A Siberian tiger cub born at the Denver Zoo is orphaned when he is just a few weeks old.
Grassland ecosystems can be found on nearly every continent. Countless animals and plants live When 13 well-known illustrators are asked about their favorite animal, the results are as varied Stunning photographs combine with a clear text to show how early use of Yellowstone, changed it A conversational tone and flaps to lift on each double page look at different biomes are sure to Won Ton the cat is back with a new arrival: a puppy! How the adult cat and small dog get on — or Why be afraid of the dark when there is so much to see? Short poems haiku were written in response to but also evoke creatures shown in crisp close-up A poem about the well-known Great White begins this handsomely illustrated collection of poems Build on what you're learning together through books with these family-friendly activities, experiments, and crafts.
Give kids a chance to flex their writing muscles all summer long. Try one of these prompts, selected from our writing contest archives and other literacy organizations. Simple activities for parents and kids to do together to build reading, writing, and critical thinking skills. Read online or print the PDF. Learning about wolves. Mathew Cordell shares how researching A Wolf in Snow changed everything he thought he knew about wolves and, in turn, led him to examine the part that fear plays in built-in expectations. Swimming with pink dolphins.
Sy Montgomery Kakapo Rescue has had incredible adventures as a nature writer, including swimming with dolphins, hiking the Cloud Forest of Papua New Guinea, and riding camels in the Gobi desert. Skip to main content. Children's books and activities Bugs, Birds and Animals Do you know any kids who are fascinated by bugs, birds, snakes, and other animals?
Age Level: years old Print List. Animal Dads By: Sneed Collard Age Level: years old Lush collage illustration and clear text share information about male animals and how they care Ants By: Mari Schuh Age Level: years old Clear photographs in a colorful format combine with brief information to provide an introduction to Morris Age Level: years old Once there was a river flowing through a forest.
The river didn't know it was capable of Beetle Bop By: Denise Fleming Age Level: years old Beetles come in many shapes and sizes — revealed in rhyming text and luminous illustrations Playful illustrations and text Can You See Me? Crustacean Vacation By: Brian Benoit Age Level: years old Humans are sure to see themselves in the beach vacation taken by a crab family.
From playing in the Babies — Daytime Nighttime By: William Low Age Level: years old Richly hued, lush, realistic illustrations answer the question of what a child might see during The worm, of course! For the first time ever, Fabulous Frogs By: Martin Jenkins Age Level: years old Endpages show swimming tadpoles; turn the page and the progression from tadpole to frog appears Fleabag By: Helen Stephens Age Level: years old A dog with no name and no home meets a boy with a ball but no dog.
Boy and dog play in the park Flight of the Honey Bee By: Raymond Huber Age Level: years old Follow the flight of a honey bee as she searches for nectar to sustain her hive and, along the Have You Heard the Nesting Bird?
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By: Rita Gray Age Level: years old As two children take a walk, they observe and listen to the call of familiar birds — a mourning Have You Seen My Duckling? By: Nancy Tafuri Age Level: years old An anxious mother duck leads her brood around the pond as she searches for one missing duckling Here Come the Humpbacks!
I Spy in the Sky By: Edward Gibbs Age Level: years old Die-cuts let readers 'spy' a portion of an animal while text provides clues as to what it might Inch by Inch By: Leo Lionni Age Level: years old A small inch worm "green as an emerald" avoids being eating by a hungry robin using his wit By: Lola Schaefer Age Level: years old A dot of "dirt and everything in it " is a meal for the earthworm seen in a stylized, double Let's Get a Pup! Mallard was sure that the pond in the Boston Public Gardens would be a perfect place for Brief verses introduce different birds and how their nest is Photographs chronicle her life with mother Here they are introduced in the cadence Sounds of the Wild: Bugs By: Maurice Pledger Age Level: years old With delightful sounds and pop-up panoramas, this book lets kids hear the hum of bees, the ticking From exotic to Suryia Swims!
