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The Sun and the Places Where it Shines

What does the sun give us apart from warmth and light? How many days are there on Mercury? How many moons does Jupiter have? Is there a possibility of life somewhere else? A simple, fun, and modern introduction to our solar system, including glossary, recommended links, fun facts, and activities at the end. A really …

 
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Kunal’s Mum warned him against watching too much on the internet lest he gets sucked in, but he doesn’t listen. Kunal gets suddenly sucked into the internet and goes on a journey of discovery. Sample Text From Lost in the Internet Kunal loved the Internet. He was always asking Mummy for her phone so he …

 
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look at me

Look At Me a delightful and fun story of how each body part is being used. In this book children enjoy doing things with the use of their hands, mouth, nose, ears, and eyes. This story introduces the different senses we have and the simple use of these body parts. This is a good text …

 
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Biography-children's-picture-book-Anna-Mani

Anna’s Extraordinary Experiments with Weather is a biography for children in elementary school. Anna Mani is a famous Indian meteorologist, who invented many meteorological measuring instruments. This book is brought to us by Pratham’s Storyeweaver licensed under creative commons. The book is rated English Level 3 suited for young children who can read on their …

 
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Close to 400 pages of geography textbook, exercises, and learning material, suitable for Geography Grade 10 Students in Namibia. This book is based on the Namibian syllabus but has lots of wonderful resources which are not country specific for learning geography. These wonderful geography lessons and exercises are available in creative commons, CC-BY-SA. Many more …

 
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the flying train

One night, a flying train takes Jimmy, Nelly, and friends on an adventure to outer space. Was it all just a dream? An award winning, fun filled book. The flying train is a great chance to introduce facts about the solar system to young children. Janaki Sooriyarachchi is a highly respected author from Sri Lanka with an exceptional …

 
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cells

A non-fiction book all about cells, atoms, and other microscopic particles, including review questions and activities at the back. Suitable for school projects or home school lessons. Another great creative commons book from Open Equal Free. By: Megan Smith, Elissa Alvey, Dane Stogner     Text and Images from Cells – Home School Lessons Everything in …

 
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Lets-go-seed-collecting-cover-early-grades-biology

In Let’s Go Seed Collecting – biology for early grades, a fictional tale about two children and their dog out collecting seeds, we learn lots of non-fiction facts about seeds and plant life. A great introduction to biology topics for early grades, the picture book also contains some facts at the end about different types …

 
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tanias martian encounter

Tania’s back with more adventures in Tania’s Martian Encounter.  In Tania’s latest adventure, she’s heard about the new discovery of water on Mars. It’s simply fascinating, and Mama explains to her all about the planets and how important the discovery is. Tania’s uncle works for NASA and is coming to visit, so she is expecting …

 
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Frogs is a short, early non-fiction book aimed at first graders. Perfect for early science lessons, and inspiring class projects. This is another great creative commons book from Mustard Seed Books. By: Mustard Seed Guided Reading: E, Grade Level: 1.4, Reading Recovery: 8 Word Count: 139, Pages 8,  Mustard Seed Set 2 – Mid 1st Grade Excerpt from the Book: Frogs …

 
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