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PreK– 8 2012 Spring Catalog Helping Children Learn since 1979

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Dear Educator, Inside this catalog, you will find Evan-Moor favorites, as well as new titles available in print, interactive apps, and e-books—all designed to help educators spark connections with their students. Be sure to explore our newest resources, such as Daily Phonics, Phonics Intervention Centers, and Everyday Literacy: Science. These new titles are built on the successful concept of daily, targeted practice that helps ELLs and early learners grasp important foundational skills. Thank you for the important job you do—helping children learn—and thank you for allowing Evan-Moor to be a part of your classroom. Sincerely, Joy Evans Co-Founder and Publisher

CONTENTS Grammar & Mechanics............................... 4 Spelling........................................................ 9 Language Development.............................. 10 Home–School Connection.......................... 12 Math............................................................. 14 Reading

Fluency................................................... 19

Phonics................................................... 20

Comprehension...................................... 22

Literacy................................................... 26

High Interest............................................ 28

Science........................................................ 30 Social Studies.............................................. 33 Thinking Skills.............................................. 35 Vocabulary.................................................. 36 Writing......................................................... 39 Federal Funding Sources:

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Grammar & Mechanics

Daily Language Review Short, meaningful practice activities pack a lot of learning power. Used in Over 1 Million Classrooms!

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Grammar & Mechanics

Grade 1

Daily Language Review Centers Appeal to all types of learners with hands-on practice of key concepts. Grades 1–3  Enrich your core language arts program, raise test scores, and inspire genuine learning with Daily Language Review Centers. The 36 motivating centers in each classroom kit help your students develop standards-based language skills. Each center can be used as a teaching device to introduce new skills, as an assigned or free-choice practice activity to reinforce skills, or as an assessment tool. Correlated to state standards and Common Core State Standards. Federal funding sources: I, III, V, RF, 21  evan-moor.com/dlrcent

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36 Color Centers, Teacher’s Guide, 20 Student Response Booklets, Answer Keys

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Grammar & Mechanics

Daily Paragraph Editing Editing practice that gets results! Students will enjoy being editors as they apply their language usage and proofreading skills to short, engaging texts.

FANTASY: Shea and the Leprechaun

Grades 2–6+  Provide your students with award-winning editing practice that fits into any school day! The 36 weeks of activities in each Daily Paragraph Editing title target specific grade-level capitalization, punctuation, spelling, and language usage skills. Each weekly lesson includes a 4-paragraph composition for students to edit and a related writing prompt. 176 reproducible pages. Correlated to state standards and Common Core State Standards. Federal funding sources: –I, V, RF, 21  evan-moor.com/dpe

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Writing

Grammar & Mechanics

Daily Handwriting Practice Students practice handwriting skills while exploring content-rich themes and topics. All Grades  Handwriting practice with a curriculum tie-in! Daily Handwriting Practice presents students with practice writing letters, words, and sentences about a variety of content-area topics, from language arts to science and social studies. 112 reproducible pages. Federal funding sources: I, V, 21   evan-moor.com/dhp

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Language Fundamentals Sentences

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GRADES 1–6+  Over 200 reproducible student activity pages, scaffolded to accommodate students’ various skill levels, allow you to target the practice your students need in grammar, mechanics, usage, and vocabulary. Review pages in test format are perfect for test prep, while sentence-editing exercises provide students with a real-world application of skills. 240 pages. Correlated to state standards and Common Core State Standards. Federal funding sources: I, III, V, RF, 21  evan-moor.com/langfund

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I would like a sandwich and milk. I would like a game to play or a book to read. We can find a restaurant, and you can buy lunch.

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Grammar & Punctuation Great value for teachers. Great practice for students.

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GRADES 1–6+  Grammar & Punctuation combines direct instruction with fun activities and interactive charts to engage students in the practice and application of grammar and punctuation rules. Each grade level comes jam-packed with 25 rule charts, 3 practice pages for each rule, 4 extra review pages, record sheets, an answer key, and downloadable interactive charts that provide a unique way to approach each lesson. With so much in one book, it’s your ultimate resource for grammar and punctuation practice! 112 reproducible pages. Mac and PC compatible. Correlated to state standards and Common Core State Standards. Federal funding sources: I, V, 21  evan-moor.com/grammar

