Interacting with literature. Idioms allow us to convey meaning in an interesting and brief way.
A warm read, and introductory look at the efforts of those trying to help the orphaned children in the big cities of America.
We have always enjoyed books by Gail Gibbons! Her science books explain sometimes difficult concepts in an easy to understand way. And they are always beautifully illustrated. Now you can download educator guides to go with her books ~ free! The first one features educator instructions for a different book each month: January: Dinosaurs February: […]
For the Birds is a free publication from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that encourages backyard bird watching.
Poems by Emily Dickinson (1891) | Emily Dickinson (1830–1886)
November 2, 1883 | Emma Lazarus (1849–1887)
Lilliput Lyrics (1899) | William Brighty Rands (1823–1882)
The Rural Muse, Poems (1835) | John Clare (1793–1864)
We have updated our September learning calendar for 2020. This time of year everything is fresh and new — from the points on our pencils to the smell of new crayons. So we have gathered all kinds of resources to brighten your new school year, including: 19 free eBooks. 8 of our free unit studies […]
The Poems of Celia Thaxter (1914) | Celia Thaxter (1836–1894)
Poems by Mary E. Coleridge (1908) | Mary E. Coleridge (1861–1907)
Sing-song: A Nursery Rhyme Book by Christina Rossetti (1915) | Christina G. Rossetti (1830–1894)