Get Started with STEM

This exciting new science series brings STEM to life for young readers. Get your students thinking and working like scientists as they ask and answer questions, make observations, collect, record, and analyze data, perform tests, use simple scientific equipment, and have fun with hands-on science activities. Packed with facts and beautiful photographs, the series covers a range of core science topics, giving students and teachers everything they need to Get Started With STEM.

Cover: Let's Investigate Plastic Pollution: On Land and in the Oceans
Cover: Is it Living or Non-Living?
Cover: My Senses
Title   Lexile GRL ATOS Format Qty
From a Tiny Seed to a Mighty Tree: How Plants Grow 610 P 3.7
Growing and Changing: Let's Investigate Life Cycles 620 P 3.9
Is it Living or Non-Living? 610 P 3.5
Let's Investigate Everyday Materials 710 P 4.3
Let's Investigate Habitats and Food Chains 770 P 4.4
Let's Investigate Plastic Pollution: On Land and in the Oceans 770 P 4.8
My Body and What It Needs 590 P 3.9
My Senses 700 P 4.3
Roots, Stems, Leaves, and Flowers: Let's Investigate Plant Parts 600 P 3.7
What's the Season? 580 P 3.8
Wings, Paws, Scales, and Claws: Let's Investigate Animal Bodies 640 P 4.0
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  • Soon! Spring 2020
  • New! Fall 2019
  • New! Spring 2019

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Get Started with STEM

This exciting new science series brings STEM to life for young readers. Get your students thinking and working like scientists as they ask and answer questions, make observations, collect, record, and analyze data, perform tests, use simple scientific equipment… View →