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Time For Kids: Ants! (Time for Kids Science…

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This book was fun facts about Ants. I let my youngest son look through my books and he picked this one out. I let him read it out loud to me and he was fascinated with all the facts about ants. I like the way the book is set up. The illustrations are neat, informative, and help reiterate what the sentences are stating.
This book touches on many aspects of an ants life. It talks about their survival, reproduction, and habitat. It shows pictures of ants making a nest, caring for young, and attacking when provoked.
This book is for young readers and would not be beneficial in a high school Biology class. It would be a good book to use when doing a lecture on ecology, because it shows ants in their habitat and how they use and survive in it. ( )
  JCHolmes | Jan 15, 2013 |
An educational book about ants. They explain how ants live and get food. A good book to read to a class learning about ants. You could also use it as a science book. ( )
  sarahbatte | Dec 2, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0060576405, Paperback)

Large, dramatic photographs of a variety of ants and a brief fact–filled text will fascinate developing readers.

Level 2 includes longer sentences with richer vocabulary, type set line to line to aid readability, varied photographic treatments, and brief chapters with simple illustrated diagrams and a glossary.

Special features include How Big?, Take a Close Look, Did You Know?, Words to Know, Fun Facts and full color photographs, as well as a full page, simply labeled diagram showing body parts.

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Describes how ants work together to find food and build colonies.

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