perfect for home, school, summer breaks, and road trips! Skills covered include beginning and ending consonants, blends and digraphs, long and short vowel sounds, word families, and more! An incentive chart and 140 full-color stickers are also included to help parents or teachers track student progress. Home Workbooks are available for prekindergarten through grade 3 students, and feature titles in a wide variety of skill areas to suit any need. read more
JA Nella made a mistake by walking her dog in the Middleton, PA town square. Her dog attacked a 17 year old boy's cat. The boy tur...ned himself into a CatMan and vowed revenge against not only JA Nella but all dogs. Will JA Nella be able to defeat CatMan? or Will CatMan win and all cats become man's best friend? read more
Paperback, Houghton Mifflin School, 2005, ISBN13 9781419023996, ISBN10 1419023993
Big Skills for Little Hands(R): Trace and Draw for ages 3 and up provides essential practice for tracing and drawing. With 192 pag...es of fun activities, this workbook helps young learners build foundational skills by tracing and drawing lines, curves, shapes, letters, numbers, and pictures. Current state standards have increased the academic demands on kindergarten students, making early learning more important than ever. Big Skills for Little Hands: Trace and Draw engages early learners in activities that will keep them entertained while strengthening fine motor skills. Designed to support early learning guidelines, this workbook features engaging activities and essential practice to help your child master tracing and drawing. Give children a head start in their academic journey by encouraging early learning at home. The Big Skills for Little Hands series supports fine motor development and exposes children to essential early concepts like letters, numbers, colors, and shapes. With the help of this series, children will have fun cutting, tracing, pasting, counting, writing, and coloring their way to classroom readiness Designed to help build confidence, the perforated pages allow children to proudly display their work upon completion For complete classroom readiness, be sure to look for other titles in this series: Big Skills for Little Hands: Cut and PasteBig Skills for Little Hands: Color and FoldBig Skills for Little Hands: Early Concepts read more
A valuable resource and tracker for students fluency practice and data collection from school to home! This formative assessment h...elps students develop fluency and comprehension individually or in pairs. Using the rubric and graphs, students evaluate and collect data on their accuracy, rate, expression, and comprehension. Lexiled holiday and science passages have word counts, a rubric for three repeated readings, and text-based comprehension questions. Each table of contents provides at-a-glance titles, estimated Lexiles, and difficulty. Some passages are illustrated for differentiation. The Guides include best practices for building fluency, research-based suggestions for setting goals, levels charts, oral-reading fluency norms, WCPM formula, instructional prompts for fluency practice, answer keys, data collection charts and graphs for student and teacher, and letters to families. Dry erase fiction and nonfiction passages are three-hole punched. read more
Manageable, leveled, fun, and interesting repeated reading passages! This informal assessment tool helps students develop fluency ...and comprehension independently, in pairs, or at home. Students evaluate and collect data on their accuracy, rate, expression, and comprehension using the rubric and graphs. The leveled reading passages have word counts, a rubric for repeated readings, and comprehension questions. The low-, middle-, and high-level passages' approximate lexile ranges reflect the new complexity bands. Comes with record sheets and a letter to families. read more
Write on Write with students in grades 5 and up using Grammar and Composition. This 96-page book provides an overview of grammar a...nd an introduction to basic composition. Beginning with words and progressing to sentences, paragraphs, and complete composi read more
Planet Earth presents information and investigations on these seven concepts: Earth is composed of rocks, water, and gases The cor...e, mantle, and crust make up the layers of the Earth Earths crust contains continents and oceans Constructive forces affect landforms Destructive forces affect landforms Soil is made up of a variety of components Water cycles through Earth and its atmosphere read more
Spectrum Critical Thinking For Math, Grade 6
Dave Davidson's heart is in the right place. He believes it's his mission to cure his friends of their fears. But his solutions ar...e hare-brained at best and often come with unintended and hilarious consequences. Afraid of dancing at the school dance? Dave's got ways to fix that: sprain an ankle, eat expired food to get sick, or even get yourself suspended for a few days. Have a public speaking phobia? Dave can fix that for you too: get laryngitis, forge a note from a therapist, or get your friends to hold up cue cards. This hilarious new novel will appeal to reluctant tween readers, especially boys. read more
Inferring is an essential reading comprehension skill for all subject areas. Help students understand inferring using Spotlight on... Reading: Inferring for grades 1-2. This 48-page book includes a variety of high-interest lessons and activities that make learning fun The exercises increase in difficulty as the book progresses, so students practice more-advanced skills as they work. With a variety of formats, teachers can provide direct instruction, reinforcement, and independent practice throughout the year. This book is perfect for practice at home and school and includes an answer key. Aligns with Common Core State Standards and Canadian provincial standards. read more
Forget social studies, math and science-this hilarious new novel is about surviving some of the real problems tween girls face in ...the sixth grade. Honest and heartwarming, the story follows eleven-year-old Becky Lennox over the course of the school ye read more