All Year Round
All Year Round offers the young scientist a lively introduction to the changing world of nature throughout the year. With easy-to-make projects, he or she will plant herbs and sunflowers, build an animal shelter, and make a mini-museum. By the end of the book, the young scientist will have gained a better understanding of plant and animal life through the seasons.
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ASK AN ADULT berries are poisonous Buddleia Butterflies and moths called estivation Caribou chlorophyll clip frame cold collection colored paper compost countryside croak dry place Evergreen trees fall feeding tubes flavor flight feathers flowers fly south frogs fruit geese fly glue green color Herb garden herbal teas hummingbird hyacinth bulb insects journeys to find Keeping records leaf skeleton Learn leaves lie dormant listen carefully little food long journeys long sleep called long tongue Looking for food migrating birds minimuseum natural things nature diary nectar numbers Paint pine needles plants and animals plants grow Potatoes pots prickly rain round salad season shelter shiny shoots sleep called hibernation sleep is called smell soil sounds spend the winter starts to grow sticks summer sleep sunflower seed thermometer things you spot toothpicks treating illnesses tubers wait warm spring weather weather is right Wild berries window box wing