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"Observations of events in the natural environment around us lead to the understanding of scientific principles of food chains, moon phases, day and night by Earth's rotation on its axis and seasons by Earth's revolution around the sun." Includes related activitiesProvided by the publisher. This book, which addresses National Science Standards, is nonfiction science for ages 3-10 years.
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|Publisher:||Art Party Press|
|Product dimensions:||8.30(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.20(d)|
About the Author
Ruby Haydock DeLoach - Ed. D. in Curriculum & Instruction, University of South Carolina, served with a committee of teachers at the South Carolina Department of Education to develop testing for science skills. She used her Early Childhood and Elementary Experiences to write Earth Turns on Its Axis and..., first release by The Art Party Press. Art was inspired by landscapes, wild flowers, garden flowers and critters that inhabit her yard beside Lake Murray in Chapin, SC. She established The Art Party Studio & Gallery in 2007. Passionate feelings direct her brush in oil, watercolor and acrylic mediums.