Earth Science Explorers

Why are there different seasons? How do clouds form?
What does it look like to travel deep into the ocean—or under the soil? Young
readers have many questions about the world around them, and their natural
curiosity can inspire a lifelong love of Earth science. This curiosity is
fostered through age-appropriate text that presents basic science concepts in a
way that early learners can understand. Vibrant photographs of the natural
world—from rocks and dirt to sunny skies and storm clouds—captivate young
readers and encourage them to explore their own surroundings.
Each Book

• Common examples of Earth science topics to help readers connect
what they learn in school to what they see in nature

• A simple glossary that
defines unfamiliar terms in accessible language to build vocabulary skills

An index to introduce young readers to the use of this essential nonfiction text
Curriculum Connections:

• Topics are aligned to Next Generation
Science Standards focusing on Earth and space sciences for grades K to 2

Text features and close picture-text correlation support English and Language
Arts standards focusing on obtaining information from sources beyond the main

• Readers are encouraged to make observations about the world around
them, which is an essential part of elementary science

Product type: Single Copy Set
ISBN: 978-1-5026-5860-9
Copyright: 2021
Reading Level: Grades 1-2
Interest Level: Grades K-2
Dimensions: 7" x 7"