Our Learning Goals:
I can identify living and nonliving elements, or components, in ecosystem,
I can explain the carbon dioxide oxygen cycle and
how human interact with these non living elements.
Great Read Alouds for Animal Interactions!
Discover some of nature's most unlikely--but valuable--friendships! Sometimes two are better than one--that's a matter of fact, even when the pairing seems very odd! From sharks and cleaner fish, to zebras and birds, to plants and their pollinators, strange friendships in nature exist everywhere. With bite-sized text and quirky illustrations, this fascinating book introduces children to the weird and wonderful symbiotic relationships between animal species.
It's a pleasant day for Furley the monkey until someone flings dung at him! Nobody is around to confess, so Furley goes on an investigation. "Who flung dung?!" Furley demands of Elephant and Rhinoceros. They deny everything, offended that Furley would think them capable of dung-flinging. Python and Crocodile didn't fling the dung, and neither did Lion or Vulture! So who was it? As Furley becomes more and more frustrated, readers will giggle more and more loudly. But even though he's frustrated, Furley's not going to give up. He's on a mission to find that dung-flinging culprit!