Why do we need homes to live? Find out in this informative title that explains the importance of homes to all living things.
This book tells you about the amazing world of energy. It explains what the different types of energy are and how they can change. The facts are linked to the real world
From two experienced teachers, here are four books of problems that follow the school year. Activities include order of operations, signed number factoring, quadratic formula, linear and quadratic function problems. Book C/Grades
Dazzlingly colorful collage illustrations and a simple but dramatic text tell the fascinating story of the life cycle of a flower in terms of the adventures of a tiny seed. Carried aloft by
Seventeen lessons that provide experiences with sorting, number sense, graphing, geometry, measurement, probability, and more. A lively readable classroom vignettes that describes Marilyn Burns's unique and inspiring approach to teaching problem-solving lessons.
Caca. Poop. Number two. Kids have a thousand names for it. Don't they want to know where it comes from? The Fantastic Voyage of Seor Caca shows kids the hows and whys.
Geometry: Concepts & Applications , ©2004 covers all geometry concepts using an informal approach. The Student Edition maintains algebra 1 content throughout and every concept is connected to real-world applications. Plus, teachers have
An informative introduction to the "world records" held by fourteen members of the animal kingdom. Each spread portrays an animal that is the largest, slowest, longest lived. Readers can see the animal's
This book fits the Business Mathematics course in high schools. It is structured around a three-pronged approach: Basic math review, personal finance and business mathematics. Build and strengthens students' basic skills in
The Human Body contains a collection of true-to-life drawings which show the systems of the human body. A number of related topics such as artificial respiration, nutrition, heredity, and more are also