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Smithsonian Science Stories Literacy Series™: Blossoms, Bees, and Seeds

$15.95 - $114.95

Grade 2. 2020. 58 pages. Blossoms, Bees, and Seeds reader serves as an informational text resource that is incorporated into many lessons in the Smithsonian Science for the Classroom™ module How Can We Find the Best Place for a Plant to Grow? Topics include: Root, Shoot, Flower, and Fruit; A Farm in the City; Benefits of Bees; Pollinator Problem; A Sticky Idea; Scatter and Scat; and Planting with Passion. Available in English and Spanish. Soft cover.

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Grade 2. 2020. 58 pages. Blossoms, Bees, and Seeds literacy reader serves as an informational text resource that is incorporated into the main activities of many lessons in the Smithsonian Science for the Classroom™ module How Can We Find the Best Place for a Plant to Grow?

Topics include:

  • Root, Shoot, Flower, and Fruit: Tracking the growth of a tomato plant
  • A Farm in the City: Growing food in a city
  • Benefits of Bees: Why bees are important to people
  • Pollinator Problem: Reasons why there are fewer pollinators around
  • A Sticky Idea: How nature inspired an invention
  • Scatter and Scat: Animals moving seeds to grow new plants
  • Planting with Passion: How scientists create beautiful gardens

The reader connects student literacy to science in the real world. Available in English (on-grade-level or below-grade-level) and Spanish, and as single copies or in packs of 8. Soft cover.

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