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Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students K-12

Booklists: Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students

From “The Mighty Mars Rovers” to “Forensic Identification” and “The Scoop on Animal Poop,” the National Science Teachers Association and Children’s Book Council name 2013’s Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students, K-12.

From “The Mighty Mars Rovers” to “Forensic Identification” and “The Scoop on Animal Poop,” the National Science Teachers Association and Children’s Book Council name Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students,

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ScienceNews for Students

“What we often call maple seeds are really the fruit produced by a maple tree. These winged fruits are known as samaras….Samaras are fascinating fruits because of their unique shape and their ability to fly through the sky like helicopters.” (NSTA Kids, p. 9) - Emily Morgan

“When you look up at a mature maple tree, it is astonishing to think that tree was once a tiny embryo that fit inside a feathery, winged samara. Have you ever wondered how a small see becomes a towering tree?” (NSTA Kids, p.

NSTA Science Store: Product Detail

NSTA Science Store :: Uncovering Student Ideas in Science, Volume Another 25 Formative Assessment Probes :: NSTA Press Book

Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students K-12: 2016

Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students 2016

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