For most children, drawing is their first form of written communication. As children mature, their imaginations often race ahead of their drawing skill. Through these creative lessons, the authors take the mystery out of drawing by teaching children to see complex objects as combinations of simple shapes. By exploring a huge range of topics-incorporating geography, history, science, and social studies-children are motivated to practice handwriting in a fun and meaningful way.
Book 8 - Animals of the World, Part II - Savannahs - Can a gazelle run faster than a cheetah™ . . . learn about the animals that call the savannahs of the world their home. Grassland Animals - Gallop across the steppes with a wild horse and raid an ant hill with an anteater while exploring eastern Europe and central Asia’s grassy plains. Mountains and Deserts - Fascinating animals inhabit the planet’s highest and driest places. Learn about them and, in the process, discover why Europe and Asia—although connected—are two continents.