Ants have legs and scurry about. Plants have roots and are stuck in one place. Ants breathe oxygen; plants breathe carbon dioxide. Ants and plants are different, but they have similar needs. In Super Science: Are Ants Like Plants?, readers will find out how these living things get food, grow up, and talk to their friends.
This series presents standards-supporting concepts in relatable, often-humorous ways to engage young readers and provide teachers with fun informational texts to support science curriculums. Maximum information is delivered with minimal text to engage and support early readers.
|Guided Reading Level||O|
|Page Count||24 Pages|
|Trim Size||7. 5 x 10|