7 edition of All About Alligators found in the catalog.
May 1, 2008
by Scholastic Nonfiction
Written in English
|Series||All About Series|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
• Books • Out & About TV • Shopping & Retail • Arts • Sports • Families Virtual Fun Roundup: A virtual trip to aquariums, all about alligators, bubble wrap painting. Tags: virtual. If you can’t find these books, you can use the alligator books that are available to you. Alligator Lapbook Activities: Activity 1: Crocodile and Alligators Use this Venn diagram to show the differences between alligators and crocodiles. Activity 2: Alligator Locations On this world map, color in the two places alligators live in the wild. Make a legend on the map.
A is for Alligator and Cr for Crocodile. What better way to introduce the letter A or the cr consonant blend to your preschoolers than with some alligator and crocodile books and rhymes. Alligator Rhymes and Felt Story Old Mr. Alligator by Jolanda Garcia, KidsSoup, Inc. Old Mr. Alligator looking all around. Old Mr. Alligator doesn't make a sound. An alligator builds a nest of soil and lays more than 30 egg s. Only 15 eggs will hatch, and only 6 alligator babies will live to be a year old. The raccoon is one animal that eats alligator eggs and alligator babies. Young alligators eat insects and small fish. Older alligators eat snakes, turtles, birds and other small animals.
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This book is all about alligators. Alligators are reptiles and reptiles are cold-blooded animals. This means that these animals control their body temperature by moving to a warmer or cooler place.
Alligators have very powerful jaws and hunt for other animals. They spend half of their time in the water and can live in many different bodies of /5. Part of a major reprinting of renowned naturalist Jim Arnosky's beloved All About series, All About Alligators is a thorough and colorful introduction to the world of alligators.
In Spr Scholastic Nonfiction is relaunching Arnosky's treasured All About series with all-new paperback covers!/5(5). This is an educational series; they are not storybooks. “All About Alligators” introduces your child to this amazing animal with facts such as “Alligators generally only live in North America and in Asia.” and “Alligators have 5 webbed toes on their front feet and 4 on their back feet.” and many : L.E.
Arning. All about Alligators by Jim Arnosky. An engaging science book for young children ably manages to give all the basic facts read more. An engaging science book for young children ably manages to give all the basic facts about this most fascinating of reptiles without making its.
A great little book about alligators. The language is geared towards third graders but with a little explanation this works well for smaller kids as well. It gives an opportunity to talk about very interesting aspects about alligators such as their life cycle as well as Reviews: 5.
Alligator Resources for Kids and Teachers. All About Alligators-- A coloring book for young people that tells all about alligators and how to live safely around them. Alligator Activity Book -- Fun facts, puzzles and games about Florida's State Reptile.
Adult alligators dig holes or take care of holes that hold water year-round. Other fish and wildlife use gator holes during times of drought.
A female alligator can be fiercely protective of her nest, eggs and young. She is never far from her hatchlings. Title: All About Alligators coloring book.
American alligators once faced extinction. The United States Fish and Wildlife Service placed them on the endangered species list in Fortunately, the legal protection worked. Just 20 years later, American alligators were taken off the list.
Brought back from the brink of extinction, over a million of these reptiles survive today. From alligators all around to zippity zound, from entertaining elephants to throwing tantrums, the antics of these alligators have made reciting the alphabet fun for over fifty years. Now in a larger, 5 x 7 trim size, Alligators All Around will continue to make children giggle while learning their ABCs.
A great little book about alligators. The language is geared towards third graders but with a little explanation this works well for smaller kids as well. It gives an opportunity to talk about very interesting aspects about alligators such as their life cycle as well as various adaptations that they possess.
Alligators are native to only the United States and China. American alligators are found in the southeast United States: all of Florida and Louisiana; the southern parts of Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi; coastal South and North Carolina; East Texas, the southeast corner of Oklahoma, and the southern tip of ing to the Scholastic Book of World Records, Louisiana has the.
Alligators are reptiles and are closely related to dinosaurs and birds; they are all diapsids, and all have two opening on each side of the skull. Alligators are also Archosaurs (which have a single skull opening in front of the eyes), like the birds, dinosaurs, pterosaurs, and crocodiles.
Alligators belong to the family Crocodilia, which. - All About Alligators a non-fiction book for beginning readers. Includes full page color/BW versions plus a half page BW fold and staple version. Get this from a library. All about alligators. [Jim Arnosky] -- " brings the fascinating world of alligators to life.
You will feel as if you are standing on the edge of a swamp--staring right into an alligator's eyes.". This book describes the characteristics, habitat, and life cycle of the alligator. Teachers. Teachers Home Lessons and Ideas All About Alligators.
By Jim Arnosky, Jim Arnosky. Grades. PreK-K,Q. Genre. Non-Fiction Thorough and informative text is accompanied by colorful and accurate drawings of the alligator in its habitat.
Title: All About Alligators (All About Series) Author Name: Arnosky, Jim Categories: Animals, Publisher: Scholastic: May ISBN Number: ISBN Number Binding: Trade Paperback Book Condition: Used - Good Seller ID: Lisa Moore's wickedly fresh first novel, a Canadian best seller, winner of the Commonwealth Writers Prize (Canadian and Caribbean region), and a Globe and Mail Book of the Year moves with the swiftness of an alligator in attack mode through the lives of a group of brilliantly rendered characters mingling in contemporary St.
John's, Newfoundland/5(). All About Alligators and Crocodiles, A Kids Introduction to Crocs and Gators - Fun Facts & Pictures About the Worlds Largest Reptiles.
book. Read 3 revie /5(3). His book, There’s an Alligator Under My Bed, seems to have brought out the ham in this writer. When I was a kid I loved stories about animals: Bambi, My Friend Flicka, The Black Stallion, all the James Herriot books. Coupons & Deals Book Annex Buy 1, Get 1 50% Off: Books for All Ages Bestsellers 30% Off Customer Favorites New Releases Coming Soon Boxed Sets Signed Books Books by Author Book Awards Celebrity Book Clubs & More Read Before You Stream Best Books of the Year B&N Classics B&N Collectible Editions B&N Exclusives Large Print Books Audiobooks.
All about alligators by Jim Arnosky,Scholastic edition.Crocodiles, alligators, caimans, and gharials all belong to a group of reptiles called crocodilians. They are powerful predators with long snouts and big, side-flattened tails. The scales on their skin are especially thick and many are reinforced with bony plates.All About American Alligators Author: Kayla Tanaka Illustrator: Kayla Tanaka, Delainey Galvan, and McKinley Galvan A American Alligators live in south.