Highlight science throughout the year—and meet your science standards—with , an introductory book from the Science Foundations series. THREE BRANCHES uses a dictionary format to explore earth, life, and physical sciences, with over two dozen examples of specific disciplines. This interactive book also contains a checklist activity which teaches students how to classify the different fields of science.
THREE BRANCHES is a versatile classroom reference that can be used to introduce themes, review key concepts, build science vocabulary, and create notebook pages.
astronomy, botany, cardiology, dermatology, entomology, forestry, geology, herpetology, ichthyology, Jurassic (paleontology), kinesiology, limnology, meteorology, neurology, ornithology, physics, quantum mechanics, radiology, seismology, thermodynamics, uranium (chemistry), volcanology, wave theory, xenon (aeronomy), YES intern, zoology
Albert Einstein, Barnum Brown, Denton Cooley, Dimitri Mendeleev, Eugenie Clark, Galileo Galilei, George Washington Carver, Jane Goodall, John James Audubon, Leonardo da Vinci, Max Born, Wilhelm Roentgen
Additional Vocabulary Words and Phrases:
aquifer, atom, conservation, electromagnetic, element, energy, epicenter, indicator species, matter, nervous system, trace element, transplant
Sample Pages: Please see the preview to view actual pages from the book.
Technical Info: The file is in PDF format.
BUNDLE AND SAVE: This book is available—at a savings of 25%—in the SCIENCE FOUNDATIONS BUNDLE—which includes all eleven interactive books in the series, PLUS Animal Adaptations as a free bonus.
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