Animals 2 x 2

Land and Water Snails

Reading Rainbow: Is This A House For Hermit Crab?
E REA
1 VHS videocassette 30 minutes, 4 hardback books, 1 teachers guide.
Explores animal habitats. Book titles: Busy, Busy Squirrels; Is This A House For Hermit Crab?; Spider's Web; Urban Roosts.

Marine Seashells
592 MAR
Collection of shells representing different gastropod and pelecypod families. Labeled. Titles: Olive Shell; Miter Shell; Nerite; Limpet; Bubble Shell; Hairy Triton; Turritella Shell; Sundial; Abalone; Augar Shell; Vase Shell; Lucine; Giant Clam; Scallop; Tellin; Cockle. One seashell model.

Mollusk Shells
592 MOL
Displays the five different classes of mollusks. Labeled. One mollusk shells model.

Big and Little Worms:

Slither and Slime : and Other Yucky Things
590 SLI
1 VHS videocassette, 92 minutes (Each episode is 23 min.)
Summary :  Young presenters explore sewers and the garbage in search of creepy -- leeches, cockroaches, and honey bees -- and slimy animals -- slugs, worms, octopus, frogs and roaches.
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Earthworm Dissection Model
592 EAR
1 model, 1 transparency, 1 teachers guide notebook.
A whole body earthworm model that shows internal and external anatomy.
 
Pillbugs and Sowbugs 

Pillbugs
595.3 PIL
Pill Project: a guide to investigation.  Includes a book with ideas for exploration.

General

Life Habitats: What's in your Backyard?
574.5
1 VHS videocassette 12 minutes
Looks at animal habitats that we often overlook in our own neighborhood.

Hands-On Science Library: Animals
597 HAN
Collection of books to enhance the ANIMALS 2x2 Hands-On Science kit. 25 hardback books, 1 paperback book .

Awesome Animal Builders
591.5 AWE
1 videocassette 46 minutes: sd., col. ; 1/2 in. K-5
See how animals build themselves shelters, nests and other habitations. Animals are able to carry out these construction projects with their teeth, claws, or whatever they have available

Bug City: House and Backyard Insects
595 BUG
1 VHS videocassette 23 minutes, 1 teachers guide.
Examines life cycles, habits, behaviors, and classifications of insects found in our homes and yards. Discusses characteristics of spiders, fleas, mites, termites, cockroaches, snails, slugs, earthworms, bees, moths, aphids, and more, and how they affect humans. Includes techniques used to collect small insects for study. Closed Captioned.

 

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