Kid's Nature Magazines - Issue 30 - The Sahara Desert

In this issue, the Eco Kids sweat and battle sandstorms under a desert’s sizzling sun in the Sahara. They discover that the biggest non-polar desert in the world is full of ancient secrets... Why does the Sahara have prehistoric whales, dinosaurs and people buried in its sands? They couldn’t have lived here, could they? Our readers will solve the desert mysteries and can also make their own paper Spinosaurus (the largest carnivorous dinosaur).
For Earth Day 2017, the Eco Kids visit the most unusual, dazzling 'plant' of the Sahara – the Noor 1 solar power plant. Can we get all the power we need from the energy of the sun, instead of burning dirty fossil fuels? One thing’s for sure: there’s no shortage of sunshine in the Sahara!

*Click on the cover to browse sample pages*

Contents

    • The Sahara Desert – Join the Eco Kids in their desert adventure
    • Dazzling Desert Adaptations Trumps – Survival strategies from top desert adapters
    • Dinosaurs to Dust – A time traveller’s mission
    • Solar Farms in the Sahara – The power of sunlight
    • The Trans-Saharan Flight – Follow the birds across the Sahara
    • You’ve Got Mail – A letter from Gordon, the turtle dove
    • Eco Kids Quiz Planet – Have fun with puzzles and games
    • Make a Spinosaurus – Arts & crafts project
    • Wild Challenge – Enjoy this month’s nature project
    • Over to You – Your letters and creations
    • MAGAZINE EXTRAS: Eco Kids Planet Calendar – April
    • MAGAZINE EXTRAS: Poster

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Kid's Nature Magazines - Issue 30 - The Sahara Desert

In this issue, the Eco Kids sweat and battle sandstorms under a desert’s sizzling sun in the Sahara. They discover that the biggest non-polar desert in the world is full of ancient secrets... Why does the Sahara have prehistoric whales, dinosaurs and people buried in its sands? They couldn’t have lived here, could they? Our readers will solve the desert mysteries and can also make their own paper Spinosaurus (the largest carnivorous dinosaur).
For Earth Day 2017, the Eco Kids visit the most unusual, dazzling 'plant' of the Sahara – the Noor 1 solar power plant. Can we get all the power we need from the energy of the sun, instead of burning dirty fossil fuels? One thing’s for sure: there’s no shortage of sunshine in the Sahara!

*Click on the cover to browse sample pages*

Contents

    • The Sahara Desert – Join the Eco Kids in their desert adventure
    • Dazzling Desert Adaptations Trumps – Survival strategies from top desert adapters
    • Dinosaurs to Dust – A time traveller’s mission
    • Solar Farms in the Sahara – The power of sunlight
    • The Trans-Saharan Flight – Follow the birds across the Sahara
    • You’ve Got Mail – A letter from Gordon, the turtle dove
    • Eco Kids Quiz Planet – Have fun with puzzles and games
    • Make a Spinosaurus – Arts & crafts project
    • Wild Challenge – Enjoy this month’s nature project
    • Over to You – Your letters and creations
    • MAGAZINE EXTRAS: Eco Kids Planet Calendar – April
    • MAGAZINE EXTRAS: Poster

Download free resource pack for this issue: