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Células (Cells) (Spanish Version)

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Every living thing you see is made up of tiny cells. Each of these cells has its own job to do. They work together to do everything an organism needs to stay alive. That’s why biologists often call them the “building blocks of life.” Learn all about plant and animal cell theory and structure with this Spanish science reader that brings the power of science and informational text to students at a level they can understand. Introduce students to STEM topics and new vocabulary terms like osmosis, diffusion, organelles, and active and passive transport with this nonfiction book that is aligned to state and national standards. The leveled text supports students reading at above-, below-, and on-grade level. The fun lab activity encourages students to think like scientists. Keep students engaged in learning with this Spanish book.

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials
Product ID: TCM27763
Grades: 5 - 5
Level(s): Intermediate
File Size: 45.27 MB
Whiteboard Compatible: Yes (Level 1)
ISBN (Physical Book): 9781425847128




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