Die Reihe "EYEWITNESS" bedeutet "Wissen mit LINKS“ und steckt randvoll mit detailliertem Wissen zu beliebten Schülerthemen. Sie bietet eine einzigartige Kombination aus fantastisch bebilderten Sachbüchern und bucheigener Website.
Auf dieser Seite möchten wir Ihnen Serien vorstellen, die LESEN+WISSEN miteinander verbinden und wunderbar unterrichtsbegleitend eingesetzt werden können.
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3-teiliges Set // Some deserts are hot, and some deserts are cold. There is not much water in deserts, and it is difficult for animals to live in them // Short sentences contain a maximum of two clauses, using the present tense and some simple adjectives.
4 Wissens- und Experimentierbücher // The perfect companion for children eager to understand the world outside, Nature Explorers Box Set contains four fantastic first books on Birds, Weather, Woodland and Forest and the Seashore // Gleich 4 Bücher rund um das Thema NATUR // Kleine Experimente können zu Hause oder in der Natur durchgeführt werden. Die Basteleien und Aktivitäten aus den Naturführern helfen dabei, unterschiedlichstes Sachwissen zu verinnerlichen // PORTOFREI in Deutschland
Think of the street you live on. Now think of how it may have looked in 10,000 BCE, or in Roman times, or in Victorian England at the height of the Industrial Revolution. Steve Noon's A Street Through Time takes you on a time travelling journey that you won't forget.
2018 // Covering everything from Pangea to the world's weirdest natural wonders, this is Earth in all its strange glory. What's Weird on Earth is an entirely new atlas adventure, with maps of UFO sightings, popular foods, every country resized according to population density, and their popularity as holiday destinations. Kids can spot the strangest features on every corner of Earth; from ancient patterns carved in the desert sand to the 29,000 bath toys that sailed the world's ocean currents after a shipwreck.
A perfect way to find out how everything in nature works and why fungi, plants, birds, invertebrates, fish, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and ecosystems exist and what they mean for our world. Discover how spiders spin webs, how flying works, how snakes kill, and much, much more...
An amazing look at the what, why and how of science. From the geeky Greeks to explosive elements kids can enter a world of discovery as they find out the extraordinary way our world works. It's chemistry, but not as you know it.
Money might make the world go around, but only if you know how to use it, and who better to teach your child all about finance than TV presenter and financial expert Alvin Hall. They'll enter the world of business and economics, learning about how money works, from its history to how it grows.
A straight-talking guide to how politics really work. All the political structures and ideas are covered, from ancient Greek philosophy to modern governments. Find out how different systems and beliefs have developed, the ways in which laws are made, what happens behind the scenes in parliament, and how you can get involved. Plus, it clearly explains those tricky words and definitions with bright graphics and clever illustrations that kids will love.
Explore the highest peak of Mount Kilimanjaro to the deep grooves of the Grand Canyon, and discover how the incredible landscapes around the world were formed. Big Fantastic Earth takes readers on an exciting journey around the world's incredible natural architecture.
The stunning Children's Illustrated World Atlas takes young readers on the ultimate round-the-world trip. It not only portrays regions such as the Siberian wastes with a beautifully detailed map, it also shows and tells you what it is like to roam across them as a Nenets reindeer herder.
Packed with up-to-date information, quizzes, fun facts and incredible images of all their favourite dinosaurs. Discover how fossils are formed, find out which was the biggest dinosaur, and which was the size of a cat.