A publishing and media company, specializing in the development of K-12 (ages 5-18) educational and curriculum resources.
We are in over 20,000 schools supporting over 11,000,000 students, In over 50 countries.
World Languages gives you eight eBooks in eight languages. AV2 by SageKeeper World Languages program allows you to read in your own language, explore other languages, and support diversity and multiculturalism. Fall 2020, we launched the Indigenous Languages Collection, to provide Indigenous peoples the tools and support, to increase fluency in Indigenous languages across the country and, in turn, preserve Indigenous culture.
AV2 Media Enhanced books by SageKeeper come alive with videos, audio, weblinks, slideshows, activities, hands-on experiments, and much more.
AV2 is the first, and still remains the only, media enhanced book for the school market. Built-in digital features allow readers to dive even deeper into a topic through weblinks, videos, activities, and slideshows. The collections curated by AV2 cover a wide range of topics within the categories of fiction, high interest, language arts, math, science, social studies, and sports. The AV2 collection is constantly growing to meet the demands of student interest and imagination.
AV2 is connecting to reluctant readers through its EyeDiscover imprint. Fusing text, audio, and video, EyeDiscover provides an exciting and supported reading experience.
AV2 World Languages subscription program has been developed to help young readers explore new languages. With the ability to easily switch between English, French, Cree, Arabic, German, Hindi, Korean, Mandarin, Russian, Spanish, and Tagalog, readers can experience the text in their own language, as well as any they want to learn.
AV2 World Language eBooks allow readers to easily switch between two versions of each book for a truly bilingual experience.
New learning techniques and technologies are constantly being developed. AV2 is growing and developing right alongside them. With education shifting to focus more on STEM and literacy, AV2 is adapting its collections to better inspire today’s learners and tomorrow’s leade
Did you know that a lions roar can be heard from 5 miles away? A lion may sleep for 20 hours each day. Discover more about this king of beasts in A Lion's World.
Combo & eBook & Hardcover
Lightbox integrates text and audio, videos, weblinks, slideshows, activities, maps, and transparencies, providing teachers and students with a fresh, dynamic approach to curriculum content.
Programs of Study for K-12
Experience Traditional Indigenous Knowledge and Language the SageKeeper way!
Specializing in language retention educational tools and resources. An estimated 90 Indigenous languages in Canada are considered to be endangered, we are committed to preservation of language and teachings so they can be passed down for generation to generation.
Cree is a dialect continuum of the Algonquian languages spoken by approximately 117,000 people across Canada,
The word Athabaskan is an anglicized version of a Cree languages name for Lake Athabasca (Cree: Āðapāskāw "[where] there are reeds one after another") in Canada. Cree is one of the Algonquian languages and therefore not itself an Athabaskan language.
In Canada, the Dene, which means “the people” in their language, comprise a variety of First Nations, some of which include the Denesoline (Chipewyan), Tlicho (Dogrib) and Dinjii Zhuh (Gwich’in). The Dene are also known as Athabascan, Athabaskan, Athapascan or Athapaskan peoples.
As part of the largest linguistic group in North America, a number of peoples in Canada identify as Dene. Some of these include:
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