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Disappearing Dinosaurs by Holden, Pam
After living on Earth for millions of years, all the dinosaurs disappeared forever. They had gone from Earth long before people were here. That was more than 100 million years ago. Why did that happen? How did they become extinct? The answers to these questions are a mystery to everyone who is intereste ...Show more
The Rainbow Party by Pam Holden
Have you seen the all the colors of the rainbow? When do we see a rainbow in the sky? What does it tell us about the weather? Bright pretty colors can cheer us up when we are feeling unhappy. The class in this story used rainbow colors and dress-up costumes to have fun.
Dinosaur Reports by Pam Holden
These dinosaur fans shared a lot of information about different kinds of dinosaurs. Each fan studied how the dinosaurs lived long ago. At the Dinosaur Club meetings each month, the children took turns giving reports. What facts do you think they learned about dinosaurs?
George the Joker by Pam Holden
You know that a joke is a funny story that makes people laugh. A practical joke is different it is a trick that is meant to be funny, but sometimes it is not very funny for the person who gets tricked. Do you like it when somebody plays a trick on you?
Exploring the Internet by John Lockyer
The World Wide Web is also called the Internet. You can use it to find almost any kind of information. You get to the Internet through a computer. Have you found information on the Internet? How did you do it?
Tides by John Lockyer
You are sure to have seen the changes of the tide when you are at the beach. Do you know what makes the tide come in and go out again? How often does it happen? How do the tide changes help sea animals? Why are the tides important to people?
Stone Soup by Pam Holden
The man in this story was very hungry because he had been lost in the forest with no food. He asked an old woman to give him some food, but she was too mean to share. The young man played a clever trick on the mean woman and they both had a good dinner.
A Wild Party by Jack Gabolinscy
When this family was planning an eightieth birthday party for their grandmother, the children were told to be quiet and well-mannered. Their parents didnt want them to do anything rowdy to spoil the celebration for Grandma. Do you think the children did as they were told? What do you think happened to ...Show more
Number Games by Holden, Pam
We all need to use numbers in our lives every day, for counting and measuring and shopping. As well as being fun, playing games is a good way to get quicker at working with numbers. We can try to work out puzzles and tricks more quickly than our friends. There are good ways to count fast, too. Sometimes ...Show more
At Home on the Reef by Julie Ellis
Beautiful coral reefs are found in warm, shallow seas. They stop beaches and shorelines from being washed away by waves and storms. They are home to thousands of different types of sea animals.The reefs are made of the skeletons of millions of little sea creatures called polyps. They take thousands of y ...Show more
The Gentle Giant by Pam Holden
The man in this story was so huge that people called him a giant. But he wasnt fierce or mean like some giants. He liked to do kind things to help anybody who was in trouble. Thats why he was called the Gentle Giant.
Paralympic Games by Julie Ellis
You are sure to know about the Olympic Games. Have you heard about the Paralympic Games which are held after the Olympic Games? Athletes with disabilities compete against other athletes with the same disabilities. How?