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El ciclo de vida de la mariposa - PB
El ciclo de vida de la mariposa - PB
El ciclo de vida de la mariposa - PB
9780778787082 | In Stock
A monarch born in the fall has two major challenges! In addition to metamorphosis, these butterflies fly 4,000 miles on a two-way migration trek! The Life Cycle of a Butterfly explains butterfly metamorphosis and migration in simple terms. The text is beautifully illustrated with photographs and art, making this book a joy to read. Topics include:
• where butterflies lay their eggs
• the "eating machine" caterpillar
• the transformation from pupa to chrysalis to butterfly
• monarch migration
• butterfly facts and activity suggestions
• how to protect butterflies

Reading Level: Gr. 2-3
Interest Level: Gr. 3-6
Guided Reading Level: N
Binding: Paperback
Series: Ciclos de Vida
Author(s): Bobbie Kalman

Size: 8 ½″ × 9 ½″
No. of Pages: 32
Index Included: Yes
Glossary Included: Yes

ATOS: 4.0999999999999996
Dewey: 595.78
Lexile: Not Available at this time.
Copyright: 2005

El ciclo de vida de la mariposa

"The outstanding nonfiction for children which we have come to expect from Crabtree Publishing is exemplified in these two new Spanish language series. The books contain beautiful all-color photographs and illustrations, a table of contents, index, and a comprehensive glossary. Bobbie Kalman, a past teacher and educational consultant, pinpoints the dynamic facts which dazzle young children and interprets them for her audience, which she does so well. The books are not only ideal references for elemetary students, but also excellent choices for pleasure reading." —Catholic Library World, 06/06 El ciclo de vida del �rbol (The Life Cycle of a Tree); del mosquito (Mosquito); de la mariposa (Butterfly) Gr 3-5– (Bobbie Kalman) ... introduces elementary school students to complicated scientific concepts through easy texts, colorful photographs and illustrations, and detailed diagrams. The author explains each life cycle from beginning to end, making it easy for beginning researchers to understand a bit about the animal in question. The books are environmentally oriented, as they encourage students to appreciate the importance of the particular animal in the overall scheme of life. Despite the scientific vocabulary, the Spanish texts are precise and devoid of regionalisms and the most difficult terms are defined in the back. An index is also provided. Recommended for public libraries and for elementary schools.—Cr�ticas, 09/05, Bianca Elliott, Lansing High School, KS