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SPELLING

Building Spelling Skills The go-to spelling resource for easy-to-integrate daily lessons. Go beyond surface-level memorization with strategies and practice activities that help students internalize spelling patterns, recognize word parts, and associate meaning with spelling. Grades 1–6+  Help your students learn up to 540 grade-level spelling words in 30 weekly units. Each unit includes lesson objectives, four student practice pages, and a dictation activity. Forms for testing, record keeping, creating student word lists, and more give you everything you need to build strong spellers. 160 reproducible pages. Correlated to state standards and Common Core State Standards. Federal funding sources: I, V, RF, 21  evan-moor.com/bss

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LANGUAGE Development

Multimedia activities connect life experiences to survival vocabulary. Look, Listen, & Speak Connecting language to life! Look Electronic and print posters provide engaging multimedia environments that introduce theme-based vocabulary in context. Listen Interactive games, chants, songs, and read-along stories on a CD-ROM reinforce vocabulary and concepts. Speak Familiar themes help students connect topics and vocabulary to the world around them. Correlated to state standards.

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Step-by-step directed teaching lessons, reproducible activity pages, and written and oral assessments give teachers a clear instructional path.

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Picture Cards

48 full-color labeled cards can be used for a variety of games and extra hands-on practice.

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LANGUAGE Development

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Daily Reading Comprehension Boost reading proficiency and test scores by helping students become active, engaged readers. The ultimate resource for research-based instruction, reinforcement, and practice of basic reading strategies and skills. Grades 1–6+  Supplement your reading instruction and prepare students for state testing with 150 daily lessons. In just 10 to 15 minutes a day, Daily Reading Comprehension presents students with the reading strategies and skills they need to become successful lifetime readers! 192 pages. Correlated to state standards and Common Core State Standards. Federal funding sources: I, V, RF, 21   evan-moor.com/drc they are al picture of, what good adjectives, This strategy helps mental images learn to identify to adjust their reading. Students passage. Students also learn in a ls detai the “see” as they read.

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Daily Reading Comprehension Centers Colorful hands-on activities that provide additional practice with the skills targeted in Daily Reading Comprehension.

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Comprehension Read & Understand with Leveled Texts One size does not fit all when it comes to reading ability. Grades K–6+  This revised edition of a long-time best seller continues to help teachers differentiate instruction to improve comprehension, vocabulary skills and test scores! Supplement your core reading program with texts leveled according to guided reading or Lexile leveling criteria. 160 pages. Correlated to state standards and Common Core State Standards. Federal funding sources: I, V, RF, 21  evan-moor.com/randult Read & Understand with Leveled Texts   Grade K Grade 1 Grade 2

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Spanish/English Read & Understand Meaningful reading practice spans two grade levels. Grades 1–6+  The 25 or more selections in each Spanish/English Read & Understand title come with reproducible follow-up activities that cover comprehension, vocabulary, and language arts skills. Reading levels span two grade levels to help teachers accommodate various skill levels in one classroom. 304 reproducible pages. Correlated to state standards and Common Core State Standards. Federal funding sources: I, III, V, RF, 21  evan-moor.com/randuse Spanish/English Read & Understand    Stories & Activities Grade 1 EMC 5307-C12 Grade 2 EMC 5308-C12 Grade 3 EMC 5309-C12

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Read and Understand: Stories and Activities Grades 1–3  Supplement your core reading program with motivating reading selections accompanied by comprehension and vocabulary activities. Read and Understand is a musthave resource for extra reading practice and test preparation. 144 pages. Correlated to state standards and Common Core State Standards. Federal funding sources: I, V, RF, 21  evan-moor.com/randu Read and Understand: Stories and Activities   $17.99 Grade 1 EMC 745-C12 Grade 2 EMC 746-C12 Grade 3 EMC 747-C12

Literature Pockets Literature enrichment in clever, easy-to-make pocket portfolios. Grades K–6+  Enhance your literature studies with the easy-to-make constructionpaper “pockets,” which are ideal for creating a comprehensive portfolio of student work. Each lesson focuses on a literature genre or genre-specific story. 96 reproducible pages. Correlated to state standards and Common Core State Standards. Federal funding sources: I, III, V, ER, RF, 21  evan-moor.com/litpockets Literature Pockets   Folktales & Fairy Tales

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Comprehension Nonfiction Reading Practice

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3. Reading practice geared for three levels of ability for each nonfiction topic. Grades 1–6+  Address the varied reading levels in your classroom and give practical test prep! Each of the 20 units in this title present three articles on the same topic, but at three levels of difficulty. Comprehension and vocabulary activities are included, and contentarea topics span social studies, science, health and safety, math, and the arts. 176 pages. Correlated to state standards and Common Core State Standards. Federal funding sources: I, V, ER, RF, 21  evan-moor.com/nfread Nonfiction Reading Practice   Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3

