Science

Products: 124 of 8242
  • ¿Cómo Crece El Pasto? (How Does Grass Grow?) (22)
    • 25% less

    ¿Cómo Crece El Pasto? (How Does Grass Grow?) (22)

    There are many kinds of grass, but when most people think of this green plant, they think of the kind found in backyards and parks. Grass is like many other plants with its roots, leaves, and needs of soil, water, and sun. Young readers find out that acres of grass come from the tiniest of seeds. With this knowledge, they'll never look at someone mowing the lawn in the same way again. Full-color photographs closely correlate with the accessible narrative, which is written especially for emerging readers.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
  • ¿Cómo Crece La Hierba? / How Does Grass Grow? (22)
    • 25% less

    ¿Cómo Crece La Hierba? / How Does Grass Grow? (22)

    There are many kinds of grass, but when most people think of this green plant, they think of the kind found in backyards and parks. Grass is like many other plants with its roots, leaves, and needs of soil, water, and sun. Young readers find out that acres of grass come from the tiniest of seeds. With this knowledge, they'll never look at someone mowing the lawn in the same way again. Full-color photographs closely correlate with the accessible narrative, which is written especially for emerging readers.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
  • ¿Cómo Crecen las Zanahorias? (How Do Carrots Grow?) (22)
    • 25% less

    ¿Cómo Crecen las Zanahorias? (How Do Carrots Grow?) (22)

    Carrots are a great snack, even though they're a plant root. These bright root vegetables grow underground for months before they become the sweet, crunchy veggie we put on salads and dip in hummus. Young readers follow along as carrot seeds are planted in soil, watered, and exposed to the sun, and as they grow into orange, yellow, purple, and white veggies. Age-appropriate detail and vocabulary guide readers just beginning to read independently. This volume supports Next Generation Science Standards.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
  • ¿Cómo Crecen las Zanahorias? / How Do Carrots Grow? (22)
    • 25% less

    ¿Cómo Crecen las Zanahorias? / How Do Carrots Grow? (22)

    Carrots are a great snack, even though they're a plant root. These bright root vegetables grow underground for months before they become the sweet, crunchy veggie we put on salads and dip in hummus. Young readers follow along as carrot seeds are planted in soil, watered, and exposed to the sun, and as they grow into orange, yellow, purple, and white veggies. Age-appropriate detail and vocabulary guide readers just beginning to read independently. This volume supports Next Generation Science Standards.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
  • ¿Cómo Crecen Los Árboles de Arce? (How Do Maple Trees Grow?) (22)
    • 25% less

    ¿Cómo Crecen Los Árboles de Arce? (How Do Maple Trees Grow?) (22)

    Maple trees grow all across North America and many other places in the world. There are many different kinds, but all grow in the same way. Your readers will learn that they start as a seed, sprout, become a sapling, and years later, are a full-grown tree. They will learn about what trees need to stay alive: water, soil, and sun. Beautiful photographs draw readers in with the lovely leaves and characteristics of maple trees, complimenting the age-appropriate narrative.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
  • ¿Cómo Crecen Los Árboles de Arce? / How Do Maple Trees Grow? (22)
    • 25% less

    ¿Cómo Crecen Los Árboles de Arce? / How Do Maple Trees Grow? (22)

    Maple trees grow all across North America and many other places in the world. There are many different kinds, but all grow in the same way. Your readers will learn that they start as a seed, sprout, become a sapling, and years later, are a full-grown tree. They will learn about what trees need to stay alive: water, soil, and sun. Beautiful photographs draw readers in with the lovely leaves and characteristics of maple trees, complimenting the age-appropriate narrative.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
  • ¿Cómo Crecen Los Girasoles? (How Do Sunflowers Grow?) (22)
    • 25% less

    ¿Cómo Crecen Los Girasoles? (How Do Sunflowers Grow?) (22)

    Nothing says summer like an open sunflower turned toward the sun. These familiar flowers are a great example of how flowering plants grow from seeds with some soil, space, sun, and water. Readers will follow this plant's growth through text with closely correlated photographs, including images of a sunflower sprouting, gaining leaves, budding, and opening to the lovely, friendly flower we know. Age-appropriate detail and vocabulary guide readers just beginning to read independently.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
  • ¿Cómo Crecen Los Girasoles? / How Do Sunflowers Grow? (22)
    • 25% less

    ¿Cómo Crecen Los Girasoles? / How Do Sunflowers Grow? (22)

