Isabel and the Invisible World
Wherever the water moved, she saw bright flashes of blue.
"How does it glow?" Isabel wondered.
7 Companion Activities for Educators
1 - Introduce young scientists to the micro world by demonstrating how magnifying glasses work.
They'll get the opportunity to explore their surroundings just like Isabel!
3 - Get outside! Once your students have the basics down, provide them with an outdoor area that's conducive for exploring on their own.
5 - Always remember to record your observations. Have students keep a log and track any changes that occur over time and location.
6 - Pre-made coloring sheets make it easy for the youngest little scientists to practice writing down their data.
7 - Invite the author to a reading. Rick is available for speaking engagements throughout the Los Angeles area and greater Southern California.
He brings four years of experience as a kelp forest ecology presenter where he often performed Q&As while underwater via full face mask communications.
(Assisted by Sloan Allen, Daughter)
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