This book explores the many different kinds of forests as well as the variety of plants and animals that inhabit them. Reads at a level of 2.5 with a word count of 556.
This book takes a closer look at the main characteristics of a desert, how they're formed, and how plants and animals have adapted to their arid environment. Reads at a level of 2.5 with a word count of 558.
All of the basic information your child wants to know about the rainforest and its many colorful inhabitants. This book is at a reading level of 2.5 with a word count of 567.
Explains what life cycles are and how plants and animals grow; describes the scientific method; and includes experiments testing different life cycle concepts.
The field of life science involves the study of living organisms, their organization, life processes, and the characteristics of all living things, such as plants, animals, and human beings. The reproducible activity pages supplement life science textbooks with stand-alone or coordinate one-page lessons. Sample activities include: Angiosperms and Gymnosperms, Animal Cell, Bacteria, Cell Functions, Comparing Fish/Amphibians/ Reptiles, Comparing Vertebrate Hearts, Ferns, and More!
This book uses the ocean as a backdrop to define food webs and identifying the animals who act as predator, prey, or both.
A book on the incredible life and work of Jane Goodall. Reads at a level of 3.9 with a word count of 1298.