What do you know about life cycles?, / Anna Claybourne
The work What do you know about life cycles?, / Anna Claybourne represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Wilmington Memorial Library.

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  • 2
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  • What do you know about life cycles?, / Anna Claybourne
Main title
  • What do you know about life cycles?
Responsibility statement
  • / Anna Claybourne
Variant title
  • Life cycles
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • "Every living thing goes through a life cycle, but each species has its own unique steps in the circle of life. This interactive book gives readers a hands-on learning experience through engaging experiments. They'll learn about life cycles and develop essential Next Generation Science Standards skills, such as asking testable questions, as they complete each project. The scientific method is made easy and accessible as readers complete a succession of boxes that prompt them to Ask, Test, Observe, and Measure. Helpful hints and materials lists ensure readers will complete projects with ease. Fun photographs, fast fact boxes, and 'What's Next?' sections keep readers immersed in the flow of knowledge."-- From publisher's website
Bibliography note
  • Includes bibliographical references (page 31) and index
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  • illustrations
Index
  • index present
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  • 4-8
Literary form
  • non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
OCLC Number
  • 1032830319
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  • 5
Series statement
  • Test your science skills
Table of contents
  • What is a life cycle? -- Science of life cycles -- Working scientifically -- From seed to seed -- Eggs and babies -- Metamorphosis -- Finding a mate -- Dividing bacteria -- Budding yeast -- Spreading out -- Generations -- Life cycle math -- Hitching a ride -- Reading your results
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  • juvenile
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