Together with this magical team, you will get acquainted with numerous astonishing facts about nature: plants and living creatures. My favorite is the fact that moths and bats pollinate at night and help plants that bloom in the dark. How curious!
Except for the comic story itself, there are numerous grasping activities - interesting and useful at the same time. On the History’s Preserver’s page, you will find a possibility to guess the names of many notable people who made their contribution to nature protection. Children show great interest in research, so experiments and observations from the action section in the corner of each page will add some practical experience, which, in turn, will raise kid’s motivation to learn more. Gaming exercises at the end of the book are definitely some of the best! I really enjoyed the Superhero word search and putting comics in the correct order. However, my favorite is “Finding missing onomatopoeia words “. Its impact on kids could not be overestimated - they are so fond of sound imitation!
written by: Paige Johnson
Picking the Right Neighborhood
The right house starts with the right neighborhood. These tips will help you find the best dog-friendly neighborhood in your new city:
Once you’ve narrowed down your home search to a few top neighborhood picks, it’s time to start the house hunt. Here’s what to keep in mind when it comes to Fido’s comfort:
Moving Fido In
Now that you’ve found the perfect new house for your family, it’s time for the real work to begin. Here’s how to move with your dog without totally stressing him out:
Once you have everything in place, give your dog time to get comfortable in his new home. He may hide or seem nervous at first, but as long as you provide plenty of pets, treats, and fun distraction, your dog will quickly realize you’re not going anywhere.
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