Explore the Ice Age! With 25 Great Projects
Skulls and Skeletons!
With 25 Science Projects for Kids
Bones—what are they good for? Staying upright, for starters! In Skulls and Skeletons! With 25 Science Projects for Kids, readers ages 7 to 9 learn about the bones in their bodies and why we can’t live without them. Hands-on science projects, essential questions, links to primary sources, and more get kids excited about learning what’s$14.95 - $19.95
Lakes and Ponds!
With 25 Science Projects for Kids
What kind of life can you find in lakes and ponds? Lakes and Ponds! With 25 Science Projects for Kids invites readers ages 7 though 10 to investigate the bodies of water that might look calm from the shore but which are teeming with life and activity! Through fun facts and engaging content, kids explore the$14.95 - $19.95
25 Great Ways to Learn About Winter
Young readers become scientists in the field when Explore Winter! sends them off to answer the question "Why do we have winter?" with experiments and projects that mix real science with real fun. Combining hands-on learning with trivia, jokes, riddles, and terrific illustrations, chapters start with the "tools" of science-the scientific method and how to$12.95
Spit Nests, Puke Power, and Other Brilliant Bird Adaptations
Not all birds build nests with sticks and have good manners. Some construct nests with their own saliva, while others use vomit as a defense! Sound strange? In Spit Nests, Puke Power, and Other Brilliant Bird Adaptations, curious kids ages 5 to 9 discover many of the unique adaptations of birds. Stories of these brilliant adaptations cultivate$9.95 - $19.95
“This appealing series title explores the most recent Ice Age, beginning with where the ice came from and continuing to the end of the Ice Age. . . Particularly fun are the factual errors revealed in the movie Ice Age. Included are a time line, glossary, resources, essential questions, and examples of Ice Age sites around the U.S. Great for browsing, but even better for STEM programming in classroom, library, and after-school settings.”
Alexander K. Hastings, Assistant Curator of Paleontology, Virginia Museum of Natural History
"The book really makes learning about the Ice Age and the world around us a lot of fun. The book even brings in the real science that tied in with a few memorable moments from the popular Ice Age movie franchise."
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Detailed Book Description
Brrr–does it feel cold? Get out your gloves and get ready to experience the Ice Age! In Explore the Ice Age! With 25 Great Projects, readers ages 7 to 10 discover what an ice age consists of, why we have them, and what effect an ice age has on living organisms and ecosystems. The book pays particular attention to the most recent Ice Age, which is the only one humans were around to witness.
- Uses a topic of high interest to unify cross-curricular studies including arts, anatomy, mapping, earth science, physics, geography, biology, botany, cultural studies, archaeology, and paleontology.
- Readers learn about the modern technological tools that make the analysis of ancient evidence possible.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Welcome to the Ice Age!
What a World!
Discovering the Ice Age
Mammoths and More
Ice Age Again?