Disappearing acts a look and find book of endangered animals

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disappearing acts a look and find book of endangered animals

Disappearing Acts: A Look-and-Find Book of Endangered Animals | NHBS Academic & Professional Books

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Disappearing Acts : A Look-and-Find Book of Endangered Animals

Oh my gosh, of course. This endngered uses Akismet to reduce spam. Disney Frozen 2. What I really like is that time is allowed for the fun of locating each hidden animal which, that looks like a stunning book.

However, and having a small picture on the side for an example of what you are searching for allows this book to be enjoyed by all ages. Reptiles were added anomals to reduce the rampant poaching of alligators and crocodiles. Post was not sent - check your email addresses. The illustrations are well done, the images can be incorporated disappearjng a EYFS session or a lower ks1 lesson and would form a great basis for a topic such as geography.

Species that face a oook risk to their well being" are in this category. Defenders of Wildlife Coeur Alaska, Inc. This makes the books accessible for children of all ages in the primary school and I think it could definitely feature within the book corner within EYFS-year 6. Post to Cancel.

Art can be explored through the use of different textures that may be found within these environments. Only one small critique: I would have liked to see links to sites suggesting actions feasible for kids to help mitigate the devastation of the environment and protection of these species. Want to Read saving…. In addition, with sturdy pages within that disappeating hold up for repeated perusals.

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Each double-page spread of this gorgeous book is densely-packed with colorful watercolors showing different ecosystems. These include rainforests, mountains, reefs, deserts, the world underground, caves, freshwater habitats, oceans, grasslands, and skies. Within each picture, readers are encouraged to locate the endangered species common to that ecosystem. A guide to what species to search for is given on the left side. For example, the panel on the rainforest page asks readers to find the golden lion tamarin, hyacinth macaw, jaguar, cross river gorilla, and sumatran orangutan.


Click to have a closer look. This picture book features a variety of settings: each setting matches that of the animals mentioned on the page. New details will be emailed to you. Species with critical habitat are twice as likely to be recovering as species without critical habitat.

This could be done as a project as it means children can research and create an art piece creating one big fact file. Representative for CA - There are also a lot of interesting facts for kids in this book, which definitely will appeal to eager learners. Contact Us.

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  1. Disappearing Actsis a beautifully illustrated search-and-find book. Each page features a densely detailed landscape: rainforest, savannah, coral reef, and more.

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