Classifying Living Things
This little 48-page resource is a great accompaniment with a concise explanation for the Taxonomy of Living Things Journal. Use this along with your curriculum or as an introduction to life science. This book explains the differences in living and nonliving things, what living things need to survive, where the idea of taxonomy originated, and a look inside some of the different kingdoms. Within each chapter you'll find full-color photos and a pronunciation key (where necessary). A two-page glossary offers definitions of new vocabulary. ~ Donna
Gareth Stevens Vital Science books are designed to help prepare students for NCLB science testing. The eight volumes in Life Science use clear language and a variety of photographs, illustrations, and detailed diagrams to help students understand biological structures and processes. Subjects covered include the human body, cells, characteristics and classification of living things, plants, heredity, animals, simple life-forms, and how life changes. This series will serve as a comprehensive and indispensable resource for students studying life science.
Fresh focus presents common science curriculum topics"including senses, adaptations, and life cycles"in an interesting and engaging way. Each title in the Gareth Stevens Vital Science Series uses clear language and a variety of photographs, illustrations, and detailed diagrams to help students understand biological structures and processes.