What Do Living Things Look Like? is an exceptional resource targeted towards lower primary years, Foundation - Year 2, and is part of the Discovering Science range developed to support classroom learning. This excellent book explores the features of flora and fauna, allowing young learners to learn the characteristics of each. It explores the body, head, fin, flippers, wings, legs or tails that animals often have, and explores why a plants design includes stems, leaves and roots.
Students can engage with biology as they explore the pages filled with exciting facts, detailed photographs and information.
Recommended for ages four and over.
Book size: 245 x 195 x 2mm
Written by: Troy Potter