Insects (Level A) - Paperback
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Insects (Level A) - Paperback

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    978-1-68404-360-6

Language Arts Correlations Teachers' Notes 

Do you know that more than a million kinds of insects live on earth? Learn about the many differences and similarities between insects and how you can identify them through real world science. Use what you learn to solve a puzzle and discover what makes an insect an insect! Includes a note to caregivers, a glossary, a discover activity, and career connections, as well as connections to science history.

About the series:

The revised and updated iScience series focuses on a fresh and fun approach to scientific inquiry. Each book offers connections to science in the real world through an iScience puzzle and discover activity. Through exploration and application, readers will strengthen their critical thinking skills, while also making history and career connections. Level A of this series offers simpler text along with problem-solving activities and aligns to grade appropriate Next Generation Science Standards.  

  • Fountas & Pinnell Level
    O
  • Accelerated Reader Level Range
    3.0-3.9
  • Dewey Number Range
    500-599
  • Binding
    Paperback
  • Series
    iScience
  • Copyright
    2020
  • Fiction/Non-Fiction
    Non-Fiction
  • Dewey Number
    595
  • Grade Level
    K-2
  • Subject
    Life science
  • Accelerated Reader Level
    3
  • Lexile
    370L
  • Author
    Emily Sohn, Karen Rothbardt

The book starts with a puzzle involving insects and ends with its solution. The book is clearly written and illustrated to explain the topic and grabs the interest of the reader. Experiments are included with step-by-step instructions and an explanation of what is shown by the experiment. Glossay, index, and list of other sources are included. This could be used by a teacher to enhance curriculum or as a good resource for students preparing reports.

Book Buzz


Children are born curious, and figuring out the world around them is important for their growth. Few things escape their attention. They love puzzles and hands-on activities. Parents and teachers can build on these natural characteristics to help children develop a fundamental understanding of science.



This book is part of a series of science readers. The authors present important science concepts in a fun and interesting format. They make an important point in their advice to parents and teachers: “Most importantly, encourage answers grounded in reality while also allowing imagination to soar.”



The book is filled with color photographs, including those of young children enjoying learning and helpful diagrams. It includes a science puzzle and discovery activity, sources for additional information, and a brief index. The text asks many questions that the reader is encouraged to answer. Examples include: "Do you change like a grasshopper as you age?" and "When you grow, will you look the same, only bigger?"



This book presents useful science concepts and is interesting for young readers, with clear, informative text. Any difficult words are defined in a useful glossary. The book is the right size for young hands and appears to be very durable.

National Science Teachers Association



This series of iScience readers for the elementary grades offers clear descriptions of key scientific concepts and also discusses the usefulness of the scientific method in finding answers to questions. Each title gives readers activities to follow, puzzles to solve, and questions to answer using the information found in texts.

PSLA's Top Ten or so Nonfiction Titles 2011