An entertaining leveled two-part approach to reading featuring imperfect rhyme using simple sentences, whimsical rhyming stories, and a riddle.
Easy-to-read text paired with colorful photos and informative captions introduces readers to a Christian holiday, Easter. Readers will learn the story of Easter and the religious periods and days leading up to it, including Lent, Ash Wednesday, Palm Sunday, Holy Week, and Easter Sunday. Associated symbols, such as Easter eggs, the Easter Bunny, and Easter lilies are described, as well as traditions including egg hunts, egg decorating, Passion plays, and special foods and candies. This title concludes with a full page explaining Easter traditions around the world. Features include a table of contents, a glossary with phonetic spellings, and an index. Buddy BOOKS is an imprint of ABDO Publishing Company.
In this newly updated directory, the latest in cutting-edge audio equipment is provided, including how to choose the best audio equipment on a budget, how to get the best sound for the money, and how to set up a system for maximum performance. Revised and expanded to include all the latest audio technologies, this book is packed with expert advice how to make speakers sound up to 50 percent better at no cost, avoid the most common system set-up mistakes, and how to choose the one speaker in 50 worth owning. Among the new topics covered are computer-based music servers, wireless streaming of audio, high-resolution digital audio, internet downloads, HD radio, Blu-ray Disc, and the new high-resolution surround-sound formats. A short course on listening-room acoustics is presented and additional information on audio for home theater, multichannel audio, system set-up secrets, and what each component's specifications and measurements mean is also provided.
Newly updated, this Pennsylvania-specific guide for legal-research methods, programs, and resources is a must-have for attorneys, law students, librarians, paralegals, or anyone who conducts legal research in the state of Pennsylvania.
After begging for a pet, a child’s mother finally says “yes.” But which animal will be the best pet? Using animal classification and habitat needs, the child narrows it down from Kingdom Animalia, through invertebrates to vertebrates. Reptiles and amphibians are out, and birds and fish are soon off the list. That leaves mammals, but which one? An elephant won't fit through the door, and a tiger would be too hard to walk. What's a child to do?
Learn the many ways nature is affected by cold winters and read how people have fun in the snow.
Kindergarten Bound prepares children for kindergarten by reviewing skills and then building up to what they will likely learn in the grade ahead. This book includes language arts, reading, and math skills. Skills include letter recognition, beginning sounds, comprehension, classifying, addition, and subtraction. Workbooks in the Bound series are designed to prepare children for the grade ahead. These comprehensive workbooks begin by reviewing skills that children have learned and gradually build up to skills that they will likely learn in the grade ahead. This series addresses important language arts, reading, math, and basic skills. The content covers many skills addressed in current state standards as well as other age-appropriate skills.
Include this picture collection in your resource materials to add visual fun and excitement to your lessons. This collection can be easily integrated into any area of the curriculum. Includes 28 reproducible illustrations.