Caves are underground landscapes formed by the forces of erosion. Carbonic acid in water dissolves rock and forms passages and mineral formations. Caves cover 10% of the earth and occur in temperate, tropical, alpine and polar biomes. They are called Karst landscapes. About 1/4th of the world's people depend on water supplied by karst areas.
Designed for Early Childhood (3 To 6) and Elementary classrooms. Students sort 14 tree photo cards under a photo control card or a word label card. The sentences on each card tell the story about photosynthesis. Good for one student or many! Readers or non-readers.
Designed for Early Childhood (3 To 6) and Elementary classrooms.
Students sort 14 tree photo cards under double sided deciduous or evergreen labels. One side says the word. One side has the word and photos as a control card.
The sentences on each card tell the story about
photosynthesis. Good for one student or many!
Even my students who cannot read the story like the mystery of picking a card and placing it where they think it goes. A simple great work for 2!
Explore the realms of space with our space cards! Set One includes celestial objects students may be familiar with. Set Two includes celestial and man-made objects.
The version for Ages 3-6 includes 3 part nomenclature cards. It also includes a set of sentence cards as a reading extension.
The elementary version includes 3 part cards. The control card is double sided with the photo name on the front and the definition and answer to the who am I question on the back. There definition cards and who am I cards.
The Space Writing Book is also available as a writing extension. Students can trace or copy names and sentences. They can make a moon book!
Coral reefs are made by tiny plant-like coral animals.The reef is ancient. It is called the rainforest of the sea. Pollution, disease and rising sea water temperatures are killing reefs around the world.
There are 7 photo cards for sponges and a label card.
There are 7 photo cards for corals and a label card.
Primary (3-6) has photo-name cards. Elementary has photo-sentence cards.
Students are fascinated by volcanoes. Our volcano work includes 8 subjects. There is a primary (ages 3-6) and an elementary version.
This is a wonderful work to use when doing land, air and water work in the classroom. One 4 year old said to another, " The earth makes new land by making a volcano."
Plastic Cards - Classroom Ready!
30 Cards: 20 Photo-Sentence Animal Cards that can be matched under the 5 Photo Control Cards. 5 Characteristics Cards align so that students can compare how each vertebrate is the same and different.
Good basic material for both classrooms.
Ocean Deep Zone Life
Early Childhood and Elementary Versions, Photos for Display,
Name and Sentence Cards
The deep ocean begins at a depth of 600 feet down to 30,000 feet down to the bottom. It is dark and cold. No plants grow down here. Some fish have big eyes and some animals have glowing bodies. Food materials sink from above or rise from hydrothermal vents.
Our weather cards are divided into 2 sets. The first Set - Set 1 has types of weather in it that are common and that children may know. We have chosen pictures with children in them for this work! Includes clouds, fog, frost, hail, lightning, rain, rainbow, snow, sun and wind.
The second set - Set 2 has subjects that can be considered weather often relating to natural or man-made disasters. Subjects include: blizzard, cyclone, dust devil, flood, hurricane, sandstorm, smog, snowstorm, tornado, wildfire