Swamp Chomp By: Lola Schaefer Age Level: years old As swamp residents move, water ripples and the creatures munch, gulp, swallow and more. The Butterfly Garden By: Laura Weston Age Level: years old The life cycle of a monarch butterfly begins with an egg and a feast by caterpillars; each The Honey Makers By: Gail Gibbons Age Level: years old Thousands of bees visited more than a million flowers to gather the nectar that went into that one Information about This alphabet book helps children Waiting for Wings By: Lois Ehlert Age Level: years old Every spring, butterflies emerge and dazzle the world with their vibrant beauty.
But where do On successive Who Has These Feet? By: Laura Hulbert Age Level: years old A clearly illustrated pair of feet is shown with the title question.
On the next page, the entire Whose Chick Are You? By: Nancy Tafuri Age Level: years old As the sun rose, an egg was ready to hatch but whose chick was it? Why Do We Need Bees? A wolf cub is lost, too.
How will they find their way home? False teeth for an elephant? Strange-but-true animal stories on bright How much do all of the insects in the world Ants By: Deborah Hodge Age Level: years old What has six legs, is very strong, always busy, and probably lives in your neighborhood?
The ant, A toucan's beak is actually light as a Beneath the Sun By: Melissa Stewart Age Level: years old While children cavort through a sprinkler on a suburban lawn, animals thrive or survive in other Birds of a Feather By: Jane Yolen Age Level: years old Stunning, full color, close-up photographs of birds combined with evocative poems in different Butterflies By: Seymour Simon Age Level: years old Stunning full-color photographs and tantalizing text introduce these fascinating creatures and Creature Features By: Steve Jenkins, Robin Page Age Level: years old Meet a variety of animals face-to-face and then learn about some of their most unique features Each is Dolphins By: Penelope Arlon Age Level: years old Splendid photographs are used along with a crisp, easier to read narrative to introduce dolphins An egg, of course Face to Face with Manatees By: Brian Skerry Age Level: years old Two different environments, two different authors, one goal achieved: to bring alive the process of Frog Song By: Brenda Guiberson Age Level: years old Stunning, realistic illustrations of frogs and onomatopoeic language combine to present frogs and Strange and Wonderful By: Laurence Pringle Age Level: years old Many different types of frogs and the frog lifecycles are presented through brief but illuminating Help Me, Mr.
Mutt responds to canine concerns, writing practical advice letters. He shares his Dogwood Information Graphics: Animal Kingdom By: Simon Rogers Age Level: years old An eclectic collection of factoids about animals is presented in an eye-catching, brightly Leaving the Nest By: Mordicai Gerstein Age Level: years old A baby jay, a small stripped kitten and a little girl with a bike come together in an unexpected Lizards By: Nic Bishop Age Level: years old Known for his close-up, full-color photographs of animals in the wild, Bishop turns his lens to Look Up!
Little do they know that a culex, a She traveled alone to China alone, The grueling, exciting race My Awesome Summer by P.
Time went on and the obsessed lady started losing weight and dressing better, more like the wife and she even decorated her house like the wife. Science has never been so much fun! The Dragonsitter in the Land of the Dragons Dragonsitter. In the meantime, she was picked up by this character named Annie who was using her by placing her in a brothel and taking her money while he went to school. A World of Plants Walker Studio.
But there wouldn't be chocolate without cocoa beans Olinguito, de La A a la Z! Learn about The Nobel Prizes that have been awarded since , as well as the criteria and nomination process that are used to select the winners. NASA Kids is an excellent site for "kids" of all ages and provides an abundance of information, images, and interesting things to do on astronomy and the space sciences.
In this lesson, students learn about sources of high-energy radiation and calculate student exposure to ionizing radiation over the past year. We have suggested a few guidelines, but the format and content have been chosen by each author and will be appropriate for their book's intended audience.
ebtesam-k.com/includes/map13.php Science NetLinks includes related classroom resources appropriate for students and educators at the end of each Spotlight on Science Writers post. Book Talks with some of the winners can be found here. See the Tool. See the Collection.