In this book, “Who Do I Belong To?” children learn to identify
different parts of different animals. They are shown an eye
and given some clues. They can try and figure out who the
eye belongs to. When they turn the page, they will see if they
were right or wrong. This is a great way to identify and learn
some unique facts about each animal!
Author: Lynnda Robinson
Illustrator: Lynnda Robinson
Size: 8.5 x 8.5"
5.0 out of 5 stars A cute story that infuses science, curiosity and context clues and mapping - Shante
What a cute story! I read this story to my daughter, who is 5. It is a perfect age for a kindergartener. In reading this story, we were able to infuse her love of science and animals into reading. She’s always so curious about animals and the clues provided in the story allowed her to map and make connections of her scientific knowledge. Lastly, this is so exciting. Each animal gave us a fresh story and clue which kept us glued in. Five stars!
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun book for learning! - Kindle Customer
I love this book. I love the facts being shared about each animal. My students do animal reports and I would love to use this book as a resource. This book can also be used as an animal guessing game as students use the characteristics to determine the mystery animal. Students K-5 will enjoy this book.
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