Find your favorite titles in our catalog and bring them to life with embedded media, scaffolding notes, and in-line discussion. Help students make connections as they read with embedded questions and monitor comprehension by providing immediate feedback on student responses.
Our catalog includes text sets that help students practice synthesizing information across different texts and genres. For example, in the "To Eat or Not to Eat?" set, students explore elements of argumentative writing while focusing on the topic of food safety.
Guide students through the text with embedded notes and media. Chunk the reading and monitor comprehension with questions that get students to pause and reflect as they read. Spark engagement and discussion with shared annotations.
Our catalog includes many hi-lo novels to build reading stamina and develop a love for reading. This collection of texts includes best-selling and award-winning novels with themes and characters that appeal to young adult readers. These texts are also a great way to support ELLs and struggling readers.
Help students develop tolerance and appreciation for under-represented groups with our selection of anti-bias texts.
Many of our primary source documents include embedded notes and document-based questions that guide students to critically consider what the text reveals about the time period. Shared annotations spark debate as students read.
Hundreds of textbook sections from vetted sources that explore historical events, build civics understanding, and prepare students to engage with issues facing their communities.
Engage students in analyzing primary source documents, assessing bias, and learning to think like a historian. These text sets include a teaching guide with learning objectives, pre-reading activities to build knowledge, and extension activities.
Differentiated scaffolding notes build content knowledge and guide students through the text. Higher-order questions ensure that students are producing knowledge rather than passively skimming through texts.
Up-to-date information across science topics for middle and high school. Most of our textbooks include guiding notes and embedded questions aligned to NGSS.
Our science texts include embedded media and scaffolding notes to illuminate concepts and connect the reading to students' lives. Our NGSS- and Common Core-aligned questions stop students as they read to monitor comprehension and drive higher-order thinking.
These text sets introduce students to science concepts, engage them by integrating hands-on activities, and extend thinking with authentic articles to build scientific thinking.
Show students how science content affects their everyday lives by assigning articles that relate to their learning. Challenge them to make connections and apply their knowledge to the world around them.