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    MAKING GOOD DECISIONS 4 B OOK/ST
    When children are frustrated, and can't seem to get it right, they need encouragement--and sometimes a push to get them going in the right direction. This book set does just that with each story sending a positive message. Independent thought and positive messaging. 4 Titles include: Harold Finds a Voice, The Great Googly Moogly, Choices, and King Leonard's Teddy. Each book has 32 pages.
    • Set Focuses is on responsibility, patience, perseverance, determination, positive attitude, sharing and caring.
    • 4 Book set about making good decisions.
    • Independent thought and positive messaging.
    • Each book contains 32 pages.
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    CPYCPNGH
    KNOW YOUR EMOTIONS SET OF ALL 4
    Help children learn to recognize different emotions and the facial expressions and body language that go with them. Large, diverse photos illustrate kid friendly situations and feelings. A must have for ELL students and kids with special needs.
    • Naming feelings is an essential function to begin learning regulate emotions
    • Large, diverse photos illustrate kid friendly situations and feelings
    • A must have for ELL students and kids with special needs
    • Set of 4 books
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    FAIR PLAY
    Learn how to be a good sport with this fun nonfiction book. Ideal for young readers, this book explores teamwork with bright images, a fiction story related to the topic, an additional project, and other beneficial features. This 24-page full-color book describes the qualities of a good sport, including sharing the ball and cheering for others. It also covers key themes such as teamwork and kindness, and includes an extension activity for Grade 1. Perfect for the classroom, at-home learning, or homeschool to explore how to be fair on the court, on the field, and in life.
    • Describes the qualities of a good sport, including sharing the ball and cheering for others
    • Provides a related short fiction piece that will keep students interested
    • Connects essential topics such as teamwork and kindness to students' daily lives
    • Includes bright pages, thought-provoking discussion questions, and a Civics in Action activity designed to inspire students to be fair in all aspects of life
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    SEP121785
    PARK RANGERS
    Teach students about the park rangers who protect U.S. national parks. This nonfiction book explains the roles and responsibilities of park rangers in an easy-to-follow way. Ideal for young readers, the book includes a map of national parks, a fiction story related to the topic, an extension activity, discussion questions, and more exciting features. This 24-page full-color book describes what park rangers do to help both nature and people. It also covers important topics such as sharing knowledge and responsibility, and includes an extension activity for Grade 1. Perfect for the classroom, at-home learning, or homeschool to explore national parks, preserving nature, and interesting careers.
    • Describes what park rangers do to help both nature and people
    • Provides a short fiction piece about a ranger that will keep students interested
    • Connects meaningful topics such as sharing knowledge and responsibility to students' daily lives
    • Includes a map of national parks, essential discussion questions, and a Civics in Action activity that will empower students to become experts on nature
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    SEP121787
    HOW TO VOTE
    Help teach students about the voting process with this nonfiction book. Made for young readers, the book includes a fiction story related to the topic, a bonus project, discussion questions, and other helpful features. This 24-page full-color book explains how the voting process works and encourages students to study candidates. It also covers essential concepts such as democracy and civic duty and includes an extension activity for Grade 1. Perfect for the classroom, at-home learning, or homeschool to explore elections, leadership, and being an informed voter.
    • Explains how voting works and emphasizes the importance of being an informed voter
    • Provides a short fiction piece related to the topic that will get students invested
    • Covers key concepts such as democracy and civic duty in an easy-to-follow way
    • Includes vibrant images, interactive discussion questions, and a Civics in Action activity designed to show students how voting works in everyday life
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    SEP121786
    EUNICE KENNEDY SHRIVER IN SPIRING
    Learn about Eunice Kennedy Shriver, the founder of the Special Olympics who wanted to give everyone the opportunity to play the sports they love. This nonfiction book explores how she created places for athletes with disabilities to shine. Ideal for young readers, this book includes a fiction story related to the topic, discussion questions, an additional project, and other meaningful features. This 24-page full-color book describes the life and legacy of Eunice Kennedy Shriver. It also covers important topics such as acceptance and inclusivity, and includes an extension activity for Grade 1. Perfect for the classroom, at-home learning, or homeschool to learn about people with disabilities, amazing athletes, and leadership.
