Rain Forest Booklist and Unit Study Resource Materials

Rainforest Booklist

The Booklist below will allow you many opportunities to learn more about The Rainforest. These books along with the resources below would make a wonderful Rainforest Unit Study for your K-1 students.

Rainforest Unit Study Cover

This Rainforest Unit Study Resources pack is free and includes resources for Bible, Math and Language Arts. This Rainforest Pinterest Board has many more ideas to add to your study of the Rainforest. Choose a variety of projects and create a hands-on unit with Bible, reading, writing, math, geography and science!

Rainforest Booklist

(affiliate links to Amazon in the US and Canada are included)

The Umbrella by Jan Brett
The Umbrella (for the US)
The Umbrella (for Canada)

Over in the Jungle, A Rainforest Rhyme by Marianne Berkes
Over in the Jungle: A Rainforest Rhyme (for the US)
Over in the Jungle: A Rainforest Rhyme (for Canada)

Rainforest by Nancy Smiler Levinson
Rain Forest (for the US)
Rain Forest (for Canada)

The Rainforest Grew All Around by Susan K. Mitchell
The Rainforest Grew All Around (for the US)
The Rainforest Grew All Around (for Canada)

The Great Kapok Tree by Lynne Cherry
The Great Kapok Tree: A Tale of the Amazon Rain Forest (for the US)
The Great Kapok Tree: A Tale of the Amazon Rain Forest (for Canada)

Nature’s Green Umbrella by Gail Gibbons
Nature’s Green Umbrella (for the US)
Nature’s Green Umbrella (for Canada)

About the Rain Forest – We Both Read by Heather Johanasen
About the Rain Forest (We Both Read – Level 1-2 (for the US) We Both Read:About the Rain Forest (for Canada)

If I Ran the Rainforest by Bonnie Worth
If I Ran the Rain Forest: All About Tropical Rain Forests (Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library) (for the US) If I Ran the Rainforest (for Canada)

 

A is for Anaconda: A Rainforest Alphabet by Anthony D. Fredricks
A is For Anaconda: A Rainforest Alphabet (for the US) A is for Anaconda: A Rainforest Alphabet (for Canada)

In the Rainforest: Let’s Read and Find out Science
In the Rainforest (for the US) In the Rainforest (for Canada)

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