Tom loves the harbor. Every weekend, he buys an ice cream and watches the boats. What can he show you? What can he see with the binoculars? There are big boats, small boats, and strong boats. What are the names of the boats? What do they do?
Hannah is a scientist and she studies animals. She wants to show you two animals with amazing life cycles … a butterfly and a frog.The Peacock butterfly lives in Europe. The Red-eyed tree frog lives in the rainforests of Central and South America. Which one hibernates? Which one is nocturnal? Let’s take a look …
The fastest flying insect is a dragonfly. A kangaroo can jump 13.5 metres. Dolphins are intelligent and friendly animals. Animal Athletes of land, sea and air. There are cool cats and other acrobats. Let’s read about them all.
How many different clothes can you see in the street? Think about all the different clothes you wear in just one day, in just one week. And the different clothes for different times of the year! Harry did a project about clothes for his teacher. He knows a lot about clothes now. How about you?
There are old homes, new homes, and mobile homes. "Green" homes, intelligent homes, and strange homes, too! There's a home made from bottles. A treehouse made from glass. Palaces for kings and queens. And people living in rocks! So, what is a home, and what are homes made of?