Todays Readers are Tomorrows Leaders
For a fresh look at today’s elementary and middle-school science topics, this nine-volume series delivers with more than 3,000 articles and hundreds of photographs, illustrations, maps, and diagrams. Arranged into such pertinent topics as Animals, Earth, Human Beings, Matter & Energy, Plants, and Space, the titles can easily be shelved as a set or circulate individually.
While science can be an intimidating subject for many learners, this series makes it easier than ever to understand. Simply and clearly written, each article has a captioned illustration, color photograph, drawing, or diagram great for visual learners. With content created by science experts, entries include terms, definitions, inventions, notable scientific people, and more in easy-to-understand language. Students will also have the chance to sharpen research skills using such features as keys to pronunciation, guide words, and an index in each volume.
For hands-on experiments for science fairs or in-class learning, find over 60 pages of experiments and notes that have been tested and created for home or classroom use. Using the experiments as a guide, watch videos embedded in the QR codes to get tips on how to conduct experiments or even test out a new hypothesis. Expanding on science concepts within the series with associated activities will help to solidify the lesson in student’s minds.
Animals I (A-L)
Animals II (M-Z)
Human Beings I (A-L)
Human Beings II (M-Z)
Matter and Energy
Features a wealth of photos, diagrams, experiments, and activities
Great resource for science project ideas!
Meets the Next Generation Science Standards for Earth Science Progression, Life Science Progression, and Physical Science Progression
Includes QR codes that link to complementary videos to enrich the learning experience
Offers more than 3,000 articles and hundreds of photographs, illustrations, maps, and diagrams
Divided topically, the seven titles can be shelved as a set in a reference section, or individually as part of the circulating collection