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Sorting at the Ocean

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Uses bright illustrations of living creatures like fish and accumulated rubbish to teach young children how to sort things they discover from the ocean. Demonstrates how to place them in groups by different colors, shapes, and sizes.

Sorting at the Ocean

Subtraction at School

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Uses bright photographs and simple statements about specific objects in a schoolroom to teach young students subtraction.

Subtraction at School

Exploring Flowers

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Details the characteristics of flowers, how they grow, and the purpose they serve on plants. Includes full-color photographs and a glossary.

Exploring Flowers

Exploring Leaves

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Details the characteristics of leaves, how they grow, and the purpose they serve on plants. Includes full-color photographs and a glossary.

Exploring Leaves

Exploring roots

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Details the characteristics of roots, how they grow, and the purpose they serve on plants. Includes full-color photographs and a glossary.

Exploring roots

Exploring seeds

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Details the characteristics of seeds, how they grow, and the purpose they serve toward creating new plants. Includes full-color photographs and a glossary.

Exploring seeds

Exploring Stems

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Details the characteristics of stems, how they grow, and the purpose they serve on plants. Includes full-color photographs and a glossary.

Exploring Stems

My five senses

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Simple text and color illustrations introduce young readers to the five senses and how they are used.

My five senses

What can live in the ocean?

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Highlights the physical characteristics of various animals that make their homes in the ocean. Includes full-color photographs and a glossary.

What can live in the ocean?

What do you know about animal adaptations?

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Uses a question and answer format to teach young readers about animal adaptations such as hibernation, migration, camouflage, underground hiding, and the use of their poisonous toxins.

What do you know about animal adaptations?

What do you know about colonial America?

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Presents an introduction to life in Colonial America in a question-and-answer format. Includes twenty questions such as "Why are we going to this strange place," "Are you sure this is how to grow this," and "Is it true we are not colonies anymore?"

What do you know about colonial America?

What do you know about food chains and food webs?

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Presents information about food chains and food webs in a question-and-answer format. Questions cover kinds of animals that eat only plants and predators that set traps for their prey.

What do you know about food chains and food webs?

What do you know about life cycles?

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Uses a question and answer format to teach young readers about the life cycles of living creatures such as insects, amphibians, birds, and mammals. Discusses metamorphosis, a larva, and bird and fish eggs as part of a life cycle, and other related material.

What do you know about life cycles?

What do you know about the age of exploration?

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Presents an introduction to the age of exploration in a question-and-answer format. Includes twenty questions such as "Why are we doing this," "What did you bring back," and "Did you say there is a rich Indian empire?"

What do you know about the age of exploration?

What do you know about the American Revolution?

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Uses a question and answer format to teach young readers about the American Revolution, its root causes, and about the soldiers, George Washington, and the Battle of Bunker Hill. Also contains information on the Declaration of Independence and the American government which followed.

What do you know about the American Revolution?

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