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Scavenger's Hunt | Arthur Bicknell
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Crimson613 31pts!! omg Eeyore 😍 1d
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• December 8th ❄️ ❄️ of the #WinterGames

Day 8 of the #FestivePhotoChallenge:
Penguins and Polar Bears •

#happyholidays #winter #animals #animalbooks #nature #naturebooks #NorthPole #SouthPole

wanderinglynn 🙌🏻⛄️ 2d
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Allierd22
Animal Ark | Kwame Alexander, Deanna Nikaido
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“Chorus of creatures singing our names see what we can save- together”

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Allierd22
Animal Ark | Kwame Alexander, Deanna Nikaido
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“Chorus of creatures singing our names see what we can save- together”

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Allierd22
Animal Ark | Kwame Alexander, Deanna Nikaido

I will definitely make sure to have this book in my classroom! I love the images

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Allierd22
Animal Ark | Kwame Alexander, Deanna Nikaido
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Pickpick

This poetry book is one of my favorites so far. It uses real images of animals to show the different characteristics of each, and how they are all different from each other. Children would love this because it is not difficult to understand and addresses the basic skills of poetry. Children will love to look at the different animals in the book as well

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Niaaelizz

“Animals vary greatly in shap size and behavior, but they all have a few things in common.”

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Niaaelizz

This book is very informative!! I would use it when learning about animals and different species.

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Niaaelizz
Pickpick

This book breaks down many aspects of animals from what they are to different kinds of species and even evolution and extinct animals! The book uses a lot of charts and graphs which I think are helpful for children in understanding these aspects. This book does a great job in giving brief facts of many animals!

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Niaaelizz
Time to Sleep | Steve Jenkins, Robin Page

“Gorillas like to snuggle. Every night, they make a big nest of leaves and grass, then gather in a sleepy pile.”