    Nothing says summer like an open sunflower turned toward the sun. These familiar flowers are a great example of how flowering plants grow from seeds with some soil, space, sun, and water. Readers will follow this plant's growth through text with closely correlated photographs, including images of a sunflower sprouting, gaining leaves, budding, and opening to the lovely, friendly flower we know. Age-appropriate detail and vocabulary guide readers just beginning to read independently. This volume supports Next Generation Science Standards.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
  • ¿Cómo Crecen Los Pinos? (How Do Pine Trees Grow?) (22)
    • 25% less

    ¿Cómo Crecen Los Pinos? (How Do Pine Trees Grow?) (22)

    The pinecones found on the ground near a pine tree are an important part of the pine tree life cycle. They can hold hundreds of seeds. Like other plants, these seeds need soil, water, and sun. The seeds also need to be planted close to the surface of the soil. Beautiful photographs of full-grown pine trees, seeds sprouting, and seedlings correlate closely with the narrative, aiding beginning readers' comprehension in the fascinating life cycle of a pine tree.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
  • ¿Cómo Crecen Los Pinos? / How Do Pine Trees Grow? (22)
    • 25% less

    ¿Cómo Crecen Los Pinos? / How Do Pine Trees Grow? (22)

    The pinecones found on the ground near a pine tree are an important part of the pine tree life cycle. They can hold hundreds of seeds. Like other plants, these seeds need soil, water, and sun. The seeds also need to be planted close to the surface of the soil. Beautiful photographs of full-grown pine trees, seeds sprouting, and seedlings correlate closely with the narrative, aiding beginning readers' comprehension in the fascinating life cycle of a pine tree.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
  • ¿Cómo Crecen Los Plátanos? (How Do Bananas Grow?) (22)
    • 25% less

    ¿Cómo Crecen Los Plátanos? (How Do Bananas Grow?) (22)

    Everyone knows bananas are a fruit but, unlike apples and oranges, they don't grow on trees. Banana plants look like they have a trunk, but it is really densely packed leaves holding up a huge plant and bunches of bananas. Young readers will love learning the truth about banana plants, including that they don't grow from seeds but a piece of another banana plant. Colorful photographs take kids right to banana farms as this plant grows and produces a favorite fruit.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
  • ¿Cómo Crecen Los Plátanos? / How Do Bananas Grow? (22)
    • 25% less

    ¿Cómo Crecen Los Plátanos? / How Do Bananas Grow? (22)

    Everyone knows bananas are a fruit but, unlike apples and oranges, they don't grow on trees. Banana plants look like they have a trunk, but it is really densely packed leaves holding up a huge plant and bunches of bananas. Young readers will love learning the truth about banana plants, including that they don't grow from seeds but a piece of another banana plant. Colorful photographs take kids right to banana farms as this plant grows and produces a favorite fruit.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
  • ¿Cómo hacer root beer? -How Is Root Beer Made? (20)
    • 30% less

    ¿Cómo hacer root beer? -How Is Root Beer Made? (20)

    This title will take readers into factories where root beer is brewed using special root extracts, water, sugar, and yeast! Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Abdo Kids Jumbo is an imprint of Abdo Kids, a division of ABDO. Translated by native Spanish speakers--and immersion school educators.
    Not rated yet
    • $22.95
  • ¿Cómo se hace el algodón de azúcar? -How Is Cotton Candy Made? (20)
    • 30% less

    ¿Cómo se hace el algodón de azúcar? -How Is Cotton Candy Made? (20)

    This title will take readers through the process of making cotton candy, from sugar cane fields, to sugar processing plants, and finally to fairs and carnivals where cool machines spin thin threads that are gathered to make yummy cotton candy! Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Abdo Kids Jumbo is an imprint of Abdo Kids, a division of ABDO. Translated by native Spanish speakers--and immersion school educators.
    Not rated yet
    • $22.95
  • ¿Cómo se hace la miel de maple? -How Is Maple Syrup Made? (20)
    • 30% less

    ¿Cómo se hace la miel de maple? -How Is Maple Syrup Made? (20)

    This title will take readers through the process of bottling maple syrup, starting in Canada where there are lots of maple trees. Readers will learn how maple syrup is gathered, processed, and bottled for them to buy and enjoy on their pancakes! Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Abdo Kids Jumbo is an imprint of Abdo Kids, a division of ABDO. Translated by native Spanish speakers--and immersion school educators.
    Not rated yet
    • $22.95
  • ¿Cómo se hace la miel? -How Is Honey Made? (20)
    • 30% less

