Part of the series Science Investigations - Animals and Plants.
Science Investigations - Animals and Plants assists lower to middle primary students develop knowledge and understandings about four key concepts:
- science understanding
- science inquiry skills
- science as a human endeavour
- Investigations Books (x5 packs): includes 5 of the same Investigations Book in a pack
- Animals and Plants Box: includes 1 copy of each of the 12 Investigations Books, 1 x Digital Resource Disk (including site licence) and 1 x Teacher's Guide
- Animals and Plants Value Pack: includes 1 x Animals and Plants Box + all 12 Investigations Books x5 packs (i.e. 72 books in total)
Animals and Plants BoxScience Investigations resources in a durable box - one copy each of the 12 Investigations Books, 1 x Digital Resource (site licence), 1 x Teacher's Guide.
Teacher's GuideThe motivational Teacher's Guide will make your planning and preparation of the unit of work easy. It provides an outline of the topic inquiry unit and rich teaching-learning ideas. Student and teacher assessment and evaluation templates are included.
Investigations Digital ResourceBringing digital learning to your investigations, the disk is ideal for use with IWBs, data projectors and classroom computers. It contains:
- 16 e-posters
- Teacher's Guide in PDF format
- student worksheets/graphic organisers
Investigations Books - 12 TitlesNon-fiction, high-interest paperback books to support students' independent inquiry into the key concepts covered in the Animals and Plants unit. See below for more information on each title.
Investigations BooksHigh-interest nonfiction books, ideal for both independent and shared reading.
The Butterfly Life CycleButterfly Life Cycle investigates the way that butterflies are born, live and reproduce. Young students will find out how butterflies choose a mate, where they lay their eggs and how they care for their young in this book.
CockatoosCockatoos investigates cockatoos and how they live, feed and breed. In this informative book you will find out what cockatoos look like and where they live, and meet some of the many different kinds of cockatoos that are found in Australia.
Common Brushtail PossumsCommon Brushtail Possums investigates common brushtail possums and how they live, feed and breed. In this informative book young students will find out what common brushtail possums look like, where they live and how they communicate.
Crocodiles Life CycleCrocodiles Life Cycles investigates the way that crocodiles are born, live and reproduce. Young students will find out how crocodiles choose a mate, where they lay their eggs and how they care for their young in this book.
The Dolphin FamilyThe Dolphin Family investigates the dolphins that make up the dolphin family. Young students can read about where different kinds of dolphins live, what they look like, how big they are and what they eat in this informative book.
FishFish investigates the kinds of animals that are classified as fish, introducing their main features and how they breathe and reproduce. Young students will meet some different kinds of fish, including wild, domestic and endangered species in this book.
FlowersFlowers investigates flowers and the way they help a plant to make seeds and reproduce. Young students will learn about the parts that make up a flower, the many kinds of flowers there are, and how you can grow your own flowering plants in this book.
FrogsFrogs investigates frogs and how they live, feed and breed. Young students will find out what frogs look like and where they live, and meet some of the many different kinds of frogs that are found in Australia in this book.
MammalsMammals investigates the kinds of animals that are classified as mammals, introducing their main features, what they eat and how they reproduce. Meet some different kinds of mammals, including wild, domestic and endangered animals in this book.
Mangrove SwampsMangrove Swamps investigates mangrove swamp habitats and the plants and animals that live in them. Young students can discover how mangrove trees provide food and shelter for animals, and why some mangrove swamps are under threat.
PlatypusesPlatypuses investigates platypuses and how they live, feed and breed. Find out what platypuses look like, where they live and how they communicate in this book.
VegetablesVegetables investigates vegetables and the different parts of the plants that can be eaten. Young students will learn about the different kinds of vegetables there are, how they grow and why they are good for our health as they read this book.
|Product Type||Software & CD-ROMs, Teacher Resources, Readers & Literacy,|
|Year Level||Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4,|
|Author(s)||Diana Noonan, Kimberley Jane Pryor, Greg Reid, Bev Harvey and June Loves|
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