TEKS Aligned for Science Success

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has carefully aligned its K–12 science programs to meet the demands of the TEKS and Texas Assessments. HMH provides a wide variety of supplemental resources to support the way you teach science in today's diverse classrooms.

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt is proud to be able meet the needs of Texas educators with products developed specifically for Texas curricula standards.

Texas Assessment Review and Practice

Texas Assessment Review and Practice

Prepare your students for the rigor of the Texas Assessments with comprehensive test prep workbooks for Grades 5–8 and Biology. This valuable resource reviews all of the Readiness and Supporting TEKS eligible for testing with targeted instruction and practice.

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Science Fusion

Texas ScienceFusion Grades K–8

Texas ScienceFusion® for Grades K–8 is a comprehensive science program that is built to be an exact match to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills. The program’s active learning approach emphasizes depth of understanding, skill development, hands-on activities, and STEM through research-based instructional approaches, leveled readers, digital lessons, virtual labs, and differentiated instructional resources to ensure success for all students.

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Nowicki Biology

Texas Biology

The Texas edition of Dr. Stephen Nowicki's Biology is specifically designed to provide a multimodal approach to covering 100% of the TEKS. With its comprehensive suite of print, multimedia, and digital tools, teachers and students alike will benefit from user-friendly print and digital support designed for below level to Pre-AP® students, and the engaging interactive presentation materials that bring biology to life. HMH Biology is the perfect solution for Texas educators looking for one textbook program to help all their students master the TEKS.

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Modern Chemistry

Texas Modern Chemistry

The new Texas Edition of Modern Chemistry® provides an authoritative text based on expert authorship and solid content, places a strong emphasis on the fundamentals of chemistry and problem-solving skills, and now includes a comprehensive suite of print, multimedia, and digital tools to support mastery of learning of 100% of the TEKS. Teachers and students alike will benefit from user-friendly print and digital support. Additionally, new state-of-the-art technology has been developed to capture and hold student interest, helping them to see chemistry in new "real-world" ways.

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Texas Physics

Texas Physics reflects the instructional philosophies of authors Raymond Serway and Jerry Faughn, the melding together of conceptual physics and problem solving. No other program matches the best balance of conceptual and problem-solving strategies while covering 100% of the TEKS. Since problem solving in physics is challenging for most students, Physics provides a comprehensive suite of print and digital tools that focus on strengthening these critical skills. Texas Physics offers the latest technology and multimedia resources that speak directly to your students in a language they understand—ensuring they will stay engaged.

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Environmental Science

Environmental Science

Developed specifically for high school students, Environmental Science presents an unbiased approach to the environment, with comprehensive coverage of ecology, Earth science, health, and policy issues. Enhanced by a wealth of engaging online resources, hands-on labs and activities, and supportive review features, the program's visually appealing narrative helps students build skills for success in science. Dr. Michael Heithaus joins well-known biologist Karen Arms as co-author for this edition.

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World of Chemistry

Texas World of Chemistry

World of Chemistry was developed specifically for use in high school chemistry classes. It is known for its accessibility with its use of excellent visuals, numerous problem-solving examples, wide range of end-of-chapter exercises, and real-world applications. A unique Table of Contents keeps student needs in mind. Macro-to-micro organization introduces the "language" of chemistry early and delays coverage of atomic theory and bonding until later.