Animals of the World – We work on using an index.
The Human Body – What are the major human organs?
Searching for Elephants! – See what you can understand from the screen shot.
What lives in the ocean? – A table of contents anyone?
Discover dinosaurs! – Where is all this dinosaur stuff coming from?
Love the Big Cats – Are there some similarities between a house cat and a lion?
Book of Shapes – These shapes are a bit too happy!
Welcome World Recipes! – Under which heading will you find recipes for milkshakes?
Recipes – Fill in the captions for each picture for this recipe page. Use the word bank below.
Insects – What is the name of the insect that turns into a butterfly?
Guess the Animal – Here is a glossary that describes different animals. Use the word bank to fill in the missing names for each description.
The Five Senses – If your ears are listening to the birds outside, what is the name of that sense?
Exploring Space – Which planet has a distance from the sun that is 36 million miles?
Playing Sports – On what page is there information about basketball?
Countries Around the World – If you want to read about China, which page should you turn to?
At the Pet Store – Jimmy and his mother are looking for a new pet. Before they go to the store to actually see the animals, they have done some research.
Everything Must Go! – Study the advertisement. Answer the questions.
The Whistle – According to the story, what early lesson did Franklin learn?
Monkeying Around – Read the questions. Use the Table of Contents to answer them.
Using an Index – Kim just got a new craft book and she's anxious to get started making fun stuff. Read each questions.
Using Web Pages as Resources – Cats make wonderful companions for people of all ages. They are all over the Internet too!
Using a Table of Contents – Abby just got a brand new book of Fairy Tales for her birthday. Read the Table of Contents. Then answer the questions.
Camp Adventure – It is Ken's first day of camp. Study the activity schedule. Then answer the questions.
Childhood in Egypt – They helped out in the family home, and they often worked for money.
Furniture Sale! – Which has the bigger discount, living room sets or tables?
Glossaries – Some books have a list of words in alphabetical order called a glossary in the back. It contains definitions of words used in the book.
Perseus – Perseus was the son of the Greek god Zeus and the mortal woman Danae.
Wild Cats – When you think of wild cats you probably think of lions, tigers, leopards and jaguars.
Walking on the Moon – The name of the space mission that took the first men to the moon was Apollo 11.
Big Cats – People argue about whether the lion or the tiger is "the king of cats."