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“Written in an engaging style with fun illustrations, it will keep the attention of children and adults alike. A little book that is full of information and learning fun, Explore Weather and Climate! is a fun way to introduce children to something we experience every day: the weather.”

Explore Weather and Climate! With 25 Great Projects

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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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How To Gain STEM Success with Citizen Science in the Classroom!

September 27, 2016

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One way to get kids interested in science is by letting them do science. Discoveries made are discoveries remembered! This might seem hard—after all, how can fifth graders contribute to actual scientific fields of knowledge? With citizen science!    

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September 22, 2016

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The Book Squad is here again! We invite you to join the Nomad Press Book Squad by filling out a short survey about our ideas for a new series of educational books for children ages 5 to 8. 

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How to Build a Makerspace in Your Classroom or Library

September 20, 2016

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School is full swing. For students, that means hitting the books, losing the pencils, catching up with friends, and navigating a new teacher’s expectations. It might also mean getting to tinker away in a makerspace.

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