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Discovering Science Through Inquiry Inquiry Handbook Living Organisms

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  • Book ID : 9781433314520
  • Publisher : Teacher Created Materials
  • Pages : 144
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The Living Organisms Inquiry Handbook is designed to guide students through exploration of scientific concepts and features background information for each topic, hands-on activities, experiments, and science journal pages. The various student activities and experiments are inquiry based, student focused, and directly related to the focus of lessons provided in the corresponding kit (kit not included).

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