Wings, Waves & Webs: Patterns in Nature by Robin Mitchell Cranfield
A visually stunning introduction to patterns found in nature. Perfect for early STEM learning in preschool and kindergarten.
From the dots on a ladybug to the spiral on a snail, patterns in nature can be found anywhere. This simple and playful concept book introduces the littlest of readers to both math and nature while engaging their creative potential. By the end, kids will be able to identify:
- Spots and stripes
- Spirals and symmetry
- Waves and honeycombs
- And more
After learning about key patterns, the book's final page—a striking sunflower—will inspire kids to find patterns for themselves. Vibrant and immersive, Wings, Waves & Webs invites young children to discover the beauty of the world around them.
About the Author:
Robin Mitchell Cranfield is an illustrator, teacher, and graphic designer. She is the co-creator of the Windy books series, and has been honored by the Kidscreen Awards, iTunes Editor’s Choice selections, the Parents’ Choice Awards, and the Bologna Ragazzi Award for her work. Wings, Waves & Webs is her fifth children’s book.
Age Range: 2 - 6 years