Information Explorer Junior

 
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The Information Explorer Junior series provides younger readers with the tools they need to FIND, ORGANIZE, and SHARE information clearly and effectively. Targeted at an earlier age range than our popular Information Explorer: Super Smart Information Series, this set will help your younger readers become Information Explorers!

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Individual Titles (26)

Title   ATOS Format Qty
Information Explorer Junior (26 titles)
Being Respectful Online 3.8
Choose It! Finding the Right Research Topic 4.4
Citing Sources: Learning to Use the Copyright Page
Designing a Winning Science Fair Project
Find New Words with Dictionaries
Find Out Firsthand: Using Primary Sources 3.6
Find Your Way with Atlases
Find the Facts with Encyclopedias
Find the Right Words with Thesauruses
Get to the Right Site
Getting Around Online
Join Forces: Teaming Up Online
Learning and Sharing with a Wiki 4.9
Maintaining a Positive Digital Footprint
Mind Your Manners Online
Play It Safe Online
Post It! Sharing Photos with Friends and Family
Present It! Creating and Sharing a Slide Show
Reading and Learning from Informational Text 4.4
Record It!: Shooting and Editing Digital Video 4.3
Review It! Helping Peers Create Their Best Work 4.1
Speak Out! Creating Podcasts and Other Audio Recordings
Speak Up! Giving an Oral Presentation 4.8
Starting Your Own Blog 4.2
Take Note! Taking and Organizing Notes
Watch It! Researching with Videos 4.7
  • Soon! Fall 2020
  • New! Spring 2020
  • Recent Fall 2019

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