Easy to Read Mini-Books & Mini-Plays on Science & Math for Kids

Archive for February 2010

These 20 short, reproducible plays require NO props, are perfect for readers theater, and will expand vocabulary, and build fluency.

Teachers and Home-Schoolers, introduce your students to the amazing human body!

Children will learn key concepts about the human body with engaging plays, lots of humor, and familiar songs.

Topics include the brain, heart, lungs, muscles, skeleton, the five senses, the immune system, organs, nutrition, fitness, safety, and more!  The easy-to-read text includes rhyme, repetition, and predictable language to build reading confidence.

Includes science background and great extension activities that reinforce key concepts and vocabulary.

The plays and activities in this book are aligned with KEY LANGUAGE ARTS AND SCIENCE STANDARDS.

(Source: National Resource Council (1996). National Science Educatins Content Standards. Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences.)

Listening to the sounds of a thunderstorm, observing seeds sprout, or trying to count the twinkling stars in the night sky, are doors to discovery and exploration for young children. Through the wonder of five senses, children eagerly open their minds to learning about science in the wonderful world around them!

Nancy I. Sanders and I are THRILLED at the popularity of this book. It’s hit a second print run!

This delightful book from Scholastic Teaching Resources, teaches key science concepts and builds reading fluency with FUN, information filled, easy-t0-read plays on animals, habitats, life cycles, health and the human body, plants and seeds, weather and more.

Curriculum activities include fun crafts and activities that help reinforce key concepts and teach vocabulary.

The reproductible plays require no props, include rhyme, repetition, and predictable language to help young learners build reading confidence!

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  • Amy Tate: Sherri, this looks fantastic!!! I want one for my daughter, thanks so much for this!