Explorer Library

Set of 159 titles

The Explorer Library is a popular and expanding offering from Cherry Lake Publishing. The library now includes Language Arts Explorer Junior, Language Arts Explorer, Information Explorer, Science Explorer Junior, Science Explorer, and Social Studies Explorer. Every title within the Explorer Library is aligned to the Common Core Standards and designed to encourage active and experiential learning.

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Explorer Library (159 titles)
America's Colonization and Settlement 5.4
America: Three Worlds Meet 6.0
Biofuels 5.3
Blog It! 4.8
Bugs
Cells
Circulation
Compounds and Mixtures
Contemporary United States 5.4
Creating Digital Brochures 5.8
Creating a Digital Portfolio
Digestion
Ecosystems
Electricity
Erosion
Find New Words with Dictionaries
Find Your Way Online
Find Your Way with Atlases
Find the Facts with Encyclopedias
Find the Right Site
Find the Right Words with Thesauruses
Fire Away: Asking Great Interview Questions 5.5
Geothermal Power 4.9
Get Ready for a Winning Science Project
Get to the Right Site
Getting Around Online
Go Straight to the Source
Heat
Hit the Books
How to Handle Cyberbullies 5.2
How to Write About Your Adventure
How to Write a Book Report
How to Write a Fairy Tale
How to Write a How-To
How to Write a Journal
How to Write a Letter
How to Write a News Article
How to Write a Poem
How to Write a Report
How to Write a Review
How to Write an Ad
How to Write an E-mail
How to Write an Interview
How to Write and Give a Speech
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Bangladesh 5.5
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Brazil 4.9
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: China 4.9
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Democratic Republic of Congo 6.1
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Egypt 5.8
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Ethiopia 5.5
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Germany 5.7
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: India 5.0
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Indonesia 5.0
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Iran 5.9
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Japan 5.2
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Mexico 5.2
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Nigeria 4.6
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Pakistan 5.1
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Philippines 5.1
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Russia 5.7
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Thailand 5.2
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Turkey 5.6
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: United States 5.9
It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Vietnam 5.5
It's Cool to Learn About the United States: Midwest 6.2
It's Cool to Learn About the United States: Northeast 6.4
It's Cool to Learn About the United States: Southeast 6.8
It's Cool to Learn About the United States: Southwest 6.4
It's Cool to Learn About the United States: West 6.3
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Bugs
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Heat
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Liquids
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Magnets
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Plants
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Rocks
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Seeds
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Soil
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Solar Energy
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Solids
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Water
Junior Scientists: Experiment with Weather
Know What to Ask: Forming Great Research Questions 4.7
Levers and Pulleys
Light
Magnets
Make Your Point: Creating Powerful Presentations
Make the Grade
Mind Your Manners Online
Minerals
Natural Gas 5.2
Nuclear Power 5.6
Oil and Coal 5.5
Online Etiquette and Safety
Planet Earth
Plants
Play It Safe Online
Podcasting 101
Postwar United States 6.2
Puget Sound 6.2
Put It All Together
Respiration
Rocks
Save the Planet: Compost It 5.0
Save the Planet: Growing Your Own Garden 4.2
Save the Planet: Helping Endangered Animals
Save the Planet: Keeping Water Clean 4.6
Save the Planet: Local Farms and Sustainable Foods 5.4
Save the Planet: Protecting Our Natural Resources 4.8
Save the Planet: Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle 4.8
Save the Planet: Using Alternative Energies 4.8
Science Lab: Gases 4.8
Science Lab: Motion and Forces 5.2
Science Lab: Properties of Matter 5.1
Science Lab: Soil 5.7
Science Lab: Technological Design 5.7
Science Lab: The Life Cycles of Plants 4.4
Science Lab: The Transfer of Energy 5.2
Science Lab: Weather Patterns 5.1
Seeds
Shared Creations: Making Use of Creative Commons
Shooting Video to Make Learning Fun
Social Studies Projects that Shine
Soil
Solar Energy
Solar Power 5.5
Sound
States of Matter
Team up Online
The Birth of the United States 5.0
The Chesapeake Bay 6.4
The Colorado River 6.1
The Development of U.S. Industry 4.8
The Everglades 6.3
The Great Depression and World War II 5.4
The Gulf of Mexico 6.4
The Mississippi River 6.3
The Missouri River 6.2
The Rio Grande 6.1
The US Civil War and Reconstruction 6.4
The United States Enters the 20th Century 4.9
Think Like a Scientist at the Beach 3.8
Think Like a Scientist in the Backyard
Think Like a Scientist in the Car 3.6
Think Like a Scientist in the Classroom 3.8
Think Like a Scientist in the Garden
Think Like a Scientist in the Gym
Think Like a Scientist in the Kitchen 3.8
Think Like a Scientist on the Playground
US Growth and Change in the 19th Century 5.9
Understanding and Creating Infographics 5.8
Using Digital Images
Using Digital Maps 5.6
Water
Water Power 5.2
Weather
Wind Power 5.4
Wonderful Wikis 5.4
Write It Down
Your Fascinating Family History
Interest Level
Reading Level
Dewey 001.4'2--dc22-981--dc22
Lexile 360-1010
ATOS Reading Level 3.6-6.8
Guided Reading Level E-X
Language English
Publisher Cherry Lake Publishing
Available Formats Reinforced book (9781610809955), Paperback (9781624311079), PDF (9781624310997), Hosted ebook (9781624311154)
Copyright 2013
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