inFact’s nonfiction, informational leveled texts accelerate students’ reading growth and help them become more familiar with the type of content found in the reading comprehension passages of standardized state tests.
inFact is nonfiction with a storytelling feel, following engaging characters as they explore science, social studies, and art topics. For upper elementary grades, inFact covers contemporary issues that students can relate to.
Take and Teach lessons with close reading guiding questions, SEL prompts, and a unique “Skills Focus” (claim, point of view, compare and contrast) build depth of knowledge, comprehension, and confidence.
inFact takes students on an educational adventure to learn about a variety of topics, including the ocean, space, nature, dinosaurs, art, and technology.
The glossary and index in each title help build academic vocabulary. Each book’s table of contents allows for quick reference and sequencing help when supporting claims and finding evidence.
inFact spotlights historical figures and movements paired with contemporary issues and pop culture. Students encounter diverse peoples and societies.
Each inFact book reinforces the home-school connection with close reading questions as well as pre-reading, during-reading and after-reading exercises on the inside front and back covers of every book.
Inspire students to make a difference. Spotlight real-life heroes like Nelson Mandela, Maggie Aderin-Pocock, or Charles Darwin.
Inform students on how the natural world works, where humans fit in the food chain, how weather affects ecosystems, or how farmers grow the food we eat.
Invoke students’ curiosity about STEM, earth science, and space. inFact makes tough concepts fun and easy to grasp.
Involve students’ imaginations, sparking their creativity with connections to art, fashion, performing arts, and cuisine.
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