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Grade 2

Social Studies

Before the Store

Kids are used to seeing stores stocked with foods, toys, household items, and more. But most kids know very little about where those products come from or how they are made. Our… More →

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High Interest

Beginning Sports

Kids love sports of all kinds, whether it's an individual activity or a team effort! Our Beginning Sports series presents simple descriptions of equipment, rules, and skills that help kids… More →

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Social Studies

Be Safe

Kids love to explore! From riding their bikes around the neighborhood to surfing the Web, they face new experiences every day. So how can they stay safe through life's daily adventures? Our… More →

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STEM

Big Machines at Work

The huge wheels, powerful engines, and loud noises of working machines seem to entrance children for hours. Now young students can pore over color photos as they learn about their favorite… More →

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Spring '21 STEM

Blast Off to Space

Outer space is full of wonder and mystery. Is there life beyond Earth? What is a comet made of? Young readers will enjoy blasting into space with this exciting, informational series to learn… More →

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Language Arts

Blends

Developed by a team of renowned experts and described by critics as 'leading the field,' these charming books entice developing readers to learn blend sounds by incorporating full-color… More →

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High Interest

Central Division

Young hoops fans will be enthralled with the Insider's Guide to Pro Basketball series. Each book takes a detailed look at a specific National Basketball Association team. Readers will explore… More →

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Language Arts

Classic Tales by Beatrix Potter

Children love a great story--and there's never been a better storyteller than Beatrix Potter! Anyone who grew up with these gentle, appealing tales remembers them vividly. The Child's World's… More →

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Language Arts

Community Helpers

The highest-level Nonfiction Readers encourage more advanced students to extend their skills by instilling the confidence that they can read to learn about subjects of their own choosing!… More →

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Spring '20 Life Sciences

Comparing Animal Differences

Is that a llama or an alpaca? An alligator or a crocodile? The animal kingdom is full of creatures of all shapes and sizes, but occasionally there will be two that are seemingly identical… More →

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Language Arts

Comparison Fun

Did you know a blue whale's heart is as big as a small car? Or that it would take 152 years to drive to the sun? Engage readers in early comparison concepts with this visual series… More →

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Language Arts

Concept Fun

Which person is happy? What object is biggest? Which shape is the circle? Engage readers in key early learning concepts, such as emotions, sizes, and shapes with this exciting, interactive… More →

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