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With Nomad Press books, young scientists think critically, make predictions, conduct experiments, document their observations, and make discoveries using the scientific process. Nomad books align with the Next Generation Science Standards and help students reach the National Science Teachers’ Association benchmarks.

Students study their local and global communities both past and present and connect lessons from ancient civilizations to current events. Nomad books incorporate the 10 themes identified by the National Council for Social Studies as the framework educators should follow. Primary sources and essential questions foster independent study.

Young readers immerse themselves in math through the gateway of compelling subject matter. Children discover math is a useful tool to apply to real-life scenarios. Almost all Nomad books incorporate STEM or STEAM material and align with Common Core State Standards, which allows educators to easily adapt Nomad books to their classroom needs.

Readers learn new vocabulary words and literary techniques while discovering how to organize information and deduce meaning from context. Guided Reading Levels and Lexile measures for each book help teachers and parents match kids to the books that best fit their reading abilities and needs.

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Nomad Press books fit perfectly into classrooms and homeschools!

Our books align with Common Core State Standards and almost all of them incorporate STEM/STEAM material that makes for an inspiring reading experience! Guided Reading Levels and Lexile measures are calculated for each book so you know exactly what level to expect. Primary sources and essential questions foster independent study, while Teachers’ Resource Guides offer even more support in the classroom. Inquiry-based projects strengthen connections between learning and real-life application.

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STEM Education: The Way of the Future?

May 24, 2016

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If you work in education, have children, edit children’s nonfiction books, or spend any time on social media, you’ve probably heard of STEM education. STEM education focuses on the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. And you might have come across STEAM education as well, which adds the Arts. Schools, administrators, parents, researchers, and […]

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5 Tactics to Supercharge the Last Month of School!

May 17, 2016

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Ah, May, when the weather turns warm, the flowers bloom, and schoolchildren everywhere start daydreaming of summer vacation a month before it actually starts. This last stretch of the school year defines the laws of quantum physics by both flying by and lasting forever. It flies because there’s still so much work to be done during […]

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5 Projects Guaranteed to Beat Summer Slide!

May 12, 2016

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  Did you know that kids typically lose two to three months of math and reading skills during the summer months, with low-income children experiencing the greatest loss? Most teachers spend the first four to six weeks of the new school year reviewing concepts that have not been retained from the previous year.

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