Platypus Media

Platypus Media was founded in 2000 to promote and protect breastfeeding and attachment. We seek to educate adults and children about the world around them by publishing books that foster warmth, closeness, literacy, curiosity, and an openness to other cultures. We pride ourselves in not only offering great products, but in providing resources parents, educators, and librarians can use either in conjunction with our books or independently to spark and sustain a child's curiosity about the world around them. Platypus Media titles have earned NSTA Recommends and are available to Title 1 schools via the First Book Marketplace.

For more information on Platypus Media, visit https://www.platypusmedia.com/

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Platypus Media
Updated: 
2019
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  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5
African elephants can weigh up to 7.5 tons! You might think that carrying so much weight around would be hard on the joints. You might also think...
Platypus Media
Updated: 
2019
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  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5
Koalas primarily eat eucalyptus leaves. Koalas eat so many eucalyptus leaves that they actually smell like eucalyptus, or menthol. This activity...
  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5
This activity shows students how a blue whale's baleen "teeth" work and introduces a complex conversation about nutrient density: why is it that the...
  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5
All mammals (with two exceptions) have backbones with 7 neck vertebrae. However, necks serve different functions in giraffes vs. humans, mice vs...
Platypus Media
Updated: 
2019
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  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5
Prides, or groups of lions, have amazing social structures. The females do all the hunting, sharing the antelope, wildebeest, or buffalo they kill...
Platypus Media
Updated: 
2019
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  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5
Every year, Pacific gray whales travel from Alaska to Mexico, a 10,000 mile journey that takes half a year. During this time, they don’t eat any food...
  • Science
  • 3-5, MS
Mother Mexican free-tailed bats leave their babies (pups) in a cave with three million others at night while the mothers hunt. When they return to...