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One, Three, Five, HELP – Early maths story

One, Three, Five, HELP is a maths story that includes adding exercises and a lesson about odd and even numbers. See more books like this in our Maths category. See more books from the creators in our Pratham-Storyweaver category. Author: Kuzhali Manickavel Illustrator: Sonal Gupta Vaswani     Text and Images from One, Three, Five, HELP …

 

Thunderbolt Kids Science Comic Books Grade 6

In Thunderbolt Kids Science Comic Books Grade 6, we learn about the adventures of the Thunderbolt kids in a comic book style way. These books teach science and are perfect for struggling and reluctant readers since the texts are short and fun. This book is Grade 6, there are other books available for science grades …

 

Thunderbolt Kids Science Comic Books Grade 5

In Thunderbolt Kids Science Comic Books Grade 5, we learn about the adventures of the Thunderbolt kids in a comic book style way. These books teach science and are perfect for struggling and reluctant readers since the texts are short and fun. This book is Grade 5, there are other books available for science grades …

 

Sailing Ships and Sinking Spoons – STEM Lessons in buoyancy

In Sailing Ships and Sinking Spoons – lessons in buoyancy, Tenzin and Tashi, two young Tibetan monks, and Genla, the beloved storyteller of the monastery, wonder why a small steel spoon sinks in water but a huge ship floats. Their science teacher Miss Sonam helps them experiment with an apple, a spoon and a tub-full …

 

The Best House Of All – A picture book for young architects

The Best House Of All – A picture book for young architects – Does your little one love building forts, or drawing houses? Or perhaps you want to introduce them to what your job is, as an architect? This book is a perfect picture book for introducing young children to the concept of architecture and …

 

A Whistling Good Idea – STEM Rube Goldberg machine

A Whistling Good Idea – STEM Rube Goldberg machine – Nivi has to turn the cooker off for Ma. It’d be really simple to just turn it off right? But what about if she builds a cool machine to do it for her? This picture book for grades 2 to 5 is a fun read …

 

Let’s Make Some Lime Juice! – a STEM storybook

 After school all the children play together under the peepal tree, near Raju Uncle’s chai shop. Raju Uncle leaves a big pitcher of lime juice for them all to share. But how do they make sure there are 8 equal parts? When the lime juice is finished it’s time to make some more. How will …

 
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