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Cover: El libro de patrones de Crayola ® (The Crayola ® Patterns Book)

Conceptos Crayola ® (Crayola ® Concepts)

Vibrant photos and engaging text in Spanish resent core childhood concepts with a splash of Crayola ® color. Each title includes simple illustrations that encourage readers to create art inspired by the shapes, patterns, colors, and concepts all around them. A back matter feature shows… View →

 
Cover: The Crayola ® Shapes Book

Crayola ® Concepts

Vibrant photos and engaging text present important early childhood concepts with a splash of Crayola® color. Each title includes simple illustrations that encourage readers to create art inspired by the shapes, patterns, colors, and concepts all around them. A special feature shows the… View →

 
Cover: Looping with Finding Dory

Disney Coding Adventures

Friendly Disney characters make coding fun and accessible for beginners—no device required. Can you help Anna build a snowman? Then you can write an algorithm! Simple projects teach coding basics such as looping, conditionals, and identifying bugs and errors. View →

 
Cover: Disney Coding Adventures: First Steps for Kid Coders

Disney Coding Adventures

Four books in one! Computational thinking is the first step to coding. Kid coders can start on the basics in a fun and easy way by learning alongside favorite Disney characters in this four-book collection. No computer required! • Write… View →

 
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First Step Nonfiction — Early Math

In this series basic concepts from early math curriculum are introduced using fun and familiar objects. These books support a well-balanced math program focusing on developing whole-number concepts and using patterns and sorting to explore numbers, data, and shapes. View →

 
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First Step Nonfiction — Early Math Set II

More basic math concepts are introduced using fun and familiar objects. Readers will learn about patterns and sorting and develop whole number concepts. View →

 
Cover: Let's Make a Circle Graph

First Step Nonfiction — Graph It!

Informative photographs and simple texts familiarize readers with a variety of graphs. Students will see how graphs organize data and make it easier to understand. This series meets standards for both math and language arts. View →

 
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First Step Nonfiction — Shapes

These simple books for beginning readers introduce students to two-dimensional shapes and the vocabulary to describe these geometric concepts. The repetitive sentence structure familiarize students with sight words while vocabulary is reinforced with interesting full-color images. These… View →

 
Cover: Cylinder

First Step Nonfiction — Solid Shapes

Students will see where solid shapes appear in their surroundings, from lunch boxes shaped like rectangular prisms to cylinder-shaped pasta. Direct photo-text correspondence supports beginning readers. View →

 
Cover: Coding, Bugs, and Fixes

Kids Get Coding

What’s an algorithm? How do you fix bugs? What is an app? How do you program a computer game? This series leads students through the basics of computer programming using real-world examples and practical activities. View →

 
Cover: Henry Keeps Score: Comparing

Math Matters ®

Math Matters® offers young readers engaging stories with real-life math connections. Kids will identify with the characters, laugh at their humorous dilemmas, and delight in their clever solutions. Activities support reading and math skills. View →

 
Cover: Albert Keeps Score: Comparing Numbers

Mouse Math ®

Say cheese! Albert and Wanda are here! Kids will relate to these spunky mouse characters who live in the walls of a People House and learn about numbers, shapes, sizes, and more—all while avoiding Groucho the dreaded cat! Each book in the Mouse Math® series… View →