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Blastoff! Readers Level 3 · Science and Math

Rain Forests

Rain forests are some of the most beautiful and resource-rich environments on Earth. Readers will discover the layers of the rain forest, the animals and plants of the rain forest, and how… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 4 · Science and Math

Sound

Movements called vibrations produce sound. Small vibrations make a quiet sound. Big vibrations make a loud sound. This book teaches children what sound is and how it can be measured. More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 3 · Science and Math

Prairies

The United States was once abundant with prairies. Some have been converted to farmland, but other prairies still thrive. Students will learn how a prairie changes through the seasons, what… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 3 · Science and Math

Glaciers

Glaciers are huge, moving sheets of ice and snow. The fastest glaciers still only move about 100 feet a day. This book explains how glaciers form, how they move, and how a moving glacier… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 3 · Science and Math

Wetlands

Wetlands are complex features of Earth that contain a wide variety of life. Readers will learn about the different kinds of wetlands, the animals that live in wetlands, and how wetlands help people. More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 3 · Science and Math

Wind

What has the power to move sailboats across water and pick houses up off the ground? Wind. Beginning readers will be blown away as they discover what wind is and how it moves on calm days and More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 3 · Science and Math

Clouds

Did you know not all clouds are white? Green clouds can form and signal severe storms and tornadoes. Beginning readers will discover the different types of clouds and how they form. More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 3 · Science and Math

Rain

Farmers need just the right amount of rain for their fields. Too little or too much can destroy crops. This book explores our human need for rain and introduces floods, droughts, and the water cycle. More →

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