What are science teachers reading in September?

Check out this month’s most popular books, e-books, and children’s science trade books! Click over to our NSTA Recommends Catalog app to see what’s new. Between now and October 31, 2013, save $10 off your order of $40 or more of NSTA Press books by entering promo code SAVE10 at checkout through the online Science Store.

Most Popular NSTA Press Books

  1. Uncovering Student Ideas in Science, Volume 1: 25 Formative Assessment ProbesCover image of "Uncovering Student Ideas in Science, Vol. 1"
  2. The NSTA Reader’s Guide to the Next Generation Science Standards
  3. Citizen Science: 15 Lessons That Bring Biology to Life, 6-12
  4. Diagnosis for Classroom Success, Teacher Edition: Making Anatomy and Physiology Come Alive
  5. Even More Picture-Perfect Science Lessons: Using Children’s Books to Guide Inquiry, K–5

Most Popular NSTA Press e-Books

  1. Science for the Next Generation: Preparing for the New StandardsCover Image of "Science for the Next Generation: Preparing for the New Standards"
  2. Rise and Shine: A Practical Guide for the Beginning Science Teacher
  3. Predict, Observe, Explain: Activities Enhancing Scientific Understanding
  4. The Case for STEM Education: Challenges and Opportunities
  5. Uncovering Student Ideas in Primary Science, Volume 1: 25 New Formative Assessment Probes for Grades K–2

Most Popular Science Trade Books for Kids

  1. Clouds, Rain, Clouds Again: I Wonder WhyCover Image of "Clouds, Rain, Clouds Again: I Wonder Why"
  2. Bubble Bubble
  3. Next Time You See a Seashell
  4. What Can an Animal Do?: I Wonder Why
  5. Next Time You See a Firefly
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