George stuffed his pockets full of seeds.
Charles collected rocks, shells, and beetles.
Valerie Jane kept worms under her pillow!
You know THAT kid -- packing their pockets and growing science skills!
In this lavishly illustrated book, meet young George Washington Carver, Charles Darwin, and Jane Goodall (plus 6 others).
Orbis Pictus Recommended Book, National Council of Teachers of English
The Dogwood Titles, Missouri Association of School Librarians
2022 Notable Social Studies Trade Book, National Council for the Social Studies
2022-2023 Black-Eyed Susan Book Award Nominee, Maryland Association of School Librarians
"This cleverly conceived and appealingly executed title addresses young readers directly, connecting their noticing and collecting habits to those of others who continued to observe, collect, and organize in adulthood. " Kirkus Starred Review
"It’s an altogether charming concept, convincingly demonstrating how childhood enthusiasms can be much more than passing fancies." Booklist Starred Review
Arbor Day Foundation's "What Tree is That?"
"Water Critter Key" from EEK! https://www.eekwi.org/explore/identification/water-critter-key-life-pond
Cornell's "All About Birds"
Get busy and categorize your clutter. Learn to create your own scientific key.
Get engaged with an actual scientific study by collecting white oak acorns.
Have little ones who like acorns? Math, matching, sorting, alphabet, arts & crafts, so many options!
Outdoor School: A new book series with fantastic field guides, activities and observation tips.
Heather L. Montgomery
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