Karl, Get Out of the Garden!
A storybook biography of Karl Linne, the man who named and divided the plant and animal kingdoms. Karl went from just a boy who loved to spend time in the garden, to a man getting awarded and honored for his life’s work. His ideas definitely invited a lot of resistance and skepticism at first, but in time, people realized how helpful his system was on many levels. His story will be entertaining to children and adults alike. The illustrated pictures help the younger audience to get more of a grasp on the storyline. There are many difficult words or scientific terms introduced, but it is a great way to start introducing children to biology at a young age!
Do you know what a Solanum caule inermi herbaceo, foliis pinnatis incises, racemis simplicibus is?*
Carolus (Karl) Linnaeus started off as a curious child who loved exploring the garden. Despite his intelligenceand his mother's scoldingshe was a poor student, preferring to be outdoors with his beloved plants and bugs. As he grew up, Karl's love of nature led him to take on a seemingly impossible task: to give a scientific name to every living thing on earth. The result was the Linnaean systemthe basis for the classification system used by biologists around the world today. Backyard sciences are brought to life in beautiful color.
Back matter includes more information about Linnaeus and scientific classification, a classification chart, a time line, source notes, resources for young readers, and a bibliography.
*it's a tomato!
Expand your world travels as you explore South America and Europe! In Europe travel through France, Spain, Italy, Holland, Denmark, Sweden, and Great Britain. While in South America, visit Ecuador, Chile, Peru, and Brazil. Theories about the origins of the universe are presented including creationism, big bang theory and evolution, and bio-logos/evolutionary creation. Biblical History connections included.
Introduce children to the fascinating and diverse world in which we live through delightful children’s books. Modeled after the Charlotte Mason philosophy of notebooking, this study focuses on the 4 R’s: reading, reasoning, relating and recording. Skills are age appropriate and gentle to engage and inspire children in the learning process. Geography, cultures, animals, folk tales and fables, music and art, are all covered, as are nature studies, poetry and recipes. Literature rich, the authors also provide additional literature and video resources to go deeper. Volumes are flexible for one semester (4 lessons/week) or one year (2 lessons/week). Beautifully illustrated with vibrant photographs and gorgeous art reproductions for the art studies. Black and white nature drawings are included and reproducible for individual families. Quality art supplies are recommended. Please note that a Japanese notebook, Tsubame, is recommended and sold by Beautiful Feet, but we currently do not offer it. ~ Deanne