Ranger Rick’s Trees are Terrific! is a creative, activities-centered educational book dedicated to inspiring in children an understanding and appreciation of the natural world, while developing the skills they will need to make responsible decisions about the environment.
Come find out how a garden grows, as an amazing cycle unfolds in a backyard pumpkin patch. From seed to ripened fruit this book has stunning photos of what it’s like to be in the garden as a pumpkin patch comes to life. This story is complete with a “How to Grow a Pumpkin” page on the last page of the book. Great book for the fall school year.
Based off the video “Pumpkin Circle”. Check it out at: www.pumpkincircle.com
This book is available in Spanish. Please indicate in the comment section at check out if you would like the book in Spanish.
In the short book “Milk to Ice Cream” readers follow Mark and his dad as they make homemade ice cream. With pictures for every step you can make your own ice cream! Vocabulary words in this book include: cream, freezer, ice cream, mixture, stirs, and vanilla.
Foods & Nutrition
| Type: Book | Age: K - 1st
This educational and enjoyable book helps children understand how to plant bulbs, seeds, and seedlings, and nurture their growth. The stylized representations of flower species are labeled throughout, allowing young children to get an idea of how each flower type contributes to the rainbow effect.
Foods & Nutrition, Gardening, Plants
| Type: Book | Age: K - 2nd
This publication is a colorful, illustrated booklet that gives the basics of Oregon forests including the common forest types like Douglas-fir and juniper woodlands, wildlife, ownership and management practices, laws, salmon protection, fire risks, wood processing and uses, and careers.
Make plantable greeting cards… use peanut butter, chocolate chips, and cereal to learn about soil aggregates… find out how plants clean water… create your own ethnic vegetable garden…. and more. Students can become a certified Junior Master Gardener by completing all eight subject units in Level 1.