What names do we call animals that eat certain kinds of foods? Children will have fun rapping their way through herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores, but it does not stop there. Students are challenged to say the names of some special eaters, tooincluding themselves! These words are perfect for rhyming and rapping and will provide a fun learning experience for young learners who love to use supersized words. Are you a granivore, frugivore, and folivore? Could you also be an insectivore? Are you all these thingsand even more?
Learn all about the lives and habits of cheetah cubs.
Learn all about the lives and habits of baby chimpanzees.
This Level 1 guided reader examines seasonal animal behaviors. Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning about how animals respond to spring changes, including mating and preparing for and caring for babies.
Owls, raccoons, bats, and fireflies are featured in this intriguing book about nocturnal animals. Simple text introduces children to these nighttime hunters and the special senses they possess that help them find food in the dark. It also acquaints children with animals such as red foxes, which hunt both in the day and at night. An activity asks readers to identify which animals they see during the day and which animals come out at night.
Children will love the wonderful pictures in this fun introduction to the kinds of homes animals make in various habitats. Homes are in habitats, on the ground or in trees. Some are in waterin lakes, rivers, or seas. A home can be a cave, a burrow, or nest. It is a safe place for animals to rest.
Silly Kitty lives with his human, Emma, but when Emma is busy, Silly Kitty has to find things to do. Read about Silly Kitty's adventures on a windy day.