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  1. Caterpillars and Butterflies

    Caterpillars and Butterflies - Usborne Non-Fiction Reader

    How do caterpillars turn into butterflies? What do butterflies eat? In this book children will find the answers! Everything they want to know about all kinds of insects is simply stated and beautifully illustrated. Hardcover. Learn More
    $4.95
    SC140
    In Stock
  2. I Wonder Why Leaves Change Color

    I Wonder Why Leaves Change Color - and other questions about plants

    This graphic format fact book answers questions curious children might ask (and are so hard to answer.) Lively question and answer approach, incredible information, and appealing artwork. A favorite resource. Paperback, 32 pages. Learn More
    $6.95
    EM409
    In Stock
  3. Plant Lessons ~ Second Edition

    Plant Lessons ~ Second Edition - Introducing Children to Plant Form and Function from Big Picture Science

    This master resource will inspire you to teach botany with confidence and enthusiasm! Spectacular color photos accompany detailed, sequential botany lessons with such depth that you’ll never lack ideas or information again. Spiral-bound paperback, 180 pages. Learn More
    $41.95
    EM400
    In Stock
  4. Tunnel Town Ant Farm

    Tunnel Town Ant Farm - From Tweber

    This real life study will help children develop observation skills as they gain an appreciation of the industrious ant. Just send in the coupon (with a nominal fee for shipping) to receive a small tube of Western Harvester Ants. Learn More
    $16.95
    SC64
    In Stock
  5. 48 Flower Cards for Study & Sorting

    48 Flower Cards for Study & Sorting - Big Picture Science Botany Photo Cards - Set 3
    From Big Picture Science

    Compiled for the Montessori Elementary classroom, this set is designed to supplement lessons with live specimens. It allows students to see examples of plants not available because of locale or season. 48 vibrant photo cards and 48 information cards. Learn More
    $29.95
    EM412
    In Stock
  6. Body Coverings Set

    Body Coverings Set - 5 titles

    We recommend these books for early classification work body coverings are something children can see and touch. The five titles Scales, Skin, Shells, Feathers, Fur) combine excellent full-color photographs of animals in their natural habitat with simple early reading text. Learn More
    $34.75
    SC202
    Order Now! Due in Stock 9/1/2015
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    Primary World Mammals Cards - From Laughing Star Montessori

    6 mammals from each of 7 continents (42 cards). Working with these well-researched, classroom-tested card materials demonstrates the beauty and diversity in our natural world. Designed for the Primary Montessori Classroom (ages 3-6). Learn More

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  8. Why Do Elephants Need the Sun?

    Why Do Elephants Need the Sun? - Read-aloud science concepts fact book from Robert E. Wells

    It’s an accomplishment to take a topic like our dependence on the sun and make it relatable for children. By using a cartoon elephant as the centerpiece, the author explains how important the sun is to all of us on Earth. 32 pages Learn More
  9. Tree of Life

    Tree of Life - The Incredible Biodiversity of Life on Earth

    This dynamic exploration of living things is organized to complement life science work at the elementary level. Engaging facts and dazzling illustrations bring taxonomic classification to life. Paperback, 40 pages. Learn More
    $12.95
    EM89
    In Stock
  10. Tiny Creatures

    Tiny Creatures - World of Microbes

    “Microbes can eat anything: plants, animals (alive or dead), even oil and rocks.” This book makes this rarely spoken of scientific topic approachable for children. Hardcover, 36 pages. Learn More
    $15.95
    EM44
    In Stock

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