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1248 "Z" is for Zebra Lapbook

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What is black and white striped, lives in Africa, and looks like a horse?  A Zebra!  There is much more to a zebra than just its stripes-let’s find out with the Z is for Zebra Project Pack from In the Hands of a Child!  This 51-page pack includes a 6-page Research Guide and 15 hands-on activities to help your PreK-2 grade student complete a lapbook on the striped mammal-the Zebra!  Guide and activities include information about the types of zebras, anatomy, range and habitat, diet, social behavior, life cycle, and predators.

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November 2nd, 2009
My almost 6yod loved this lapbook. She loves just about any lapbook from Hands of a Child though! She enjoyed making the mask and pretending to be a zebra, as well as just learning all about their habitats, the different types of zebras, what they eat, [...]
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November 1st, 2009
I did this unit with my gifted 5yo and found it easy to adapt to his advanced level, as well as holding his interest at his maturity level. It was easy to follow, and led us to spin-off studies about predators, and about weights and measures. M [...]
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October 26th, 2009
This lapbook was not what I was expecting. While a good product for older kids, I was expecting an "ABC" type lapbook to use with a preschooler learning the alphabet. There were things in here that I didn't know, and I was an honors student [...]
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51
Publisher Stock #
HOCPP1248
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4.86 MB
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Original electronic
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File Last Updated:
November 29, 2008
This title was added to our catalog on November 29, 2008.