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S.M.A.R.T.S. is their name, and science is their game. Hubble Middle School's science club—better known as the S.M.A.R.T.S. (Science, Maker, and Real ...
The S.M.A.R.T.S. club has a new member—a high-tech android named Dude. But not everyone is happy to have the robot at school... because someone is deliberately ...
The S.M.A.R.T.S. team is going to Mars! After winning a contest, S.M.A.R.T.S. gets the chance to participate in a Mars colony simulation out in the desert.
Strange things are happening at the Hubble Middle School: someone's setting off the fire alarm, breaking into the school at night, and secretly using the ...
The S.M.A.R.T.S. can't wait for the local high school's Art of Science exhibition. It's sure to be a great show, except for one problem—the centerpiece ...
Hubble Middle School is getting some strange visitors—a UFO has been spotted hovering around the school in what could be a monumental first encounter. But the ...
Kids are getting sick after lunch...and it's not because of questionable cafeteria food. It's poison! But there are only two groups tossing their cookies: the ...
Photographs and short verses describe how it feels to be angry.
Which 3-D shape can blow in the wind, swim in the sea, or roll on the ground? A sphere! Have a ball spotting spheres in the sky, your fridge, and even your toy ...
Photographs and short verses describe how it feels to be happy.
Photographs and short verses describe how it feels to be scared.
Help children learn to recognize different emotions and the facial expressions and body language that go with them. Large, diverse photos illustrate ...
Photographs and short verses describe how it feels to be sad.
Counts backward from ten to one starting with ten school buses and ending with one city bus--in both English and Spanish ...
Foster a love of science by evoking a sense of wonder with this introductory set. Explore key science concepts through inviting photos and inspired text.
How much water does it take to fill the fishbowl? How much milk do you need for your cereal? From cups to gallons, learn how measuring tools help you fill it ...
What is near, and what is far? It all depends on where you are. Play around with near and far to see how these useful words put your world in place.
Look above you to see clouds. Dig below to find worms. Play around with above and below to see how these useful words put your world into place.
The taller the bar, the more there are! Bar graphs put information side by side. Have fun making and using bar graphs to compare numbers quickly.
Keep score, count votes, and add it up with tally charts. Have fun making and using tally charts to keep count.
Simple text, photographs, and illustrations show triangles in everyday objects in both English and Spanish.
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