Why is a giraffe’s neck so tall? Why do zebras have stripes? Did all of these things happen
by accident? When John and Sarah visit the zoo, they ask these questions and many more. Their parents and the zookeepers keep using the word design, but what does that mean? With its relevant message and exciting presentation, this is the perfect book to help introduce children to intelligent design. Come find out in Amazing Animals by Design by Debra Haagen!
Why do yucca plants need yucca moths? What kind of plant can eat a bug? When John and Sarah go on a nature walk with Grandma, they learn that plants - just like animals - have design and purpose. With its relevant message and beautiful watercolor illustrations, this is an excellent resource to introduce children to intelligent design. Come find out in Amazing Plants by Design by Debra Haagen! Illustrations by Sheri McKeon.
Are you afraid of things that go bump in the night? The Haagen children confronted their fears in this true story of a bat invading Aunt Jane's cabin! What would they do? Would it bite? Would it land on their heads? Could anyone save them? Find out in The Bat in the Cabin by Debra Haagen!
If a man is walking through the woods and finds a perfectly-functioning pocket watch lying on a stump, does he assume that the random forces of nature placed all of the parts together in exactly the right places to form a sophisticated time-piece, or does he assume that a clock-maker has passed that way before?
Use these study guides to accompany the beloved Little House series by Laura Ingalls Wilder.
Use these study guides to accompany the historical fiction American Girl books.
They may be spooky, creepy, and mysterious, but surprisingly, they hardly ever go "bump" in the night! In fact, they could be helping you more than you know. Separate the fact from the myth about these fascinating creatures in Bats, Bats, Bats! by Debra Haagen!
From Easter baskets and bunny rabbits to empty tombs and crosses on a hill, what do all the symbols mean? Is Easter a religious observance or a pagan festival? Where did the name "Easter" even originate? Use this mini-study guide to launch your own study of the origins of all the symbols children have loved for decades.
This two lapbook package is customized specifically to be used with Dr. Jay Wile’s Science in the Beginning textbook.