24277 explorers

24277 explorers

24277 explorers
... the following passage and fill in the missing words Use the word in the ship to help you Before explorers went out on their -, they listened to the stories of many other Some travelers...
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Science Explorers Materials - Wool

Science Explorers Materials - Wool
... writing from the publisher e-ISBN 1-5 901 9-8 5 7-3 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data is available ISBN 0-7 13 6-5 34 8-5 Exploring the science of everyday materials Nicola Edwards and ... colouring pen damp wool 16 describing wool 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 felt 20, 21 reghters’ uniforms 21 knitting 9, 23 recycling wool 23 rough wool 10 sheep 4, 5, soft wool 11 stretching wool 12, 13, ... threads of wool Let’s try pulling the raw wool It’s stretchy, too It’s also quite strong I have to pull hard to pull it apart 14 Woollen clothes keep us warm The tiny hairs in the wool help stop...
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Science Explorers Materials - Glass

Science Explorers Materials - Glass
... writing from the publisher e-ISBN 1-5 901 9-8 6 3-8 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data is available ISBN 0-7 13 6-5 06 6-4 Exploring the science of everyday materials Nicola Edwards and ... by Julian Cornish-Trestrail Glass is made in a factory Lots of things are made of glass We’ve collected all these! Windows are made of glass, too! This special, tough piece of glass is like a ... this building are made of glass The glass lets a lot of light through Mirrors are made of glass, too I’ve found a glass marble It feels round and smooth and cool This at glass feels smooth and...
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Science Explorers Materials - Wood

Science Explorers Materials - Wood
... writing from the publisher e-ISBN 1-5 901 9-8 5 8-1 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data is available ISBN 0-7 13 6-5 06 5-6 Exploring the science of everyday materials Nicola Edwards and ... 2/3, 12/13 Wood is one of our most valuable natural resources There are two main types of wood, hardwoods (e.g oak and elm) and softwoods (e.g pine and larch) Hardwoods come from broad-leaved trees ... wonder if my other wooden toys will oat Let’s try them out 15 These wooden bricks have got wet The water has soaked into the wood The wood looks like it‛s changed colour 16 These wooden bricks have...
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Science Explorers Materials - Paper

Science Explorers Materials - Paper
... writing from the publisher e-ISBN 1-5 901 9-8 59-X Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data is available ISBN 0-7 13 6-5 06 7-2 Exploring the science of everyday materials Nicola Edwards and ... which both types of paper allow light through them How many different types of paper (such as tissue paper, card, blotting paper, kitchen paper, newspaper, writing paper, lter paper) can the children ... cutting paper describing paper 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13 drawing on paper 10 folding paper 7, 13, 14, 15 greaseproof paper 20, 21 paper boats 14, 15 Why the children think umbrellas aren’t made of paper, ...
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Science Explorers Materials - Water

Science Explorers Materials - Water
... writing from the publisher e-ISBN 1-5 901 9-8 62-X Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data is available ISBN 0-7 13 6-5 34 7-7 Exploring the science of everyday materials Nicola Edwards and ... the water 21 These clothes are dirty We’re going to wash them with water and detergent 22 Is it easier to wash clothes in warm water than in cold water? My water s warmer than yours My T-shirt ... Photographs by Julian Cornish-Trestrail Water is all around us! Most of the water we use comes from rivers Rain makes rivers ow I’m watering this plant If I don’t, it will die Water has to be cleared...
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Discoverers and Explorers doc

Discoverers and Explorers doc
... commander, refused to let him land He therefore put off to sea, and was never heard of again Balboa then took command of the men and began immediately to explore the country Discoverers and Explorers, ... very long and without any opening, and he sailed on and on as far as Maryland, taking possession of the land for England At places along this shore were seen Indians, clad in skins and furs of ... in front of them This land proved to be the South Georgia Islands, and was a wretched and forlorn country composed of rocks and glaciers, and entirely deserted For a day and a half they sailed...
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Science Explorers : METAL pdf

Science Explorers : METAL pdf
... words and ideas in this book bendy metals describing metal 6, 7, heating metal 5, 12, 13 iron 14 magnetic objects 14, 15 metal spring moulding metal 10 Most metals are solid and hard at room temperature ... are heated to make the metal melt When the metal cools, it turns into a solid block There are many different types of metal Very strong metals This metal are used to make bridges, climbing frame ... cranes is solid and sturdy Some metals are light and bendy I‛ve bent this wire into star shapes I can‛t bend this metal My metal must be bendier than yours This metal saucepan is shiny and heavy...
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madagascar country explorers

madagascar country explorers
... Cataloging-in-Publication Data Oluonye, Mary N Madagascar / by Mary N Oluonye p cm — (Country explorers) Includes index ISBN 978–1–58013–601–3 (lib bdg : alk paper) � Madagascar Juvenile literature I Title ... Madagascar s most famous animals! 47 WEBSITES Madagascar – EnchantedLearning.com http://www.enchantedlearning.com/ africa /madagascar/ This page includes several maps and lots of facts about Madagascar ... A Tour of Madagascar for Kids http://www.wildmadagascar.org/kids/ This site has bright photos and tons of information on Madagascar s wildlife, history, economy, and more Windows on Madagascar...
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underwater explorers

underwater explorers
... beneath the water But the underwater environment is very hard to explore In this book, you will learn how humans have met the challenges of exploring the Earth’s oceans Underwater Exploration About ... space than we about the world beneath the seas The main reason underwater exploration is so difficult is that people can’t breathe underwater Another problem is the great pressure of the water ... formed from the first letters in self-contained underwater breathing apparatus The scuba equipment shown here helps divers move, breathe, and stay warm underwater goggles snorkel buoyancy control...
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