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Aquatic Earth is a state of the art, elementary science book based on the freshwater biome. Developed in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin's Department of Freshwater Studies and a team of educators, this standards based, core curriculum aligned digital book includes both interactive enhancements and universal design accessibility features.
Aquatic Earth is part of our Crack the Books series of interactive non-fiction books. Crack the Books are the first digital books that can be ADJUSTED FOR READING LEVEL without sacrificing curriculum content. Targeting 3rd to 5th grade science and social studies core curriculum concepts, our digital books allow for reading level adjustment from 1st grade to 8th grade, making it possible for all students in a classroom to access the same curriculum content regardless of their reading ability.
Designed with the goal of improving reading comprehension, fostering a love of learning, and building reading confidence, Aquatic Earth gives educators a powerful new teaching tool to help all students, from children with special needs to those who are academically gifted.
Aquatic Earth covers all major freshwater ecosystems including lakes, rivers and streams, range and climate of freshwater biomes, plant and animal wildlife, adaptations, threats and freshwater sustainability.
Designed to foster comprehension and student engagement, Crack the Books textbooks feature hundreds of supportive audio and visual elements including beautiful high definition photographs, integrated video footage, fun facts, custom animations, custom images, and interactive charts, tables and globes. There are comprehension supports built into the text, with pop up definitions for associated new vocabulary. Students may further interact with the content by creating bookmarks, highlights and study notes.
Crack The Books helps teachers manage their classrooms by including interactive tests and glossaries for each chapter and each reading level. Students will answer questions in a variety of formats including Drag and Drop, True/False, Multiple Choice, Vocabulary Matching, and Essay. All non-essay test questions are automatically graded, allowing educators to efficiently monitor students mastery of concepts and reading comprehension skills.
For students with special needs, there are additional settings for common classroom and assessment accommodations including text to speech, answer dictation, image reinforcement and text zooming.
The combination of multiple reading levels and multiple testing levels gives teachers and schools unprecedented flexibility to use a single book across multiple grades as well as in classrooms with a broad spectrum of readers.
Lexile certified reading levels from 1st to 8th grade
Core curriculum aligned content
Visual supports for comprehension
Over 300 high-resolution images
Videos and custom animations
Interactive globes and maps
Built in vocabulary definitions
Interactive glossary with record feature
25 leveled chapter tests across 5 chapters
Built in test grading
Text to speech
Integrated voice over features
Bookmarks for multiple students
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
Aquatic Earth is a free trial software application from the Kids subcategory, part of the Education category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2016-09-09. The program can be installed on iOS.
Aquatic Earth (version 1.0.2) has a file size of 644.87 MB and is available for download from our website.
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