In addition to counting down Timmy's remaining guavas, readers count up the number of guavas found. Timmy and Mike, and the reader, search each illustration for one missing guava at a time. Ordinals are taught (1st, 2nd, etc), and so are directions (left, right, under, etc). Each illustration is a fun search for a missing guava!
Nine-year-old Sofia Diaz’s world is coming apart. So is the rickety old boat that carries her far up the Rio Negro river in Brazil. Crocodiles swim in the dark waters. Spiders scurry up the twisted tree trunks. And a crazy toucan screeches a warning. It chases Sofia and Júlia, her new friend, deep into the steamy rainforest. There they stumble upon a shocking discovery.
A curious monkey named Matt learns about toucans. While reading, Matt asks essential questions to help deepen understanding of the topic. This is a perfect nonfiction book for children ages 6-7 to begin reading independently.
Welcome to another Kids Explore! animal book for kids! In this book, you will discover exciting facts about the featured animal. Be sure to pay attention, because at the end of the book, you will be tested for your knowledge.
In Toby Toucan and his Noisy Beak, Toby Toucan SNIP-SNAPS his very fine -- but very noisy -- beak morning and night. When his neighbors complain, he's very sad. Then everyone learns that his SNIP-SNAP is useful after all! Children will love to SNIP-SNAP Toby's beak along with the story.
Tiko the Toucan had always been...different! Other birds teased and made fun of him. Tiko felt very sad. Have you ever felt like you don't belong because you're different - look different, talk different, act different? Have you ever being teased and felt sad, like Tiko?
Best friends Toucan, Giraffe and Penguin all feel different in some way. Giraffe feels he is too tall, Penguin can't fly, and Toucan is embarrassed by his big yellow beak. But they soon discover that they can use their differences to help their friends. Green Bananas are easy stories for readers ages four to six, a new level just below Blue Bananas. Each book contains full-color illustrations and three simple stories that are linked together.
In this book you will find 15 amazing animal facts accompanied by high quality photos! At the end of this book you will also discover 5 quiz questions for testing your knowledge. This book is perfect for a "read-along" learning experience with your child.
See what the toco toucan has in common with the tropical kingbird. Learn what sets it apart from the rock wren. Readers will compare key traits of toco toucans their appearance, behavior, habitat, and life cycle to traits of other birds. Charts and sidebars support key ideas and provide details.
In Toucans, early readers will learn how a toucans big, bright bill helps it survive in the rain forest. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text will engage emergent readers as they observe a day in the life of a toucan.
There was once a bird in the forest that was completely black, except for his white eyes, who was laughed at by all the other animals because he did not have a name. So he must go to seek his fortune. This modern fable answers the question "How did the toucan get its name?"—and also incidentally his amazing colors.
This book introduces kids to addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in a fun and unthreatening fashion. Math riddles encourage young readers to think through math problems as they study both the amusing verse and pictures. Solutions and tables are provided.