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Sunflower (Life Cycles)

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This Springboard into Science Series shows young children that every living thing goes through a cycle of development and growth that is unique to its species. Life Cycles introduces young readers to the fascinating series of life changes for plants and animals as familiar as green beans and chickens and as elusive as hummingbirds and jumping spiders. Full-color, close-up ...more
Paperback, 16 pages
Published October 1st 1999 by Creative Teaching Pr (first published 1999)
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science subliminal for the classroom
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As a child, I was filled with a sense of awe as I contemplated the universe. The huge numbers of stars and their sizes and distances never failed to amaze me. With binoculars and magnifying glass, I also focused on closer subjects like birds, flowers, frogs and bugs.

But science and math weren't my only fascinations: I also loved bicycles, baseball, boats…and ice cream. Years later, on a clear spr
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