The Title Index covers curriculum and other book and periodical titles annotated in chapters 1-4 and 6-8. The locator numbers used are the entry numbers of the annotations.


Acid Rain, 4.6

Active Assessment for Active Science: A Guide for Elementary School

Teachers, 6.1

Adaptations, 1.28

Adventures in Science and Mathematics: Integrated Activities for Young Children, 3.54

Adventures With Rocks and Minerals: Geology Experiments for Young People, 2.40

Air, 2.15

Air and Water, 2.41

Air and Weather, 2.1

Air, Sun and Water: How Weather Works, 2.16

Alive: What Living Things Are, 1.29

All About Penguins, 1.90

All About Sea Turtles, 1.91

Amateur Meteorologist, The: Explorations and Investigations, 2.42

Amazing Mammals, Part 1, 1.30

Amazing Mammals, Part II, 1.31

American Biology Teacher, The, 8.1

Animal Defenses, 1.32

Animal Sounds, 3.55

Animal Studies, 1.1

Animals in Action, 1.33

Animals in the Classroom: Selection, Care, and Observations, 6.2

Animals Two by Two, 1.2

Art and Science Connection, The: Hands-on Activities for Intermediate Students, 4.37

Art and Science Connection, The: Hands-On Activities for Primary Students, 4.38

Art to Zoo, 8.2

Assessment in Elementary School Science Education, 6.3

ASTC/CIMUSET Directory and Statistics 1995, 7.1


Balance and Motion, 3.1

Balancing and Weighing, 3.2

Balls and Ramps, 3.3

Barrier-Free in Brief: Laboratories and Classrooms in Science and Engineering, 6.4

Beginnings, 4.1

Behavior of Mealworms, 1.34

Benchmarks for Science Literacy, 6.5

Benchmarks or Science Literacy on Disk, 6.5

Best Books for Children: Preschool Through Grade 6, 7.2

Beyond the Classroom: Exploration of Schoolground and Backyard, 4.39

Biodiversity: Understanding the Variety of Life, 1.35

Birds, Birds, Birds, 1.36

Blue Planet, 2.43

Body Systems: How Your Body Parts Work Together, 1.37

Bones and Skeletons, 1.3

Books or Children: A List of Noteworthy Books Published in the United

States During 1994, 7.3

Bottle Biology 1.92

Bubble Festival, 3.30

Bubble-ology 3.31

Budding Botanist, The: Investigations with Plants, 1.93

Buggy Books: A Guide to Juvenile and Popular Books on Insects and Their Relatives, 7.4

Bugwise, 1.94

Build It! Festival, 4.7

Butterflies Abound! A Whole Language Resource Guide for K-4, 1.95

Butterflies and Moths, 1.38

BUZ: A Hands-on Electrical Energy Education Program, 3.56

Buzzing a Hive, 1.39


Change Around Us, 4.8

Change Over Time, 4.9

Change Over Time: How Populations and Species Change, 1.40

Changes of State, 3.4

Chem Matters, 8.3

Chemical Tests, 3.5

Chemicals, Health, Environment, and Me (CHEM), 4.40

Chickadee, 8.4

Children's Magazine Guide, 8.5

Circles: Shapes in Math, Science and Nature, 3.57

Circuits and Pathways, 3.6

Classifying Living Things: How Organisms Are Related, 1.41

Classroom Creature Culture: Algae to Anoles, 6.6

Classroom Plants, 1.42

Coaching Science Stars: Pep Talk and Play Book for Real-World Problem Solving, 6.7

Color Analyzers, 3.32

Color and Light, 3.33

Communities (Museum to Go), 1.43

Communities (REEP, Grade 2), 1.44

Communities (REEP, Grade 6), 1.45

Communities (SCIS 3), 1.4

Concepts and Experiences in Elementary School Science, 6.8

Conceptual Overview of Science Education for High Ability Learners, 6.9

Connect, 8.6

Connections, 4.10

Conserve and Renew: An Energy Education Activity Package for Grades 4-6, 4.41

Constructions, 4.42

Convection: A Current Event, 2.17

Cooperative Learning-Science: Activities, Experiments and Games, 4.43

Creative Wellsprings for Science Teaching, 6.10

Creepy Crawlies and the Scientific Method: Over 100 Hands-on Science Experiments for Children, 6.11

Crime Lab Chemistry, 3.58

Critters, 1.96

Cycles, 1.46

Cycling Back to Nature With Biodegradable Polymers, 3.59


Developing Science in the Primary Classroom, 6.12

Digging into Dinosaurs, 2.18

Dinosaur Classification, 2.19

Discover, 8.7

Discovering Density, 3.34

Discovering Deserts, 4.11

Discovery Science: Explorations for the Early Years, 4.44

Diving into Oceans, 4.12

Doing What Scientists Do: Children Learn to Investigate Their World, 6.13

Dolphin Log, 8.8


Earth Day in the Classroom: Mathematics and Science Materials and Resources for Teachers, 7.5

Earth Is Home, 4.13

Earth Materials, 2.2

Earth, Moon, and Stars, 2.20

Earth Movements, 2.21

Earthquakes: A Teacher's Package for K-6, 2.44

Earth, Sun and Moon: Just Passing Time, 2.45

Earthworms, 1.47

Eco-Inquiry: A Guide to Ecological Learning Experiences for the Upper Elementary/Middle Grades, 1.48

Ecosystems (SCIS 3), 1.5

Ecosystems (STC), 2.3

Educating Young People About Energy for Environmental Stewardship: A Guide to Resources for Curriculum Development with an Emphasis on Youth-led, Community-based Learning, 7.6

Educators Guide to Free Science Materials, 7.7

E for Environment: An Annotated Bibliography of Children's Books with Environmental Themes, 7.8

Electric Circuits, 3.7

Electrical Circuits, 3.35

Electrical Connections, 3.60

Electromagnetism, 3.36

Electronic Learning, 8.9

Elementary School Science and How to Teach It, 6.14

Elementary School Science for the '90s, 6.15

Endangered Species. Wild and Rare, 1.49

Energy, 4.14

Energy Education Resources: Kindergarten Through 12th Grade, 7.9

Energy: How You Use Different Forms of Energy, 3.37

Energy Sourcebook, The: Elementary Unit, 4.45

Energy Sources, 3.8

Engaging Children in Science, 6.16

Environmental Education Activity Guide: PreK-8, 4.46

Environmental Education Teacher Resource Handbook: A Practical Guide for K-12 Environmental Education, 7.10

Environments (FOSS), 1.6

Environments (SCIS 3), 1.7

Equity in the Classroom: Mathematics and Science Materials and Resources for Elementary Teachers, 7.11

Erosion, 2.22

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