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Designed for early emergent readers, this title will introduce them to fur the hairy coat of some mammals. Simple text defines this body covering and offers many examples of animals that have fur.
Patterns are made up of shapes such as spots, stripes, circles, and triangles. This new book explains how patterns in nature help camouflage animals or scare predators away!
Explores The Different Ways People And Objects Can Move.
This introductory book uses brilliant, close up images of plants, animals, and people to help children compare the relative sizes and weights of natural objects.to describe these properties.
This series teaches students about the various ways in which objects can be described and compared. Color photos accompany the simple sentences on each page.
Build awareness of the many types of manufacturing materials. Colorful photos and simple sentence constructions support beginning readers
Blocks, footballs, soccer balls, dollhousesthese toys all have shapes. Children will discover that two-dimensional shapes are all around themeven inside their toy boxes! Young readers will learn about nine different shapes, and an activity asks them to...
Vividly discover what happens when you push and pull an object! Whether you're pulling a rope in a game of tug-of-war or pushing through the motions of riding a bike, you push and pull throughout the day for many different reasons! Featuring vivid...
Designed for early emergent readers, this title will introduce them to shells the body covering found on land and ocean animals such as snails, clams, oysters, turtles, and tortoises. Simple text defines this body covering and offers many examples of...