Grades 3 - 5
Grade level Equivalent: 4.7
Lexile Measure®: 980L
Guided Reading: N
- General Nonfiction
- Life Cycles
- Foxes and Wolves
- Animal Structure and Movement
- Animal Survival and Adaptation
- Wild Animals
About This Book
This intriguing series takes readers up close and inside some of the scariest creatures ever with amazing "X-ray" pages that reveal the internal skeleton of each creature when held up to the light. Colorful illustrations "call out" each creature's unique features, and "Did You Know" questions introduce fascinating facts and explode common myths.
Get an inside look (literally) at one of the scariest creatures in the forest. Special X-ray pages will captivate young readers as they get an inside and up close view of the skeleton and internal organs of a wolf. Readers will enjoy beautiful illustrations and full-color photographs while discovering basic facts about wolves, such as how wolves communicate and what they eat. Includes a fun world map of where wolf species can be found.
— Includes glossary and index
— Special X-ray pages let readers get an "inside" look at a wolf's anatomy
— Includes fun fact boxes.
— High interest topic for young readers
— Includes a fun world map of where wolf species can be found.
— Grade K-4 Science
— Life Science
— The characteristics of organisms
— Organisms have basic needs
— Each plant or animal has different structures that serve different functions in growth, survival, and reproduction
— Life cycles of organisms
— Plants and animals have life cycles that include being born, developing into adults, reproducing, and eventually dying.
— Organisms and environments
— An organism's patterns of behavior are related to the nature of that organism's environment.