100 Facts Bears is bursting with exactly 100 fascinating facts, unbelievable images and fun activities to help children aged 6-10 years learn everything they need to know about these grizzly mammals. Covers bear species, homes, feeding and behaviour. Close-up photos of bears in their natural habitats. Illustrations and diagrams of bear anatomy to help kids to understand key concepts. Synopsis - Product details 100 Facts Bears contains key bear facts for kids in simple numbered facts. Every page features fantastic illustrations and photographs that support a child's understanding of the text. This is a great bear book for kids aged 6-10 years. Topics covered in 100 Facts Bears: The definition of a bear and a close look at the bear family. Bears from different climates such as brown bears and polar bears. Bears that are most under threat in the their natural habitats and what is being done to help them. 'I don't believe it' fascinating facts: Pandas use all four limbs to grip onto tree trunks as they climb up or down. The word 'Arctic' comes from the Greek word 'Arkitos', which means 'country of the Great Bear'. While female polar bears are in their den looking after their cubs, they don't eat or drink at all. Activities to make learning accessible and interactive: Make a panda face mask using a paper plate, black paper and string. Quiz question: Black bears live in Europe. True or false? Measure your height every month for a year to see how fast you grow compared to a bear.
Most Rockies fans have taken in the action from the purple row at Coors Field, and followed every moment of the team's exhilarating run to the 2007 World Series. But only real fans know the full rollercoaster story of how the Major Leagues finally came to the Mile High City, or all the best spots in LoDo to hit up before and after games. 100 Things Rockies Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die is the ultimate resource for true fans of the Rockies. Whether you're a die-hard devotee from the team's inception in 1993 or have been drawn in more recently by the dazzling play of Nolan Arenado, these are the 100 things all fans need to know and do in their lifetime. In this revised and updated edition, author Adrian Dater has collected every essential piece of Rockies knowledge and trivia, as well as must-do activities, and ranks them all from 1 to 100, providing an entertaining and easy-to-follow checklist as you progress on your way to fan superstardom.
Giant pandas are one of the most loved of all animals. Here are some fun facts you may not have known about giant pandas. Is a giant panda an herbivore or a carnivore? Do giant pandas hibernate like other bears? What do a giant panda’s pupils look like? Which has more fingers; a giant panda or a human? Learn the answer to these questions and many more in this 15-Minute Book. Giant pandas look like cute, cuddly creatures from the Far East. How much do you know about them? LearningIsland.com believes in the value of children practicing reading for 15 minutes every day. Our 15-Minute Books give children lots of fun, exciting choices to read, from classic stories, to mysteries, to books of knowledge. Open the world of reading to a child by having them read for 15 minutes a day.
A Parent-Approved, Fun Read for Kids What could be more fun than seeing kids laugh and have their curiosities piqued while they learn a thing or two about God's Word along the way? Every page of this book is sure to tease their brains and tickle their funny bones. Troy Schmidt has been writing for kids for 30 years. He's written children's Bible-based storybooks for the "Their Side of the Story" collection and worked as a creative consultant for children's television programs. This book is guaranteed to entertain children for hours with chapters like "He Stands at the Door and Knock Knocks," "Matches Made in Heaven," and "Are You Smarter Than King Solomon?" A great gift for kids to share with their friends, and moms and dads might even find themselves laughing and learning too!
Pandas are irresistible and people think they know a lot about them. But only the true panda expert knows: -The age of a panda can be determined by measuring the distance between its nipples -In Egyptian hieroglyphics, the panda symbol means "notwithstanding" -Prince's song "Purple Rain" was inspired by the mixed emotions he feels about pandas Smart, funny, and chock-full of panda pictures, 100 Facts About Pandas will astonish and entertain both animal lovers and everyone who laughed their way through The Book of Bunny Suicides and F U, Penguin.
Discover amazing facts about the different bear species, and the habitats in which they live. The facts and artwork in this book will challenge and enthuse children, while the quizzes, projects and cartoons add an extra element of fun.
Strategies for encouraging lower ability students to discuss themes and teaching points are given in starter and plenary suggestions in the Teacher's Guide. Extra emphasis is given on helping lower ability students with writing assignments. Comprehensive coverage of the Framework objectives and strategies. Offers suggestions for delivery of activities from all 36 sections in the two student books, including Speaking and Listening, and Drama.
Bestselling author John Davidson presents "Polar Bears For Kids". Beautiful Pictures and easy reading format will help children fall in love with Polar Bears. This is one of over 20 books in the Amazing Animal Books for Young Readers Series. The series is known as one of the most beautiful on the kindle. The pictures look great even in black and white and are excellent on the full color kindle. Lots of facts and photos will help your children learn about this wonderful animal. Children are given a well-rounded understanding of this beautiful mammal: its anatomy, feeding habits and behavior. *** You and your kids will love learning about Polar Bears*** Table of Contents Introduction 1. About Polar Bears 2. Polar Bears 3. What Polar Bears Do 4. How Polar Bears Communicate 5. Baby Polar Bears 6. Polar Bear Facts 7. Where to Polar Bears Live 8. Arctic Polar Bears 9. Why are Polar Bears Endangered 10. What Polar Eat 11. Habitat of Polar Bears 12. Other Names for Polar Bears 13. Pictures of Polar Bears Introduction Have you ever wondered about the world of the polar bears? Wondered about things like where do they live, or what do they eat? Did you know that polar bears communicate with each other? You may have seen pictures of polar bears many times, but what do you really know about them? Are polar bears really white? There are so many interesting things to learn about these powerful bears! About Polar Bears When polar bears live outdoors in the wild, they can live to be about 15 to 18 years old. However, there have been some bears recorded to have been as old as 31 or 32 years old. Polar Bears that live in captivity (not living in the wild) can many times live to be between 35 – 39 years old. In fact, there was a female polar bear that lived to the age of 42 in a Canadian zoo! Polar bears are very smart. In fact, a research scientist claimed that polar bears are every bit as smart as apes. A hungry polar bear was observed smashing open blocks of ice to get to the fish that were frozen inside. These bear can be playful as well. Some bears were observed stacked up plastic pipes, just to knock them all down again. To help the polar bear survive in the Arctic, they need to rely on their senses. They have very good hearing and eyesight, as well as a good sense of smell. Their teeth are very sharp and spaced far apart. This helps them when they eat, and to hold onto their prey.
Extensively illustrated with Ian McAllister's magnificent photographs, The Salmon Bears explores the delicate balance that exists between the grizzly, black and spirit bears and their natural environment, the last great wilderness along the central coast of British Columbia. Key to this relationship are the salmon that are born in the rivers each spring, who then go out to sea as juveniles and return as adults to spawn and die, completing a cycle of life that ensures the survival of not only their own species but also virtually every other plant and animal in the rainforest. In clear language suitable for young readers, the authors describe the day-to-day activities that define the lives of these bears through the four seasons. But this is also very much the story of the Great Bear Rainforest, a vast tract of land that stretches from the northern tip of Vancouver Island to the Alaska border and contains some of the largest stands of old-growth forest left on the West Coast. The Salmon Bears focuses on the interconnectedness of all life in the rainforest and makes a strong case for the importance of protecting this vital ecological resource.