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This book is the record of a miracle. The stunning pictures in this book-many taken with a microscopic lens--will guide you and your child or student to record and understand the progress of the miracle that takes place in your hands, with your own caterpillar/butterfly. More than 140 photographs capture rare sequences. Ample space for notes, drawings, and progress charts encourage children to be scientists. Parent - Teacher Ed.: My Monarch Journal Includes the 32 page Student version plus 20 more pages of answers to all the questions asked as well as additional charts, tips for teachers, and pages of resources.

Synopsis:

This book is the record of a miracle. The metamorphosis of a tiny egg to a caterpiller, then to a chrysalis, and finally to a beautiful butterfly is one of nature's most astonishing miracles. The stunning pictures in this book - many taken with a microscopic lens - will guide you and your child or student to record and understand the progress of the miracle that takes place in your hands, with your own caterpillar/butterfly. More than 140 photographs capture rare sequences: the hatchling eating its way out of the egg; the first green meal moving through the caterpillar's intestines; and a caterpillar shedding its skin. Ample space for notes, drawings and progress charts encourage children to be scientists - and in the process, gain a profound appreciation for these remarkable tiny beings. The book includes 20 pages of teacher information, including answers to questions, charts, tips for teachers, and pages of resources.

Synopsis:

This book is the record of a miracle. The stunning pictures in this book — many taken with a microscopic lens — will guide you and your child or student to record and understand the progress of the miracle that takes place in your hands, with your own caterpillar/butterfly. More than 140 photographs capture rare sequences. Ample space for notes, drawings, and progress charts encourage children to be scientists.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781584690054
Author:
Bibeau, Anita
Author:
Bibeau, Anita
Author:
Muther, Connie
Publisher:
Dawn Publications (CA)
Subject:
Butterflies
Subject:
Nature
Subject:
Juvenile literature
Subject:
Butterflies & Moths
Subject:
Animals - Butterflies & Moths
Subject:
Nature Studies-Insects
Edition Description:
Teacher's Guide
Publication Date:
20000331
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
52
Dimensions:
9.90x11.66x.15 in. .63 lbs.

Related Subjects

Science and Mathematics » Biology » Butterflies
Science and Mathematics » Nature Studies » Insects » General

My Monarch Journal
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Product details 52 pages Dawn Publications (CA) - English 9781584690054 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , This book is the record of a miracle. The metamorphosis of a tiny egg to a caterpiller, then to a chrysalis, and finally to a beautiful butterfly is one of nature's most astonishing miracles. The stunning pictures in this book - many taken with a microscopic lens - will guide you and your child or student to record and understand the progress of the miracle that takes place in your hands, with your own caterpillar/butterfly. More than 140 photographs capture rare sequences: the hatchling eating its way out of the egg; the first green meal moving through the caterpillar's intestines; and a caterpillar shedding its skin. Ample space for notes, drawings and progress charts encourage children to be scientists - and in the process, gain a profound appreciation for these remarkable tiny beings. The book includes 20 pages of teacher information, including answers to questions, charts, tips for teachers, and pages of resources.
"Synopsis" by , This book is the record of a miracle. The stunning pictures in this book — many taken with a microscopic lens — will guide you and your child or student to record and understand the progress of the miracle that takes place in your hands, with your own caterpillar/butterfly. More than 140 photographs capture rare sequences. Ample space for notes, drawings, and progress charts encourage children to be scientists.
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