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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

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Look Inside Taking care of the planet now will allow for a better future. By reducing trash, reusing products, and recycling materials, we can make small changes that will help make a big difference in the future. This nonfiction Beginning-to-Read book contains high-frequency words and content vocabulary. Connecting Concepts pages include a word list along with activities to strengthen early science and literacy skills, such as understanding nonfiction text, science in the real world, science and academic language, fluency, and finding further information.

The Read and Discover Science series is an early introduction to science at low reading levels. These nonfiction, beginning readers align with Next Gen Science Standards. Reading and content reinforcement activities in the back. The series can be used with beginning readers to practice high-frequency words, academic language, and to expand comprehension of life, earth and physical science. Aligns with Next Generation Science Standards for Grades K-3.

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    Read and Discover - Science
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    Mary Lindeen
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This is a great book full of educational elements that are useful too. Learn about recycling and reusing. It is perfect for classes and useful when discussing Earth Day in any environment for youth. It is colorful and interesting.

NetGalley, December 2017

Using clearly labeled colorful photos, this book explains the meaning of three terms--reduce, reuse, recycle. Front matter explains the science and literacy concepts emphasized in the book., while back matter provides guidance for discussing the book with children. Clearly aligned to Standards, this book should be useful to classroom teachers and homeschoolers. 4/5 stars

NetGalley, December 2017

Age appropriate material. Scales the big issues down to a smaller level so that kids can learn ways to contribute to society in a practical way. The visuals are colorful and bright to capture juveniles attention and give them a nice reference point. 4/5 stars

NetGalley, August 2017

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