Isabel and the Invisible World

Headlamp Books El Segundo, Isabel and the Invisible World, Rick Allen, Nadia Ronquillo, Children's Book, El Segundo, Headlamp Books, Bioluminescence, Girl Scientist

Headlamp Books El Segundo, Isabel and the Invisible World, Rick Allen, Nadia Ronquillo, Children's Book, El Segundo, Headlamp Books, Bioluminescence, Girl Scientist

Wherever the water moved, she saw bright flashes of blue.
"How does it glow?" Isabel wondered.

EXTENDED LEARNING

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!

2 - Get up close. Bugs encased in acrylic make great subjects for safe observation.

3 - Get outside! Once your students have the basics down, provide them with an outdoor area that's conducive for exploring on their own.

4 - Level up with an introduction to microscopes!

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. 

Email info@headlampbooks.com for free digital copies of coloring sheets to print at home.

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.

CREATED BY

Rick Allen

Author

(Assisted by Sloan Allen, Daughter)

Nadia Ronquillo

Children's Book Illustrator and Animator

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