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Pflanzen und Tiere in der Stadt: Suchen - Erkunden - Erleben [Plants and Animals in the City: Searching - Exploring - Experiencing]

By: Gisela Tubes(Author)
136 pages, ~250 colour photos
Pflanzen und Tiere in der Stadt: Suchen - Erkunden - Erleben [Plants and Animals in the City: Searching - Exploring - Experiencing]
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  • Pflanzen und Tiere in der Stadt: Suchen - Erkunden - Erleben [Plants and Animals in the City: Searching - Exploring - Experiencing] ISBN: 9783494016832 Hardback Jul 2016 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Language: German

Even in cities, children can explore the fascinating world of Germany's domestic nature: hidden in wall cracks, by nondescript roadsides or at the edge of water, many plants and animals can be found and experienced. Abandoned wastelands, parks and mysterious cemeteries also offer parents, teachers and group carers enough space for exciting excursions.

In easy to understand and didactically well prepared text, the most common plants and animals that are encountered by day in the city are presented. In addition, 55 play and adventure ideas complement the richly illustrated information and are designed so that children can apply their newly acquired knowledge directly. So, get out into the city, to discover nature and its secrets.

Summary in German:
Auch in Städten können Kinder die faszinierende Welt unserer heimischen Natur erkunden: Verborgen in Mauerritzen, unscheinbar am Straßenrand oder am Rand von Gewässern lassen sich viele Pflanzen und Tiere finden und erleben. Ebenso bieten verlassene Brachflächen, Parks und geheimnisvolle Friedhöfe Eltern, Lehrkräften und Gruppenbetreuern genügend Raum für spannende Entdeckungstouren.

In leicht verständlichen und didaktisch gut aufbereiteten Erklärungen werden neben den am häufigsten vorkommenden Pflanzen auch Tiere vorgestellt, die bei Tag in der Stadt anzutreffen sind. 55 Spiel- und Erlebnisideen ergänzen die reich bebilderten Informationen und sind so konzipiert, dass die Kinder ihr neu erlerntes Wissen direkt umsetzen können. Also, raus in die Stadt und dort die spannende Natur und ihre Geheimnisse entdecken.

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By: Gisela Tubes(Author)
136 pages, ~250 colour photos
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