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My Skills Buddy K.2 by Pearson EducationGrade K.2
SF Reading Street Grade 1: Concept Literacy Leveled Readers Grade Level Package by Pearson EducationGrade 1
Reading Street: Grade 1, Student Edition, California by Peter AfflerbachCA Student, Grade 1
READING 2008 STUDENT EDITION (HARDCOVER) GRADE 1.1 by Peter AfflerbachStudent Grade 1.1
Reading Street Grade 1, Unit 1 Teacher's Edition by Peter AfflerbachIL Teacher Grade 1.1
READING 2007 PRACTICE BOOK GRADE 1.2 by JR. Fre Pearson Practice Grade 1.2
SF Reading Street: Grade 1: Student Edition 1.2 by Peter Afflerbach Student Grade 1.2
Reading Street Grade 1, Unit 2 Student Edition by Peter AfflerbachCA Student Grade 1.2
Reading Street Grade 1, Unit 2 Teacher's Edition by Peter AfflerbachIL Teacher Grade 1.2
Louisiana Reading Street Grade 1.3 by Peter AfflerbachLA Grade 1.3
SF Reading Street: Grade 1: Student Edition 1.3 by Peter AfflerbachStudent Grade 1.3
Reading Street Grade 1, Unit 3 Student Edition by Peter AfflerbachCA Student Grade 1.3
Changes by Peter AfflerbachTN Grade 1.3
Reading Street Grade 1, Unit 3 Teacher's Edition by Peter AfflerbachTeacher Grade 1.3
READING 2008 STUDENT EDITION (HARDCOVER) GRADE 1.4 by Peter AfflerbachStudent Grade 1.4
Reading Street, Grade 1 Unit 4, Student Edition California by Peter AfflerbachCA Student Grade 1.4
Reading Street Grade 1, Unit 4 Teacher Edition by Pearson Scott ForesmanCA Teacher Grade 1.4
Reading Street Student Edition 1.5 (Grade 1 Unit 5) by Peter AfflerbachIL Teacher Grade 1.5
READING 2008 STUDENT EDITION (HARDCOVER) GRADE 2.1 by Scott ForesmanGrade 2.1
Imagine That! by Gail GibbonsTX Grade 3.1
Reading Street: Grade 3, Level 2 by Peter AfflerbachGrade 3.2
Reading Street: Grade 3, Level 2, Student Edition California by Pearson Scott ForesmanCA Student Grade 3.2
Antarctica: The Frozen Continent by Laura CrawfordGrade 3.21
Pictures in the Sky by Chanelle PetersGrade 3.32
Measuring the Weather by Carol TalleyGrade 3.42
Seeing Is Believing; Grade 4, Volume One (Scott Foresman Reading) by Peter AfflerbachGrade 4.1
This Is Your Land, Teacher Edition Grade 4.1 by Peter AfflerbachTeacher Grade 4.1
Patterns in Nature: Reading Street 4.3 by Peter AfflerbachGrade 4.3
We Shall Overcome by Chanelle PetersGrade 4.61
READING 2008 STUDENT EDITION (HARDCOVER) GRADE 5 by Peter AfflerbachGrade 5
Reading Street Grade 5 Student Edition by Pearson Scott ForesmanCA Student Grade 5
SF Reading Street: Grade 6: Student Edition (NATL) by Peter AfflerbachGrade 6

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Grades K-6
program authors, Peter Afflerbach ... [et al.]

Gr. K.1 All together now ;
Gr. K.2 Animals live here ;
Gr. K.3 Watch me change ;
Gr. K.4 Let's explore ;
Gr. K.5 Going places ;
Gr. K.6 Building our homes --

Gr. 1.1 Animals, tame and wild ;
Gr. 1.2 Communities ;
Gr. 1.3 Changes ;
Gr. 1.4 Treasures ;
Gr. 1.5 Great ideas --

Gr. 2.1: Exploration --
Gr. 2.2: Working together --
Gr. 2.3: Creative ideas --
Gr. 2.4: Our changing world --
Gr. 2.5: Responsibility --
Gr. 2.6: Traditions

Gr. 3.1 Dollars and sense--
Gr. 3.2 Smart solutions--
Gr. 3.3 People and nature--
Gr. 3.4 One of a kind--
Gr. 3.5 Cultures--
Gr. 3.6 Freedom --

Gr. 4.1: This land is your land : how do the diverse regions and peoples of the United States reflect its greatness? --
Gr. 4.2: Work & play : what is the value of work and play? --
Gr. 4.3: Patterns in nature : what are some patterns in nature? --
Gr. 4.4: Puzzles and mysteries : is there an explanation for everything? --
Gr. 4.5: Adventure by land, air, and water : what makes an adventure? --
Gr. 4.6: Reaching for goals : what does it take to achieve our goals and dreams?

Gr. 5.1 Meeting challenges--
Gr. 5.2 Doing the right thing--
Gr. 5.3 Inventors and artists--
Gr. 5.5 Adapting ; Adventures--
Gr. 5.6 The unexpected --

Gr. 6.1 Loyalty and respect--
Gr. 6.2 Space and time--
Gr. 6.3 Challenges and obstacles--
Gr. 6.4 Explorers, pioneers, and discoverers--
Gr. 6.5 Resources--
Gr. 6.6 Exploring cultures.

Supplemental texts:
suppl. 1 Practice book
suppl. 2 Spelling practice book
suppl. 3 Spelling practice book, teacher's manual
suppl. 4 Grammar and writing practice book
suppl. 5 Grammar and writing practice book, teacher's manual
suppl. 6 Ten important sentences
suppl. 7 Assessment handbook
suppl. 8 Baseline group tests, teacher's manual
suppl. 9 Fresh reads for differentiated test practice
suppl. 10 Selection tests, teacher's manual
suppl. 11 Unit and end-of-year benchmark tests, teacher's manual
suppl. 12 Graphic organizer book

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