What Is a Habitat? – A Big Ideas Science Book (PAL)978-0-87336-495-9
Regular price $8.00
Buckle your seatbelts and prepare to rack up some mileage in this uka-to-kai exploration of Hawai‘i’s habitats! It’s a who-lives-where and who-eats-whom of Hawai‘i’s diverse environments and their unique inhabitants. You and your young adventurers will cover a lot of ground, reading about energy, food chains, and the dependent and interdependent relationships of organisms in the rainforest, salt marsh, and coral reef.
Target Grade Level: 2—but readers of all ages may enjoy and learn something new!
While versatile enough to be a stand-alone resource, this Big Ideas Science Book is part of the habitat-themed set of Pāhana ‘Āina Lupalupa (PAL), a series of Hawaiian culture-based science readers. PAL integrates Hawaiian language, culture, and place-based content with literacy and science concepts that meet national standards. Developed in ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i and translated into English, this exciting series was created through partnerships among a group of Hawai‘i educators, literacy specialists, and Hawaiian-language resource developers in consultation with scientists and cultural practitioners.
Copublished with Hale Kuamo‘o.
Softcover. 8.5 x 11". 36 pp.
*Hawaiian edition also available.