Students will learn the life story of President Barack Obama, as well as gain an understanding of how a person is elected president. The text traces Obama's life from birth to his re-election, plus explains the presidential election process by tracking Obama's campaign from the primaries to Election Day. Includes Fun Facts About Barack Obama. For grades 3-6.
8 1/2"x 11 1/2" pad features 56 full-color sheets, printed front and back, with simple illustrations and educational activities that teach children the difference between safe and unsafe touching. Includes space to write in the names of trusted adults to report unsafe touching to. Tear off one sheet for each child. Grades: K-3
Take children through a typical day, showing them how to keep conservation in mind. They learn that even little gestures can make a significant impact in saving the Earth's resources. Covers reducing, reusing and recycling and saving paper, water and energy. 16 pages. Grades K-3 Personalization not available in quantities 25-99
Children will have a thorough knowledge of all that a library has to offer-and how to find it-after reading and working their way through this informative book. Includes tips on: * Computers, books on tape and other media * Proper library behavior * Catalog searches * Finding fiction and nonfiction materials * And more. Illustrations and activities make this book a fun way to educate children about libraries. For grades 3-6.
Help young people to appreciate and care for books-especially library books-because books are friends to be treated with care and respect. Fun activities to reinforce this lesson. Designed with a built-in handle for easy transport. 16 pages. For ages 5-8.
Here's an alphabet-inspired Earth Day activity book filled with entertaining activities and illustrations designed to educate kids about our planet and its resources. Includes practical suggestions on how youngsters can put Earth-friendly lessons into action today. 16 pages. Grades 4-6.
Children's eyes will be opened to the vast amount of service, programs, and materials offered in the contemporary library. In addition to discussing audiobooks, DVDs, databases, special events and more, this 16-page book includes instruction about using the library catalog and finding fiction and nonfiction material. Fun activities help build children's enthusiasm for a library visit. For grades 2-4.
Research shows that teaching children empathy makes them less likely to engage in bullying and more likely to stand up for what's right. This book uses simple language and engaging activities to show children what it means to be kind and empathetic to everyone, including themselves. For grades 1-3.
A friendly librarian takes young children on a tour through a library. They learn about the variety of library materials, proper library behavior and how to care for library books. Includes a colorful sheet of stickers to be placed throughout the book. 16 pages. For ages 5-7.
Familiarizes children with the origins and meaning of Black History Month and with key events and figures in African-American history. Includes accounts of Carter G. Woodson, Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Barack Obama and more history makers. 16 pages. For grades K-3.
Goes beyond the usual heroes of black history to introduce 14 new names and their inspiring life stories to students. Included are biographies of teenage Freedom Rider Charles Person, Civil War spy Mary Elizabeth Bowser, heart surgery pioneer Vivien Thomas, civil rights activist Dorothy Height, mob-busting lawyer Eunice Hunton Carter, millionaire entrepreneur Chris Gardner and more. For grades 3-6.
Teaches children about civil rights and their history in the United States. With special emphasis on the Civil Rights Movement. Students learn about key events, laws and people that have played a role in bringing fairness and justice to all Americans. 16 pages. For grades 4-6.
Book uses a fun approach to teach children about key people in African American history. Young readers are provided clues or a story about 15 leading African Americans of the past and present. They guess who is being described. This format allows students to check their knowledge and learn about inspiring people. 16 pages. For Grades 3-6.
Fun-to-read facts and activities raise children's awareness of where fresh produce comes from and the importance of fruits and vegetables in a healthy diet. Discusses farming, gardening, farmers' markets, varieties of fruits and vegetables, their nutritional values, growing plants at home, composting, and more! Grades 2-4.
This activities book uses all 26 letters of the alphabet to explain fire safety rules to younger children. Children learn that : * A is for "Always Follow Fire Safety Rules" * E is for "Exits Are Ways Out" * S is for"Stop, Drop, And Roll If Your Clothes Catch On Fire" * And 23 more! With your personalized message on front cover. For Grades 1-2
Features important fire safety rules for children, highlighting a positive view of firefighters. It also provides 4 pages of valuable tips for parents, including a Home Fire Prevention Checklist and creating a home fire escape plan, safety in the kitchen, maintaining smoke detectors, and using a fire extinguisher. Plus your personalized message on the front cover. For Grades 1-2
Features important fire safety rules for children, highlighting a positive view of firefighters. It also provides 4 pages of valuable tips for parents, including a Home Fire Prevention Checklist and creating a home fire escape plan, safety in the kitchen, maintaining smoke detectors, and using a fire extinguisher. Plus your personalized message on the front cover. Bilingual (English/Spanish) For Grades 1-2