Primary Catalogue

Series: Biomes of the World in Action Series


Coniferous Forests

Coniferous Forests

The coniferous forest biome is made up of cone-bearing trees such as pines, firs and spruce, as well as a varied assortment of other organisms adapted to live in this unique region. Coniferous Forests will take students on a fun-filled trip from...Show More
Deciduous Forests

Deciduous Forests

Deciduous forests are biomes in which trees are the main life-form. But what makes a forest deciduous? In this informative program, students will explore these colourful woodlands that change with the seasons. Students will learn about the many...Show More
Deserts

Deserts

Deserts cover nearly one-fifth of the Earth's land surface. Even in these sand-filled expanses that dot the globe, much life can be found, from plants like cacti and sagebrush to well-adapted animals such as the Gila monster and the sidewinder....Show More
Freshwater Ecosystems

Freshwater Ecosystems

Freshwater ecosystems can be as small as a puddle or as large as a raging river. Ponds, lakes and streams occur on every continent, and are home to a host of fish, algae and other water organisms. In Freshwater Ecosystems, students will explore...Show More
Grasslands

Grasslands

Grasslands are wide, sweeping expanses of land with many different grasses and very few trees. In Grasslands, students will examine the importance of these regions that produce much of the world's food. From the prairies of the Great Plains to...Show More
Marine Ecosystems

Marine Ecosystems

In Marine Ecosystems, students will explore saltwater environments - from shorelines to coral reefs - and learn about the fish, plants, mammals and insects that depend on each other for survival in this aquatic biome. Examine concepts such as...Show More
Rainforest Biomes

Rainforest Biomes

Located throughout the Caribbean, Africa and South America, rainforests are as important to the rest of the world as they are to their inhabitants. In Rainforest Biomes, students will discover how the species of the rainforest have adapted to the...Show More
Tundra

Tundra

The word tundra means land of no trees, which is a pretty good description of this cold, barren biome that makes up nearly 20 percent of the Earth's surface. From the Arctic tundra found in the Polar zones to the regions of alpine tundra located...Show More