Features activities that teach Spanish vocabulary, the Spanish alphabet, first sentences, Spanish introductions and greetings, listening skills, Spanish songs and chants.
Though frogs are probably the most familiar of the amphibians, the class also includes toads, newts, and more. Readers will marvel at how amphibians grow from gilled water-dwellers to air-breathers, many of which ultimately live on land. Text in both English and standard Latin-American Spanish, make amphibian facts fun, engaging, and useful for both ESL
Making the right choices and being a good person is easy when you feel happy. But what happens when your feelings are hurt? Or what if you hurt someone elses feelings? Saying I forgive you or I am sorry is a great start. This full-color nonfiction reader will engage students in reading while introducing them
Tells the story of the discovery of gold at John Sutters mill, and how it changed California. Written in graphic-novel format.
Life Long Ago brings ancient civilizations to life and reinforces important early elementary social studies standards such as time, continuity, and change. Students will learn what daily life was like, how ancient peoples governed themselves, how they communicated, and how the influences of ancient cultures are still felt today.