By: MA Grigg (Author)
218 pages, b/w illustrations
Originally published in 1956, A New Course of Plants and Animals, Volume 1 was written to provide biology students with a guide to the study of nature during the first three years of grammar school, so that they could develop a sound understanding of the area prior to the beginning of their preparation for the G.C.E. examinations. Designed to be used with living specimens at hand, the text is based around the study of plants and animals found in familiar and accessible habitats. A New Course of Plants and Animals, Volume 1 will be of value to anyone with an interest in the teaching of biology and the history of education.
1. The aquarium
2. Small animals found in fresh water
3. Larger animals found in fresh water
4. Animal life in the garden
5. Animals of the countryside
6. Flowers and seeds
7. The structure of a flowering plant
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