Ants breathe oxygen, have legs, and scurry about. Plants breathe carbon dioxide, have roots, and are stuck in one place. Ants and plants are different, but they have similar needs. Find out how these living things get food, grow up, and talk to their friends.
This nonfiction book supports NGSS standards and explores plants and animals, comparing and contrasting how they meet the basic needs of food, water, and a place to live—part of the Súper ciencias series.
Fun Children's Book Features:
- This Spanish science book includes a glossary, index, comprehension questions, and a reading activity to encourage further learning and reading comprehension skills.
- 24 pages with vibrant photographs
- Guided reading level O
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