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A is for Aquatic, from the Fishing ABCs Coloring Book. Created by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Number of Downloads: 2996  | Created on: 03/19/2010 hot icon
Read through the information to think about how to diagram food webs. From The Critical Thinking Co.'s Science Detective® Beginning. Work on standards-based science while developing reading and critical thinking skills.
Number of Downloads: 7508  | Created on: 03/08/2010 hot icon
Writing prompt gets kids thinking about why we have seasons. Even though the days start getting longer again after the winter solstice, the temperatures around us continue to get colder. Why do you think this happens?
Number of Downloads: 4286  | Created on: 12/22/2009 hot icon
Circle the items that are recyclable. Provided by Simon and Schuster Resources where you can find Little Green Books books.
Number of Downloads: 14894  | Created on: 10/28/2009 hot icon
Use this Earth Day-themed color by numbers sheet to practice learning numbers and colors.
Number of Downloads: 54448  | Created on: 03/16/2009 hot icon

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