You can help kids learn more about the wonders of Missouri without adding to your curriculum. Missouri A to Z helps you substitute local plant and animals examples when teaching about food chains, classification and habitats.
This 32 page reproducible booklet includes 11 state symbols and full-page illustrations of a symbol, plant or animal for each letter of the alphabet. All plant and animal illustrations are coded by their habitat with cattails representing wetland species, a tree for forests and a coneflower for prairie. Fun facts are provided for each item.
This is not a "how to teach about habitat" booklet. It is designed to provide Missouri examples you can use. Illustrations include birds, trees, wildflowers, reptiles, etc.
Sample fun facts for the Hadrosaur: No one knows what color dinosaurs were. Missouri’s dinosaur was a plant eater. It might have had stripes or spots on its skin to help it hide from other animals.