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Smithsonian Science Stories Literacy Series™: Sending Signals

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Grade 4. 2019. 50 pages. Sending Signals reader serves as an informational text resource that is incorporated into many lessons in the Smithsonian Science for the Classroom™ module How Can Animals Use Their Senses to Communicate? Topics include: Let In the Light; Sensible Structures; Seeing with Sound; Animals with Something to Say; Life as an Animal Behavior Scientist; Seeking the Sun; Faster than a Flying Pigeon; and Living Light Bulbs. Available in English and Spanish. Soft cover.

 
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Grade 4. 2019. 50 pages. Sending Signals 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 Animals Use Their Senses to Communicate?

Topics include:

  • Let In the Light: How eyes let in light for sight
  • Sensible Structures: The structures organisms use for their senses
  • Seeing with Sound: How elephants "see" faraway objects using sound
  • Animals with Something to Say: Signals animals use to send messages
  • Life as an Animal Behavior Scientist: Dr. Rachel Page's work focusing on animal behavior
  • Seeking the Sun: How plants sense and react to the world around them
  • Faster than a Flying Pigeon: Finding better ways to communicate over distances
  • Living Light Bulbs: How some organisms have the ability to produce light

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.