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In this lesson, children use observation skills to describe the characteristics of snails. Students will infer the role of the mucus or slime in snail movement and compare the amounts produced on different surfaces. Assessment criteria and connections to standards are provided. In addition to the complete lesson, this selection contains the following book parts: Chapter 1, “Science for Young Children”; About the Authors; Contributors and Collaborators; References; and the Index.

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Type Book ChapterPub Date 2/15/2018Pages 48Stock # PB428X_2D

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