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Building Blocks of Science 3D Literacy

A complete system to meet all your students’ needs
Student Literacy Readers: On-grade, below-grade, and Spanish
Building Blocks of Science 3D offers a variety of literacy formats to support science content and students’ hands-on experiences.
Student Literacy Readers and eBooks
  • Provide non-fiction content reading that supports vocabulary development and hands-on investigations
  • Support ELA standards in reading and writing
  • Available in on-grade and below-grade levels and in Spanish
  • Print and digital formats
  • Digital format has text-to-speech capability in English and Spanish
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Interactive Literacy Readers

The same nonfiction content found in the printed literacy readers is enhanced with animations, simulations, videos, and check-for-understanding formative assessment questions that support lesson concepts.

Interactive Literacy Reader (in English): Click to Preview
English
Interactive Literacy Reader (in Spanish): Click to Preview
Spanish
Literacy Articles

Magazine-style nonfiction reading ties real-world phenomena or experiences to concepts in the unit. Readings for grades 2–5 are accompanied by questions that ask students to access higher-level thinking skills and prior knowledge.

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English
Literacy Article (in Spanish): Click to preview
Spanish
Innovators in Science

A digital literacy and information resource that houses a continually growing library of biographical readings about scientists from a variety of disciplines. Change the face of science for students by allowing them to learn about scientists who are as diverse as they are and the valuable contributions each has made to society and science.

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Science in the News

Make content relevant to students by tying it directly to a recent or historical event or phenomenon. Science in the News guides students through reporting on events or phenomena, summarizing not just the when, what, where, why, and who, but also why the article’s content is important, what they learned, what surprised them, and what questions they have after reading.

Science in the News (English): Click to Preview
English
Science in the News (Spanish): Click to Preview
Spanish
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