Includes common, unusual and endangered frogs, toads and salamanders. Sort them by continent, name them, read sentences! Copy the sentences or make your own!
Includes 31 cards, 4 x 2.5 inches: 24 photo and 7 continent cards. 4 amphibians per continent.
Most of the fish in World Fish live in freshwater (lakes, rivers, ponds). Several return to the ocean to spawn. The fish from Antarctica are saltwater fish living in the Southern Ocean. There are no freshwater species on the continent.
Early Childhood for ages 3-6 includes 28 photo cards and 7 continent cards.
Elementary includes an additional 28 double-sided Story-Question Cards.
All plastic cards are corner rounded cards - 4 x 2.5 inches.
Discover natural and manmade geographic land forms. Includes Mount Fuji, Carlsbad Caverns, an inselberg, Uluru, Panama Canal, Seine River, Mono Lake, Yangshou Mountains, Villarica Volcano, the Dry Valleys and more.
Students sort the cards under water and land labels.
Primary Version for Ages 3-6 have photo-name cards.
Elementary version has photo-sentence cards.
Both have continent cards for land and for water for each continent. Students sort them that way.
Mammals live on all 7 continents on the land and in the water. 3-6 version has 35 plastic cards, 4 x 2.5 inches; 28 photo cards and 7 continent cards; 4 Mammals per continent. (Science-Vertebrates-Mammals)
Elementary version has 5 mammals per continent.
As students work with these cards, they'll discover fascinating details about the lives and histories of people around the world.
Collection 1 includes:
Africa: Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Zimbabwe
Antarctica: Continent card only
Asia: Myanmar, China, Indonesia, Thailand
Australia & Oceania: Australia, New Zealand, Papua New
Guinea, Solomon Islands
Europe: Greece, Norway, Russia, Spain
North America: Canada, Guatemala, Mexico, USA
South America: Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru
As students work with these cards, they'll discover fascinating details about the lives and histories of people around the world. They bring forth great conversations between students.
Collection 2 includes:
Africa: Chad, Madagascar, Nigeria, South Sudan
Antarctica: Continent card only
Asia: Afghanistan, India, Japan, Oman
North America: Dominican Republic, Greenland, Nicaragua, Panama Europe: Denmark, Germany, Scotland, Slovakia
Oceania: Cook Islands, Fiji, Mariana Islands, Samoa
South America: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Venezuela
Students learn about common, unusual and endangered reptiles. Sort cards to continent cards or to reptiles labels - alligators, lizards, snakes and turtles.
Includes 31 cards, 4 x 2.5 inches: 24 photo and 7 continent cards. (Science-Vertebrates-Reptiles)
Every picture tells a story from civilizations that came before us. Each is a treasure and a symbol of things valued in the past. Includes 25 photo cards and 7 continent labels.
Subjects include: Big Horn Medicine Wheel, Cliff Palace, El Castillo, Hale o Keawe, Chan Chan, Machu Pichu, Moai, Paracas Candelabra, Great Enclosure, Great Mosque of Djennee, Great Pyramid, Great Sphinx, Parthenon, Sacre Coeur, Stonehenge, Vatican City, Lotus Temple, Mogao Grottoes, Taj Mahal, Torii Gate, Assembly Building, Marae, Pukmani Grave, Uluru
Land, Air and Water Vehicle photo cards includes 36 Cards: 33 photo cards and 3 label cards (land, air, water). Examples include bicycle, cable car, delta, segway, blimp, drone, helicopter, hot air balloon, container ship, ferry boat, gondola, reed boat, and more.
Discover the world of trees! This work includes examples of ancient, abundant, endangered and unusual trees. This simple introduction includes 31 cards; 24 photo cards and 7 continent label cards. There are 4 trees per continent and no trees for the Antarctic continent.
Use these cards with the book Are Trees Alive by Debbie S. Miller. Many of the same trees are in the book and the card material. Other great books when studying trees: Redwoods by Jason Chin; The Tree in the Ancient Forest by Carol Reed-Jones; The Tree by Dana Lyons.