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Nature Anatomy Activities for Kids : fun, hands-on learning / Kristine Brown, RH (AHG) Illustrations by Kim Malek.

Brown, Kristine. (Author).

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Webb City Public Library New J745.5 B 81 (Text) 38262300006223 Juvenile Non-Fiction Checked out 08/18/2021

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Think like a scientist and search like an explorer with this illustrated nature guide for kids ages 8 to 12 Get ready to explore the sky above, the ground below, and all the plants and creatures in between! Made just for kids, this nature anatomy book teaches you about the incredible forces and living things that exist in nature. You'll dig in to tons of different topics--from naming the layers of the atmosphere to learning the parts of a flower--and try out fun activities like creating a mini cloud and raising a tadpole. As you explore the natural world around you, you'll become a real scientist by asking questions, imagining outcomes, testing your ideas, and then writing down what you discover. Nature Anatomy Activities for Kids includes: 5 Subjects, 20 lessons--Dive in to different chapters for the earth, the sky, water, plants, and animals. Every chapter includes multiple lessons about the topic, with a new activity and a journal prompt for each. Journal like a scientist--Use your own blank journal to answer prompts and take notes so you can write and draw everything you observe or note any questions you want to find an answer for. Detailed illustrations--Colorful pictures and diagrams make this nature anatomy book fun to use and get kids excited about the anatomy of plants, animals, ecosystems, and landscapes. Get outside and explore with this book of nature anatomy activities that opens up a whole new world of learning.
Subject: Nature.
Children's paraphernalia.
Genre: Handbooks and manuals.
Activity books.
Juvenile works.

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