It’s fun to be nature smart! Nature Smarts Workbook, Ages 7-9is packed with interactive learning activities that build knowledge and appreciation of the natural world. Based on the curriculum from the acclaimed outdoor educators at Mass Audubon, the colorful activity pages feature games, puzzles, mazes, and both on-the-page and outdoor activities that teach kids about geology, earth science, wildlife habits, basic botany, and more, along with important concepts such as pattern recognition and classification systems. From understanding how rocks transform to becoming a cloud detective, distinguishing between vertebrates and invertebrates, and identifying types of bird beaks and plant parts, this book expands on the school STEM curriculum to foster growth of the next generation of naturalists and conservationists.
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Mass Audubon, a major conservation organization for 125 years, is a nationally recognized leader in environmental education, serving 225,000 children and adults annual through its educational programs at 21 nature centers across the commonwealth of Massachusetts, including licensed nature preschools, summer camps, PK-12 school programs, teacher professional development, and adult education.