SPLASHING FISH, SINGING WHALES & RAINFOREST TRAILS: The Wonder of Nature in Our World
Third graders use the internet to explore nature in everyday experiences, listen to the rhythm of nature sounds, examine photographs, painting and sculpture with nature themes, and create an audiotape.
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