Book of Insects Reader, Second Edition
Insects are so small that we often pass them by. But they form three-fourths of the whole animal kingdom, and they do us so much good and so much harm that we ought to know about them. In The Book of Insects you will learn that it is not Mrs. Cricket who sings, but Mr. Cricket. That some beetles are actually rather useful, and that some are destructive, ravenous little creatures. You will come to know what a day in the life of an ant is like, and why bees are so busy. You will learn where each little fellow likes to live and what he eats. The Book of Insects focuses on observation and classification of insects in the tradition of the classical naturalists, enabling students to experience the order and beauty of creation through a deep study of it.
This reader is compiled of classic stories written by Arabella Buckley and Julia McNair Wright in the late 1800s. It takes a charmingly narrative approach to the life of insects.
This is part of a complete course that can be used in the grammar school years. There is no better start to science than studying nature itself. While it may seem daunting to the adult to study insects for a full year, students love drawing, classifying, naming, and describing creation.
This course includes a Reader compiled of classic stories written by Arabella Buckley and Julia McNair Wright in the late 1800s. It takes a narrative approach to the life of insects. The corresponding Student Workbook takes children through the identification of different kinds of insects, insect anatomy, and incorporates memory work, observation activities and much more. The Student Workbook also provides the related page number in the margin making this study very user friendly. Optional Teacher Key provides solutions to workbook activities. You will need to add the Peterson First Guide to Insects for a year long study. ~ Deanne
User-friendly, well-organized and academically sound, these science guides from Memoria Press are sure to please the science-loving child in your home. Courses consist of a teacher guide, a student guide and in some cases, a separate text. Optional resources are suggested for some courses.
Items listed in this section tend to be complete science programs with a teacher and student component, requiring few supplements besides science supplies.
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