Build a class library with children's books that kids love. Books from Creative Teaching Press, Edupress, and Houghton Mifflin bring classic stories and modern tales to your classroom. Use exercise books and story books to get children excited about reading.
Engaging Stories From funny tales about animals to books based on true events, children's books cover a wide range of subject material to ensure that all the children in your class have access to books they love. Engaging stories and eye-catching illustrations make kids' books stand out, while lyrical prose and creative rhyming schemes help keep a young child's attention during quieter class periods. Familiar characters who appear in multiple books of the same series foster kids' desires to read more books and find out what happens next.
Early Learning Keeping children's books in your classroom gives kids room to explore their own interests and helps build literacy skills. Reading aloud to younger children builds a foundation for later reading and writing lessons, while beginning readers can practice their newfound skills by reading books of their own choosing. When used in conjunction with language arts books and flash cards, kids' books can help boost a child's reading skills.
Grade-Appropriate Materials Children's books can be grouped by age or grade level to ensure that you're providing appropriate reading material for every child in a multiple-grade facility or learning center. Grade level suggestions can also help you choose books to challenge a fast learner or help a slower learner build confidence. Practice cards and activity books designed to boost reading comprehension help children achieve the skills they need to succeed at standardized tests.