No glass cases here! The wonders of earth's animal life come alive in this imaginary, hands-on visit to a museum - an innovative way to introduce the science of natural history!Then, cut them out. Z. Cut out tiny U-shapes on the edges of the tail, neck, legs, and one side of the body, to look like a skeleton. ... Cut two V2aquot; (1 cm) slits in the rib-side of the body and insert the legs so the skeleton stands upright. Now, stand anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Kids' Natural History Book|
|Publisher||:||Williamson Pub - 1999-06-01|