Animals mate to keep their species alive and strong. In the wild, animals must fight for mates. During courtship, animals show that they are strong and healthy in many peculiar ways. This book will show you how animals like the Emperor penguin, the peacock, the African bullfrog, and the frigatebird use their colors, croaks, and tail feathers to find the perfect mate! This book will allow students to construct an argument that some animals form groups that help members survive.
Humans are not the only ones that build things. Some animals are great builders. The things they build help them survive in the wild. Animals build to keep safe and warm. This book highlights animal homes, such as the sociable weaver nest, a termite mound, a spiders web, a beaver dam, and many other homes built by animal builders! This book will allow students to use a model to represent the relationship between the needs of different animals and the places they live.
Asking Alligator different questions he always answers now until it's time to go to bed and his answer is LATER. Teaches the concept of time with a clock on each page showing what time of day each question is asked.
Beautifully illustrated, this book teaches students the importance of how staying active keeps them healthy.
Packing up and moving from a small house to a big city filled with tall buildings and bustling sounds is exciting.
"Who Stole the Cookies from the Cookie Jar" is given a new twist using vegetables in this delightful book using different animals.
Describes animals who have wrinkles, warts, or wattles. Gives information on how these special body parts are used and why they are important.