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McGraw-Hill Reading – Wonders


You want all your students to build knowledge while exploring our world through literacy. Literacy is the key to understanding—across time, borders, and cultures—and will help students recognize and embrace the role they play in the world they are creating.

Wonders is an evidence-based K–5 ELA program that empowers students to take an active role in learning and exploration. Your students will enjoy unparalleled opportunities to express and assess themselves through reading, writing, and speaking. They will encounter the right content at the right moment in their learning journey to promote strong educational outcomes for all.

Houghton Mifflin(HMH) Science Dimension

HMH Science Dimensions® is a science curriculum designed specifically to address the Three Dimensions of Science Learning outlined in A Framework for K–12 Science Education and the Performance Expectations of Next Generation Science Standards* (NGSS). Through interactive online learning, this program provides an authentic approach to increasing student achievement in science and preparing teachers for engineering instruction. It offers a wide variety of hands-on activities and labs to address all learner types, and there is a generous amount of professional learning embedded within the program in the form of point-of-use videos and NGSS labeling.

Oxford International Primary Science

A complete six year primary science course that takes an enquiry-based, active-learning approach to teaching young learners the skills they need to become confident scientists.

-A focus on scientific enquiry and global skills
-Communication activities help EAL students develop fluency in scientific language ​

Source: Oxford

Oxford International Primary Science

Adopting an enquiry-based approach, Oxford International Primary History inspires students to ask questions, explore topics independently, and formulate their own conclusions, as well as building useful cross-curricular skills that will benefit students’ future lives.

Source: Oxford