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Science Alliance™ Life Science, Plant Cells & Animals Cells

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Item #: 901-JV66371
  Model #: GALSAPCEL
Brand: Gallopade
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Science Alliance™ Life Science, Plant Cells & Animals Cells
$7.29 Each
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The award-winning Science Alliance series has been applauded for its combination of challenging science and kid-friendly, hands-on activities, experiments - and a science fair project in every book! 2013 Academics' Choice Award for Smart Books and 2013 Book of the Year Award from Creative Child Magazine.
  • Size: 8.5 x 11"
  • 32 Page Paperback
  • Grades 2-7
Christina will introduce your students to plant, animal, and blood cells, the integumentary and lymphatic systems, homeostasis, reproductive and somatic cells and more. The book also includes fun activities such as word searches, fill in the blanks, unscramble words and more. The thought-provoking science fair project objective is what happens to plants when environmental conditions change. Christina examines Plant Cells and Animal Cells is a reproducible, colorful and fun book with hand-on experiments, a science fair project, metric conversions, the scientific method and a glossary. This book covers the exciting careers, many inventors, and actual tools and equipment with a touch of humor. This book is content-rich and activity strong, and intriguing for the student who is science-minded who just can't get enough information about cells! This book meets national standards and perfect for a stand-alone unit or as a textbook supplement.
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School Grade : Multi-Grade Brand : Gallopade Customizable : No
Weight : 0.20 lbs. per Each

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