The seven foods are: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, and violet.
Each of the food helps the children grow at a different rate.
Every plant has leaves that help them undergo photosynthesis is order to survive.
Within the leaves there are cells, and within the cells there are chloroplasts and within those chloroplast, there are chlorophyll.
Chloroplasts absorb sunlight and combine with water and carbon dioxide gas to produce food for the plant.
Chloroplast are green because they absorb every color except green.
This is a story of an electron, traveling down multiple organelles to complete the tasks of cellular respiration and photosynthesis. The book is for…
Collection Children's Biology Books | MagCloud
This is a collection of books designed for children. With easy-to-understand language and drawing, the books teach youngsters important biology concepts such as evolution, cellular respiration, and photosynthesis.
Science Fun: Bilingual Books for Kids | Colorín Colorado
Last summer, my children and their cousins made a special gift book for my mother’s 70th birthday. The adults bought some gift cards to her favorite shopping spots and restaurants. We assigned a gift card to each of her 11 grandchildren and asked the kids to write a story that connected to the gift card in some way.
Science Fun: Bilingual Books for Kids
Start making books with your kids today, and soon they’ll collect a whole personalized library of self-written stories to treasure for years to come. As your collection grows, you can compare how story ideas, styles and depth change as your child grows older.
The Adventures of Photosynthesis
What do you think? Have you and your children written any stories and turned them into books? Let me know in the comments below. I’d love to hear the wonderful tales you have to tell and see a picture of your book!