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By Anthony D. Fredericks

Flip children onto technology with those intriguing net studying adventures. The 88 classes during this publication attach younger novices to the tremendous array of technology wisdom and assets on the web. each one unit contains attractive actions and web examine initiatives in keeping with particular technological know-how thoughts, in addition to dialogue questions and lists of correct websites and comparable literature. Grades K-6.

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New York: Knopf. This book deals with the differences between butterflies and moths. There is also an interesting section on myths about butterflies and moths. Whalley, Paul. (1988). An Eyewitness Book: Butterfly and Moth. New York: Knopf. This book takes the reader through the courtship and egg laying of the butterfly and moth, the developing caterpillars, progression to pupa, the pupa stage, and finally the emerging creature. Activities and Projects 1. Cut large sheets of paper into a simple butterfly shape.

In fact, its entire diet consists of nothing but blood. It only very rarely attacks humans, although some movies would have us believe otherwise. It is important that kids realize that bats are not scary, but interesting, helpful creatures! Research Questions 1. Where do most bats live in the United States? 2. What types of places do bats live in? 3. What can bats do that no other mammal can do? 4. How many babies can one bat have in a year? 5. What’s the world’s largest bat? com/bats4kids/ This is a wonderful site with plenty of information about bats, including bat myths, games, a “bat quiz,” books, and links to various other bat sites.

1993). Bats: Creatures of the Night. New York: Price Stern Sloan. In this book, simple sentences packed with lots of information introduce children to bats and their physical characteristics and behaviors. Perry, Phyllis. (1998). Bats: The Amazing Upside-Downers. Danbury, CT: Watts. Its detailed information about bats, along with conservation organization information, makes this book perfect for older kids. Wonderful photos are a plus. Activities and Projects 1. Ask children to create their own book about the myths about bats.

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