    ¿Cómo se hace la miel? -How Is Honey Made? (20)

    This title will take readers through the process of making honey, beginning with honey bees and how they create honeycomb in their hives. Then it will show readers how honeycomb is gathered without harming honey bees, and how honey is extracted from it. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Abdo Kids Jumbo is an imprint of Abdo Kids, a division of ABDO. Translated by native Spanish speakers--and immersion school educators.
    Not rated yet
    • $22.95
  • ¿Cómo se hace un lápiz? -How Is a Pencil Made? (20)
    • 30% less

    ¿Cómo se hace un lápiz? -How Is a Pencil Made? (20)

    This title will take readers into the amazing world of pencil production. Readers will learn the process of making a pencil from start to finish, and all the important parts, like the wood, led, eraser, and more! Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Abdo Kids Jumbo is an imprint of Abdo Kids, a division of ABDO. Translated by native Spanish speakers--and immersion school educators.
    Not rated yet
    • $22.95
  • ¿Cómo se hacen los fuegos artificiales? -How Is a Firework Made? (20)
    • 30% less

    ¿Cómo se hacen los fuegos artificiales? -How Is a Firework Made? (20)

    This title will take readers into firework factories, where all fireworks are made by hand. Readers will learn the process of making a firework from start to finish, and all the important parts, like stars, fuses, and more. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Abdo Kids Jumbo is an imprint of Abdo Kids, a division of ABDO. Translated by native Spanish speakers--and immersion school educators.
    Not rated yet
    • $22.95
  • ¿Es áspera? | What Is Bumpy? (20)
    • 25% less

    ¿Es áspera? | What Is Bumpy? (20)

    Many objects could be described as bumpy: roads, footballs, and even a toad's skin. Learning to describe objects and discern how they're different from or like other objects is an important part of the early elementary curriculum. This carefully written, at-level narrative demonstrates the use of the adjective bumpy, aided by colorful pictures to aid readers' comprehension of each accessible sentence.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
  • ¿Es duro? -What Is Hard? (20)
    • 25% less

    ¿Es duro? -What Is Hard? (20)

    It's easier to name hard things, like rocks, than understand what this characteristic really means. This book encourages young scientists to observe the world around them and discern the features of various familiar things. They'll come to learn that anything that can't be easily bent can be described as hard. The achievable text and colorful photographs support readers in acquiring new vocabulary and a new appreciation for their powers of observation.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
  • ¿Es duro? | What Is Hard? (20)
    • 25% less

    ¿Es duro? | What Is Hard? (20)

    It's easier to name hard things, like rocks, than understand what this characteristic really means. This book encourages young scientists to observe the world around them and discern the features of various familiar things. They'll come to learn that anything that can't be easily bent can be described as hard. The achievable text and colorful photographs support readers in acquiring new vocabulary and a new appreciation for their powers of observation.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
  • ¿Es liso? -What Is Smooth? (20)
    • 25% less

    ¿Es liso? -What Is Smooth? (20)

    Understanding textures is a preliminary step in becoming an attentive observer of nature and the world around us. Comprehending textures, including smooth, is a standard of early elementary curricula. This attractive book explores the quality of smooth through achievable sentences and fun photographs of familiar objects perfectly matched to the text. Readers will be motivated to add "smooth" to their growing list of adjectives.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
  • ¿Es liso? | What Is Smooth? (20)
    • 25% less

    ¿Es liso? | What Is Smooth? (20)

    Understanding textures is a preliminary step in becoming an attentive observer of nature and the world around us. Comprehending textures, including smooth, is a standard of early elementary curricula. This attractive book explores the quality of smooth through achievable sentences and fun photographs of familiar objects perfectly matched to the text. Readers will be motivated to add "smooth" to their growing list of adjectives.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
  • ¿Es rugoso? -What Is Bumpy? (20)
    • 25% less

    ¿Es rugoso? -What Is Bumpy? (20)

    Many objects could be described as bumpy: roads, footballs, and even a toad's skin. Learning to describe objects and discern how they're different from or like other objects is an important part of the early elementary curriculum. This carefully written, at-level narrative demonstrates the use of the adjective bumpy, aided by colorful pictures to aid readers' comprehension of each accessible sentence.
    Not rated yet
    • $17.70
Products: 124 of 8242

Bestsellers