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This addition to the Shine-a-Light series features hidden woodland animals that readers can see by holding a flashlight to the pages. Brown describes the habitat and animals that live there using a gentle question-and-answer format: "The lake is frozen, but something is moving under the ice. Can you see anything?" When readers turn the page, they see the b&w image that was revealed by shining the light ("Most fish lie near the bottom of the lake. The water is warmer here").  Gr. K-2

This addition to the Shine-a-Light series features hidden woodland animals that readers can see by holding a flashlight to the pages. Brown describes the habitat and animals that live there using a gentle question-and-answer format: "The lake is frozen, but something is moving under the ice. Can you see anything?" When readers turn the page, they see the b&w image that was revealed by shining the light ("Most fish lie near the bottom of the lake. The water is warmer here"). Gr. K-2

Animals in winter - hibernation, migration, hibernate, migrate, adaptation, adapt, animal behavior

Animals in winter - hibernation, migration, hibernate, migrate, adaptation, adapt, animal behavior

Here's a large set of pictures of animals and their homes. Good for sorting, in a center activity, or on an anchor chart or bulletin board.

Here's a large set of pictures of animals and their homes. Good for sorting, in a center activity, or on an anchor chart or bulletin board.

FICTION:Suzy Ducken and her friend, Emily Marmot, love autumn because they like to jump into piles of dry leaves. But the leaves aren't falling from the trees, so the two girls try everything they can think of to encourage the leaves to fall.

FICTION:Suzy Ducken and her friend, Emily Marmot, love autumn because they like to jump into piles of dry leaves. But the leaves aren't falling from the trees, so the two girls try everything they can think of to encourage the leaves to fall.

Mouse feels sad because his best friend Bear is getting ready to go to bed for the winter.

Mouse feels sad because his best friend Bear is getting ready to go to bed for the winter.

What Do Critters Do in the Winter? (My Science Library) by Julie K. Lundgren http://www.amazon.com/dp/1617419486/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_P04Uwb00KDAYP

What Do Critters Do in the Winter? (My Science Library) by Julie K. Lundgren http://www.amazon.com/dp/1617419486/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_P04Uwb00KDAYP

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