Nature Did It First: Engineering Through Biomimicry

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Part playful poetry, part nonfiction information, this kid―friendly introduction to biomimicry highlights the remarkable ways plants and animals have helped us solve some of our toughest engineering challenges. One well―known example of biomimicry is the invention of Velcro ― inspired by the sticky burrs from a plant. Discover six more ways nature did first! Back matter includes a glossary and a STEM challenge activity to use at home or in the classroom.---from the publisher

32 pages                          978-1584696582                      Ages 5-9

Keywords: biomimicry, science, STEM, poetry, nature, information, 5 year old, 6 year old, 7 year old, 8 year old, 9 year old, informational picture book, Science Curriculum

Read alikes:  Biomimicry by Dora Lee; Nature Did It First by Susan E. Goodman; Woodpeckers to Helmets by Jennifer Colby; Beastly Bionics by Jennifer Swanson

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