A seed is sleepy, but after a nice long nap, some sun, and a snack it is ready to grow into something magnificent!
Teach students about life cycles by learning about worms and the ways they benefit the garden and farms. Through reading literature and completing hands-on activities, the class will conduct a worm investigation and observe that the organisms (and other animals) need food, air and space to grow.
A visual nonfiction account of everything earthworm.
A year in the life of a sunflower, from seed to plant to flower and back to seed.
Do you know the length of an otter’s lifetime? Or a giant sequoia tree? Journey through time in this book filled with facts, realistic images, and land upon a beautifully simple message.
Follow this monarch butterfly in her triumphant migration journey.
Once there was a tree and now only the stump remains. But who owns that stump? From the large, lumbering bear that uses it to sharpen his claws, to the tiny ants that make it their home, the stump belongs to everyone.