Floral names often can be confusing particularly when traditional botanical names are spelled in latin, a language that is not necessarily familiar to the layman anymore. Here you'll find simple flower names ordered alphabetically for easy reference with printable versions to suit.
The Burgess Animal Book Chapter 2, All About Hares. from Snowshoe Hares, and Cottantail Rabbits to Marsh Hares for our Wonderweirded Zoology Lab Study Resources here we are featuring Free Printable Science Worksheets & as well as featured Animals to Color , when there are plants mentioned we try and include relevant plant resources too so that all these are suitable for adding as your study guide for Charlotte Mason Homeschooling Curriuculum Teacher Resources, also might be of interest as an addition to any Zoology Study and for younger kids that are interested in Learning about Animals with a Living Books Curriculum
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Living Books Definition
~ Books that paint a picture of Life
~ Books that are not "watered down" to make its content seemingly more palatable for children but instead respect that a natural curiosity in ach child will lead them to discover the meaning for themselves
Living Books about Wildlife
~ Books that paint a vivid alive picture in the imagination of a child about Wildlife
About The Burgess Book of Animals for Children
Peter Rabbit goes to school, with Mother Nature as his teacher. In this zoology book for children, Thornton W. Burgess describes the mammals of North America in the form of an entertaining story, including plenty of detail but omitting long scientific names. There is an emphasis on conservation.
Author Of Burgess Animal Book for Children
Thornton w. Burgess
Burgess Animal Book Chapter 2 - Title
Peter and Jumper go to School
The Cottontail Rabbit, Northern Haire ( Snowshoe Hare) and Marsh Rabbit
At the set time the next day Peter and Jumper ran off to where Peter had found mother earth previously. When they found her their school lesson started straight away as mother earth was very busy still. Peter was asked to look at himself and his lifestyle. All he could muster was that he was brown with a white tail, lived in a briar patch and didn't like water. Mother earth remembered the conversation they had had about the Marsh Rabbit the day before when Peter brought up disliking water. She then proceeded to ask Peter if he had been thinking about the Marsh Rabbit when he said that. Peter agreed that it had been is train of thought. Jumper had never heard of a the Marsh Rabbit before. Mother Earth then asked Peter what he knew about Jumper. All Peter really knew about Jumper was that he was the biggest of their family and changed colours in the winter. Of course Jumper was in fact not the largest of the family. There were rabbits and hares far larger than him elsewhere in the world, but Mother nature would talk about them another time. After that Mother Nature went on to explain the differences between Peter and Jumper which were :
After that she asked the both of them to look at their feet where a lot of thin hair grew on the soles. She then explained that their cousin the marsh rabbit didn't have these hairs so he could swim better but he couldn't run very well so whenever he was being chased he just darted into the water only his ears, eyes and nose peeping out. And that was all she had time to tell that day. But before they left Mother Earth gave a quick warning that Fox was coming. And sure enough fox had just sighted Peter and Jumper. And in turn the two of them darted off. Peter the cotton tail rabbit ran into a hole under a tree. And Jumper the snowshoe hare raced across the fields with Fox hot on his tail.
questions directed at Peter the Cottontail Rabbit
" What do you look like"
" Where do you live "
" What do you eat "
" How does Jumper differ from you"
questions directed at Peter the Snowshoe Hare ( Northern Hare)
Fauna - Animals Featured:
Flora - Plants Featured :
Our Wonderweirded Zoology Study Cards for Burgess Book of Animals for Children
Definition Taxonomic Key
Taxonomic Key - The Burgess Animal Book chapter 2
I. Order Lagomorpha
with thanks to Ambleside Charlotte Mason Homeschooling Curriculum , Kelly Kenar for creating this resource of the taxon key for Burgess Book of Animals , view all at http://www.amblesideonline.org/TaxonKeyBurgess.shtml
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