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If one species is in trouble,they all are—including our own. Since species interact with each other for survival,we can't afford to lose many more of the 30 million life forms here on Earth. Kids need to know that—whether it's a spiny cactus,a cute panda,a graceful condor,or a slimy snail—all endangered species of plant,animal,bird,fish,and insect deserve our respect and need our attention. Through essays and activities,illustrations and discussion questions,nature walks and writing exercises,puzzles,games,crafts,and more,students in grades K-8 will learn about the process of extinction. . . which species are in trouble and why. . . and how people play a part,both in the destruction and preservation of natural habitats and the life forms within them. Ranger Rick's NatureScope© is a creative,activities-centered education series dedicated to inspiring in children an understanding and appreciation of the natural world,while developing the skills theywill need to make responsible decisions about the environment. Teachers,parents,scout leaders,camp counselors,and anyone else committed to sharing nature with kids will want to collect all the volumes of these award-winning nature guides,filled with kid-pleasing indoor and outdoor activities. Each book includes: Reproducible "Copycat Pages," with games,puzzles,pictures to color,and more Ready-to-use activities,including arts and crafts,creative writing,science experiments,songs,games,and curriculum tie-ins. . . with complete materials lists and step-by-step instructions; Essays and case studies from leading scientists for group discussion; Expanded glossaries and bibliographies.