Classifying the World

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  1. Small Pal's Home

    Small Pal's Home - Temporary home for small pets, fish, or insects

    Young naturalists can get a “clear” look at salamanders, worms, lady bugs, caterpillars, or other small friends. Acrylic sides offer optimum viewing. Vented cover. Flip-top feeder. 7¾" x 4" x 5¾" deep. Learn More
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  2. Who Am I? Set - Plants & Animals

    Who Am I? Set - Plants & Animals - From In-Print for Children

    “Who am I?” stories are one of the most popular activities in Montessori Elementary classrooms. One child reads the description of the animal or plant (and shows the picture if more hints are needed). Learn More
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  3. Carnivore, Herbivore, Omnivore

    Carnivore, Herbivore, Omnivore - Classification Cards from In-Print for Children

    Great picture clues narrow the options as children sort photos of a variety of creatures, shown in their natural environments, under the labels (with definitions.) 18 laminated cardstock photo cards and 3 labels. Learn More
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  4. 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
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  5. A Walk in the Woods ~ Into the Field Guide

    A Walk in the Woods ~ Into the Field Guide - A Hands-On Introduction to Cool, Common Critters, Trees, Flowers and Rocks

    Both you and your child are sure to enjoy outdoor adventures more with this engaging guide, filled with fascinating information and gorgeous photos. This book has our highest recommendation. Paperback, 110 pages. Learn More
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