iCivics Readers See Something, Say Something Nonfiction Book

Learn how to react when you see something wrong or dangerous with this relevant nonfiction book. Perfect for young readers, the book includes a fiction story related to the topic, a connected civics project, a glossary, useful text features, and engaging sidebars. This 28-page full-color book explains in an easy-to-understand way that students should talk to a trusted adult about things that make them uncomfortable or scared. It also covers serious subjects such as bullying and "stranger danger", and includes an extension activity for grade 2. Perfect for the classroom, at-home learning, or homeschool, to explore kindness, leadership, and standing up for what is right.

Children's Books : Social Studies

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Package Dimensions: Length 9.0000"    Width 6.0000"    Height 0.0700"  

Grade: Grade 2-3

Age: 6-11 years

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