What Animal Needs a Wig? invites readers to the world of animals and riddles, the ultimate combination that children love. Riddles are based on the word play of animals names and zoological facts. Readers are encouraged to turn the pages to see the answers, which accompany fascinating facts about animals.
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Onomtopeia and alliterative text along with colorful close-up photos of many different pets brings this book to life.
Readers use clues to predict the name of an animal.
Time to play hide and seek in the playground. Find somewhere to hide before the count hits 10. Where is the best place to hide? Paired to the nonfiction title Favorite Games.
What can we do with a box? You can make a car, a house, and an airplane. We can make anything with a box. What do you want to make? Paired to the nonfiction title Building a House.
How do you build a snowman? With some snow for a body and objects for a face, arms, and clothes. Paired to the nonfiction title What Is Snow?.
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!