Power up nonfiction reading skills and knowledge with DK Super Readers.
Usher your young readers into the incredibly interesting world around them as they build up their nonfiction reading skills with the DK Super Readers series!
As an evolution of the very popular DK Readers series for students aged 3-11, DK Super Readers explores the exciting nonfiction world of dinosaurs, animals, natural wonders, and more. Each title integrates science and social studies topics to help develop nonfiction reading skills, which will help students develop a thirst for learning, improve cognitive knowledge acquisition, concentration, information gathering, critical thinking, and study skills.
The beautifully designed DK Super Readers series:
Covers engaging, motivating, and curriculum-aligned topics.
Provides carefully leveled content using the MetaMetrics Lexile® Framework.
Perfectly supplements core literacy programs.
Builds knowledge while progressing reading skills.
Develops subject vocabulary, and gradually introduces features for using nonfiction.
Boosts understanding and retention through comprehension quizzes.
Progression of subject vocabulary, fonts, and introduction of key nonfiction features, such as illustrated content pages, glossaries, indexes, labeled diagrams and illustrations, fact call-outs, and information panels have been carefully considered by experts in this field. All DK Super Readers also have a Lexile® reader measure to help teachers personalize learning by providing the best books to boost academic progress and success.
Device tracking and asset management are critical for Grades K-12 school districts. With the increasing value of computers, tablets, and other IT equipment, assets must be properly tracked to reduce loss from theft, mismanagement, or damage. The ability to track...
One essential component of early literacy instruction is the development of the alphabetic principle, the understanding that letters and letter patterns represent the speech sounds in our language. As young students learn to read, they are doing the hard work...
You appreciate the laptops, textbooks, musical instruments, sports equipment, and other valuable assets available to supplement your curricula and help you provide your students with a quality education. What you might not appreciate, however, is the time and energy required...
If I had to check a box describing my relationship with reading as a classroom teacher, it would have to be It’s Complicated. I teach sixth grade in a Title I elementary school that was in school turnaround for a...
Billions of dollars in Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds remain available for schools and districts to spend to address pandemic learning loss and invest in programs to open and operate safely. These emergency funds offer schools and...
With a library management system, libraries can maximize efficiency and organization. Unlike traditional manual cataloging systems, a library management system provides access to a range of services, including collection management, user authentication, resource discovery, and analytics. Leveraging a library management...