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Pocket Pumpkin Press Mission:
    (morals) provide meaningful and positive activities
    (community) connect kids with the local community
    (landscape) expand environmental awareness

local wildlife alphabet wall display
southwest Michigan's local plants and animals

Use Pocket Pumpkin Press products to
Support the Local Community, People, and Nature:
not only learn to read, to study science, social studies, and culture,
to play games, and to decorate your walls,
but do it while also learning about local nature.


To purchase: e-mail the Pocket Pumpkin Press at press@z-hub.org

There is a 8.5" x 11" sheet for each alphabet letter and for each of the six local environments: lake, dune, woods, wetlands, farm, and town. Each sheet has 4 to 3 plants and or animals. Each plant and animal name is listed.

32 cardstock poster local nature alphabet wall display $30.00

To purchase: e-mail the Pocket Pumpkin Press at press@z-hub.org

To go with the Alphabet Wall Display, also see

See more info on Alphabet Books of Plants and Animals of Southwest Michigan local landscapes: towns, farms, lake, dunes, woods, wetlands.

See more info on Alphabet Coloring Pages of Plants and Animals of Southwest Michigan local landscapes: towns, farms, lake, dunes, woods, wetlands.

See the whole "Alphabet Package," which includes the "Alphabet Books," the "Alphabet Coloring Pages," and the "Alphabet Wall Hangings."

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More educational resources from the Pocket Pumpkin Press

See more info on Phonic Books of the Lake and Dunes.

See more info on Journal Pages of Plants and Animals of Southwest Michigan's Lake and Dunes habitats. From the worksheet webpage.

See more info on Woods Food Web Books.

See more info on Spring Woodland Wildflower Books.

Curriculum is based on the phenomenon that everything connects to everything. All social elements and all natural elements relate to each other. All social elements (health, economy, school, government, art, values, etc.), culture, and all natural elements (habitats, plants, animals, water, ground, air, etc.) link together.

© 2008-2011 Pocket Pumpkin Press, last updated April 2010
Three Oaks, Michigan, USA