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Clues to Comprehension

Students love to solve the riddles and will be acquiring reading comprehension skills along the way! Grades 1–6  The dynamic lessons use downloadable interactive posters and reproducible practice pages to help students think creatively, logically, and critically to solve riddles. Activities also build reading comprehension and vocabulary, and offer practice on decoding and structural analysis.144 pages plus downloadable interactive charts. Mac and PC compatible. Correlated to state standards and Common Core State Standards. Federal funding sources: I, V, ER, RF, 21  evan-moor.com/c2c Clues to Comprehension  

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Sequencing Interactive App Ensure early learners are off to a solid start. Grades K–3  These interactive sequencing activities engage early learners and offer practice of the skills they need in order to become successful readers and writers. Activities increase in complexity and provide multiple opportunities to develop language, vocabulary, visual literacy, and critical comprehension skills. Federal funding sources: V, ER, RF Grades K–3

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Literacy

Students can’t keep their hands off these engaging centers!

Take It to Your Seat Literacy Centers Grade 2

Grades PreK–6  Each book includes up to 18 centers that span two grade levels of important reading and language arts skills, providing a range of practice for the students in your class. 192 full-color pages. Correlated to state standards and Common Core State Standards. Federal funding sources: I, V, ER, RF, 21 evan-moor.com/tlcent

Take It to Your Seat Reading & Language Centers Prepare these centers in a snap! Grades K–6+  Help your students master language and reading skills through fun, hands-on activities. The 12 delightful centers in each Take It to Your Seat Reading and Language Centers title present students with standards-based skill practice in an engaging, flexible format. You’ll love the easy-to-put-together center activities, which work for a variety of learning situations. And your students will love working with the full-color, beautifully illustrated task cards and mats that make language and reading practice feel more like fun than work! 160 pages. Correlated to state standards and Common Core State Standards. Federal funding sources: I, III, V, RF, 21 evan-moor.com/trlcent Take It to Your Seat Reading & Language Centers   Grade K EMC 2840-C12 Includes: Word families, beginning sounds, sorting, positional words, sight words and CVC words, and more. Grade 1 EMC 2841-C12 Includes: Matching, counting syllables, rhyming pairs, parts of a sentence, compound words, identifying sentences, and more. Grade 2 EMC 2842-C12 Includes: Homophones, synonyms and antonyms, sequencing, making words from digraphs, long vowel sounds, and more.

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Leap into literacy! Jump-start early learners’ language and readiness skills with teacher-led instruction and focused daily activities. Everyday Literacy

WEEK 3

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DAY 1

Confirming Understanding

Name

Float or Sink?

WEEK 3

DAY 4

Applying the Concept

Name

Float or Sink?

• 100 daily activities

W EE K

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Some things float and some things sink.

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Physical Scien ce

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Float or Sink?

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Everyday Literacy: Reading & Writing

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High Interest High-impact science, social studies, and literature reading selections help struggling readers develop comprehension strategies, vocabulary, and a love for reading.

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Each Hot Topics Classroom Kit Contains: Twenty 4-page high-interest reading selections

20 high-impact reading selections with compelling full-color designs and real-world reading formats. Four-page brochure-style card stock, 6 copies each.

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High Interest Unit

Name:

10 Before You Read

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Slime!

Crossword Puzzle words Complete the puzzle with

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foreign adjective

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The Peculiar Platypus

What lays eggs like a reptile but has a bill like a duck’s and fur like a beaver’s? A platypus! According to SuperScientificKids.org, “The first British scientist to study the platypus thought that someone was playing a joke on him!” The scientist thought the animal was a fake. It is easy to see why. The platypus, which is an Australian mammal, has some unusual features. A platypus is a small water mammal with brown fur. It is about 18 inches long and weighs about 3 pounds. Its fur protects it in cold water. The animal uses its paddle-shaped tail and webbed feet to swim. It uses its flat bill to dig for food. A platypus gets its food by hunting in rivers and streams. It scoops up insects, shellfish, and worms. Then it stores food in its cheek pouches as it swims back to the surface to eat. The platypus is one of only two mammals that lay eggs. A mother platypus digs special holes called burrows for her eggs. A baby platypus that hatches from its egg is called a puggle. Although a platypus may look cuddly, people should not touch it! It is not friendly. A male platypus has sharp spurs on its back legs that contain venom. Being stung by a platypus hurts! This odd animal may be funny-looking, but its unusual features help it stay alive. A platypus can live for about 13 years in the wild. So maybe being strange is not such a bad idea!

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