In Plants in Winter, beginning readers follow along as plants respond to the changing season in various ways. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text engage early readers as they discover how trees, bushes, and flowering plants shut down many growth processes during the winter months. A labeled diagram shows a variety of ways plants respond to winter, while a picture glossary reinforces new vocabulary. Children can learn more about plants in winter using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. Plants in Winter also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, and an index.Plants in Winter is part of Jump!'s What Happens in Winter? series.
A kindergarten-level introduction to plows, covering their purpose, parts, role in farming, and such defining features as their heavy blades.
How does an acorn become a mighty oak tree? What does a tiny sunflower seed need to grow into a tall yellow flower? In this title, readers will investigate how plants grow and how they disperse their seeds. They’ll also discover that many of the foods we eat are seeds!
If a tree is a living thing, does that mean a wooden table is alive? If a cat is alive because it can run and chase a toy, does that mean a robot is a living thing because it can move? In this title packed with fun challenges, readers will consolidate their understanding of living, non-living, and things that used to be alive.
What plants and animals live in a garden? What do the living things in this habitat need from their environment? And who eats who in a garden ecosystem? In this title, readers will investigate simple food chains and natural habitats, including a garden, forest, tide pool, desert, and even a tree stump micro-habitat.
In this book, readers will discover all about the basic structure of plants and the jobs that roots, stems, leaves, and flowers do. Packed with information about wild and garden plants, this title gets readers investigating how plants take in water, make food with their leaves, and produce seeds. Students will even get to go on scavenger hunts to find out all about leaves, tree bark, and colorful flower petals.
How did Spinosaurus get its name? What did it eat? Find the answers to these questions and more in this fact-filled book!