|By (author):||DK Publishing|
|By (author):||Dk, Publishing|
|Subject:||JUVENILE NONFICTION / People & Places / General|
|Size:||10.40in x 8.00in x 0.38in|
|From The Publisher*||What was life like for early people before written records even began? Satisfy your child's curiosity about the lives of some of the first people with Eye Wonder: Early People. From the earliest human-like apes to the use of stone-age tools, from the discovery of fire to the dawn of agriculture and civilization, this book explores how the earliest people lived. This new addition features fun activities to help your child learn and remember the information in Eye Wonder: Early People. |
Visual learners and readers alike will love exploring and learning through Eye Wonder: Early People. These books are designed to teach through pictures and a visual approach, encouraging curiosity in young, school-age children. We've added games, activities, and quizzes to engage children even more - Eye Wonder: Early People activities are designed to teach kids to both remember more of what they've learned, and learn to research when they want to know more, teaching general study skills as well as knowledge about early people.
Learn about science, history, and the natural world through beautiful photography and lively, age-appropriate text. The Eye Wonder series organizes information in a way that's easy to search, easy to read, and easy to learn.
|From The Publisher*||Now refreshed and updated with additional content, DK's popular and endlessly informative Eyewonder series is back with five revised titles and an all-new one- Eyewonder Early People!|
Each Eyewonder book is a treasure trove of ideas, photographs and information geared to make it easy for kids to discover all the basic facts about a subject - and some fascinating and unusual ones as well. Each book includes games and activities that refer back to the book making these books the perfect way to enjoy learning about new things.
The all-new Eyewonder Early People takes a look at what life was like before written records began. From the earliest human-like apes to the use of stone age tools, from the discovery of fire to the dawn of agriculture and civilization, this book explores how early man lived.