    • Describes the life and legacy of Eunice Kennedy Shriver
    • Provides a short fiction piece about a young Kennedy Shriver to get students interested
    • Connects relevant topics such as acceptance and inclusivity to students' daily lives
    • Includes historical images, thought-provoking discussion questions, and a Civics in Action activity that will encourage students to be kind to everybody
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    SEP121789
    YOU HAVE RIGHTS
    Teach students they have rights! This nonfiction book explains what rights are and encourages students to protect their own. Made for young readers, this book includes a fiction story connected to the topic, interactive discussion questions, a related project, and other helpful features. This 24-page full-color book explains what rights are while encouraging students to stand up for themselves and each other. It also guides students toward becoming informed individuals as they recognize their rights, and includes an extension activity for Grade 1. Perfect for the classroom, at-home learning, or homeschool to explore basic human rights, education, and equality.
    • Explains what rights are while encouraging students to stand up for themselves and each other
    • Provides a short fiction piece related to the right to learn that will interest students
    • Connects important topics such as civil rights and equality to students' daily lives
    • Includes relevant images, interactive discussion questions, and a Civics in Action activity that will motivate students to acknowledge their rights
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    SEP121798
    VOLUNTEERS TO THE RESCUE
    Learn how to help others in your community. This exciting nonfiction book describes the many ways that volunteers make a difference, from cleaning up parks to helping in food banks. Perfect for young readers, the book includes a short fiction story related to the topic, discussion questions, a connected activity, and more useful features. This 24-page full-color book explores the various ways people volunteer and encourages students to give back. It also covers important themes such as community and empathy, and includes an extension activity for Grade 1. Perfect for the classroom, at-home learning, or homeschool to explore volunteerism, donating, and helping others.
    • Explores various ways that people volunteer and encourages students to give back
    • Provides a short fiction piece related to the topic that will keep students invested
    • Connects important themes such as community and empathy to students' daily lives
    • Includes colorful pages, essential discussion questions, and a Civics in Action activity that will empower students to help those in need
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    SEP121784
    MY COUNTRY TIS OF THEE
    Discover what freedom means! This nonfiction book explains the song America in an easy-to-follow way. Made for young readers, the book includes a fiction story about the song, discussion questions, an additional project, and more useful features. This 24-page full-color book analyzes America line by line to make sure students understand. It also covers important topics related to national pride, and includes an extension activity for Grade 1. Perfect for the classroom, at-home learning, or homeschool to learn about symbols, freedom, and U.S. History.
    • Analyzes America line by line to make sure students understand
    • Provides a short fiction piece about the song that will interest students
    • Connects civics topics such as freedom and national pride to students' daily lives
    • Includes colorful pages, essential discussion questions, and a Civics in Action activity that will encourage students to remember what the American flag represents
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    SEP121805
    PAYDAY
    Learn about the choices people make with their money. This nonfiction book explores how people save and spend what they earn on payday. Ideal for young readers, the book includes a fiction story related to the topic, discussion questions, an exciting project, and other meaningful features. This 24-page full-color book explains what a payday is and what people may choose to do with their money. It also covers key economics concepts such as saving and spending, and includes an extension activity for Grade 1. Perfect for the classroom, at-home learning, or homeschool to learn about the economy, money management, and wants vs. needs.
    • Explains what a payday is and what people may choose to do with their money
    • Provides a short fiction piece related to the topic that will keep students invested
    • Covers key economics concepts such as saving and spending
    • Includes colorful images, interactive discussion questions, and a Civics in Action activity designed to challenge students to make their own business plan
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    SEP121806
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