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Thomas Edison Invents the Lightbulb

by Jeffrey Fuerst Mark Corcoran Susan Shafer

Perform this script about how Thomas Edison changes the world by creating a long-lasting electric lightbulb.

Those Shoes

by Maribeth Boelts Noah Z. Jones

NIMAC-sourced textbook <P><P>All Jeremy wants is a pair of those shoes, the ones everyone at school seems to be wearing. Though Jeremy’s grandma says they don’t have room for "want," just "need," when his old shoes fall apart at school, he is more determined than ever to have those shoes, even a thrift-shop pair that are much too small. But sore feet aren’t much fun, and Jeremy soon sees that the things he has — warm boots, a loving grandma, and the chance to help a friend — are worth more than the things he wants. <P><P>Lexile Measure: AD550L

Three American Heroes

by Guadalupe V. Lopez

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Three Ancient Communities

by Sandy Riggs

Find out about the three ancient communities of Egypt, Greece, and Rome and the people who lived there.

Three Dog Wishes

by Yara S. Mignon Craig Smith

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Three Golden Oranges [Beyond Level, Grade 5]

by Carlos Aon James McNaughton

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Three Gorges Dam

by Lisa Moran

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Three Great Ballplayers

by Greg Rogers

The fun and excitement of English and Language Arts learning continues in Grade 2 of Reading Street. This comprehensive and dynamic curriculum for homeschooling is geared toward young children who have some foundational English and Language Arts knowledge and are ready to strengthen their skills. Comprised of engaging activities, challenging content and weekly quizzes, Reading Street: Grade 2 is the next step in your child's path toward becoming a lifelong learner and reader. As with all Reading Street products, the Grade 2 system is formatted to help students meet certain age-appropriate goals. After completing this English and Language Arts homeschool program, your child should be able to: Read and comprehend two-syllable words. Identify common prefixes (such as pre-, un-, or re-) and suffixes (such as -able, -ad and -er). Correct mistakes made when reading out loud. Read books with two or more chapters. Understand the structure of stores (i. e. beginning, middle and end). Start selecting reading materials based on his/her own interests. Identify the "who," "what," "when," "where," "why" and "how" of the text. While the goals of second Grade English and Language Arts are numerous, Reading Street will help you craft engrossing lessons. Your child will garner important English and Language Arts skills while completing a workbook, reading stories and poems, and taking assessments. Planning these lessons will be easier than ever, as all Reading Street systems are broken down into weekly Big Ideas. All the work your child does on a given week is formulated around that single concept for an organized and challenging curriculum. With six easy-to-follow units, Reading Street: Grade 2 is the perfect tool for homeschooling parents. Your child will enjoy the reading selections and activities, and you'll love to see your student growing into a knowledgeable individual. We're confident that this product is the right one for you. For more information on the specific materials found in Grade 2 of Reading Street, check out the Features and Benefits page.

Three Greek Myths: Pandora, Icarus and Midas

by Jeffrey Fuerst Annabelle Howard Steve Boccelato

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Three Hens and a Peacock (Into Reading, Read Aloud Module 3 #2)

by Henry Cole Lester Laminack

NIMAC-sourced textbook <p><p> This hilarious book reveals what happens when some foolish farm animals decide to trade roles—and discover just how hard it is to do someone else’s job. <p> The Tuckers’ farm is a peaceful place. Everyone has a job and no one complains. That is, until a hapless peacock falls off the back of a passing truck and stirs things up. Soon, customers are flocking to the farm to see what all the fuss is about. But the hens don’t like the newcomer getting attention while they do all the hard work. The wise old hound sees the problem and helps orchestrate a job swap. What follows is the hilarious tale of three hens who get in way over their feathered heads, and one very distressed peacock who just can’t figure out how to lay an egg. <p> Lester L. Laminack has created a comical look at what happens when we underestimate the value of others’ work. Henry Cole’s delightful illustrations heighten the story’s humor and will have readers of all ages laughing out loud.

Three Historical Communities of North America

by Jeri Cipriano

Perform this script about a Polish immigrant's life in 1946.

Three Immigrant Communities NEW YORK CITY in 1900

by Monica Halpern

Miranda has one messy desk. It's full of books, pencils, science projects and…other stuff. Too much stuff, says her teacher, Ms. Basil. On a family visit to her Uncle Aldo's one night, Miranda wonders if some of his magician's tools might offer a solution to her messy-desk problem. Sneaking off to the magic room, Miranda finds Uncle Aldo's impressive collection of top hats. Miranda knows that magic top hats can hold lots of things—why not the mess from her desk? At first, the hat seems to do the trick, but soon things start to go horribly wrong. As Uncle Aldo says, you have to be careful with magic.

The Three Little Pigs

by Mark Meyers Alison Adams Sera Y. Reycraft

Classic Tales: The Three Little Pigs

The Three Little Pigs and the Wolf

by Carrie Smith

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The Three Musketeers

by Alexandre Dumas Malvina G. Vogel Pablo Marcos Studio

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Three Native Nations Of the Woodlands, Plains, and Desert

by Ron Himler Ted Hammond John K. Manos

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Three Pigs, Level K

by Grace Schmidt Kathy Wilburn

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The Three Sisters

by Mark Corcoran Anne Flounders Kitty Higgins

Perform this script about the eruption of a long-dormant volcano and the earthquake that followed the eruption.

The Three Tates

by Betty Edwards Rebecca Grudzina Lori O'Dea

How much fun can you have in one day? The Tate girls love school three times more than most kids. Read to find out why.

Three Tricky Tales

by Anne Miranda Craig Spearing

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Three Tricky Tales

by Anne Miranda Craig Spearing

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A Throne for the King

by Kathy Furgang Gilly May

This story is about a king who needs a new throne that is a perfect fit.

Throw Your Tooth on the Roof: Tooth Traditions from Around The World

by Selby B. Beeler G. Brian Karas

NIMAC-sourced textbook <P><P>What do you do when you lose a tooth? Do you put it under your pillow and wait for the tooth fairy? Not if you live in Botswana! In Botswana, children throw their teeth onto the roof. In Afghanistan they drop their teeth down mouse holes, and in Egypt they fling their teeth at the sun! Travel around the world and discover the surprising things children do when they lose a tooth. Selby B. Beeler spent years collecting traditions from every corner of the globe for this whimsical book, and illustrator G. Brian Karas adds to the fun, filling every page with humorous detail. He perfectly captures the excitement and pride that children experience when a tooth falls out. <P>This title has been selected as a Common Core Text Exemplar (Grades 2-3, Informational Texts) <P>Lexile Measure: AD540L

Tick, Tock, Check the Clock! (Into Reading, Level C #2)

by Jackie Urbanovic Lisa Trumbauer

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Ticket to Canada [Grade 5]

by Eric Oatman John Martin

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