By Peggy J. Whitley, Susan W. Goodwin
This 3rd access within the Jumpstarts sequence makes a speciality of technological know-how subject matters for top effortless and heart institution scholars. keeping the ninety nine Jumpstarts layout of the 2 earlier books, ninety nine Jumpstarts for children technology learn is split into ten wide topical sections. each one subject is prepared in alphabetical order below its part. subject matters comprise physique components, power, Animals, Heavens, climate, subject, medication, expertise, setting, and Geology. This pathfinder procedure aides scholars within the study strategy, supporting them outline very important phrases, provide starting inquiries to aid slim their subject, provide resource rules and a few enjoyable actions to discover each one subject. Grades 4-8.
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Check the index by species. Can the Internet Help? org/library/site_sum. html. Explains reproduction in simple terms. html. Understanding genetics and reproduction. VTADA! html. A multimedia representation of the first nine months of development, from conception to birth. ut. htm. A heredity game helps you understand the concepts. usoe. htm May be reproduced for classroom use. From Peggy J. Whitley and Susan Williams Goodwin, 99 Jumpstarts for Kids' Science Research Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited.
2006. 20 I'm Covered Up. s i New Words Epidermis Hair Follicle Melanin Oil Glands Sebaceous Glands Sweat Glands Ultraviolet Rays • What Is Skin All About? The skin is there to prevent the loss of body fluids and to protect the body from harmful chemicals and accidents. It is a part of our body's temperature system, plays a role in keeping us immune from organisms, and (importantly) keeps us all together. The skin is the largest organ of the body, and its cells are continuously replaced as they are lost to normal wear and tear.
Rash? Spot? Itch? Fungus? Yes, our skin may occasionally have a few problems. Learn about the part our skin plays and how we can best take care of it. What Can I Write About? Identify and describe the layers of the skin and their role. Write about the role your skin plays as the largest organ of your body. Write about one or more (compare) skin diseases or skin problems. Discuss sun damage and UV rays. Or write about acne, that plague of teen years. Find out what makes each person's skin different.