Series Title: Reading Rainbow
This book includes general information, jokes and descriptions of the physical characteristics, habits, and natural environment of a variety of common insects.
With the assistance of an entomologist, LeVar discovers the uniqueness of a wide variety of bugs and insects at the Cincinnati Zoo's Insect World. Viewers take a trip to mountains in Mexico to find out where monarch butterflies go when they migrate for the winter.
A CD-ROM and Family Literacy Kit are also avaialble for this episode.
Author: Nancy Winslow Parker and Joan Richards Wright
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Use this episode to further enhance your curriculum.
Science Concepts: population, census, estimation, averaging, sampling, classification.
Math Concepts: sorting, classification, nuber sense, symmetry, patterns, counting.
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Ideal for Grades: K -4
Duration: 30 minutes
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