Lift The Flap Questions And Answers About Science Ir

Author: EDC Publishing
Editor: Usborne
ISBN: 9780794539405
Size: 10,84 MB
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A quirky lift-the-flap book that answers children's questions about science. A fun book to dip in and out of, it has lots of quirky and interesting facts children will find fascinating.

Lift The Flap First Questions And Answers Why Does The Sun Shine

Author: Katie DAYNES
Editor:
ISBN: 9781474948173
Size: 15,52 MB
Format: PDF
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Why does the sun shine? takes a playful, informative look at the importance of the sun to life on Earth. Quirky scenes, simple text and friendly flaps answer charming questions such as 'How does the sun help us?', 'Why are some places hotter than others?' and 'Where does the sun go at night?' Christine Pym's delightful illustrations bring the pages to life. Science made fun and accessible. Lifting the flaps to find the answers to the questions is perfect for inquisitive young children.

Lift The Flap First Questions And Answers How Do I See

Author: EDC Publishing
Editor: Usborne
ISBN: 9780794539399
Size: 20,12 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This stylish, highly illustrated, interactive book is perfect for sharing with little children, and introduces the science of the senses using a friendly lift-the-flap format. Text is kept to a minimum. A wonderful introduction to some of the fundamentals of human biology, perfect for curious young minds.

Cootie Catchers Science Grade 2 Ebook

Author: Sharon L. Apichella
Editor: Creative Teaching Press
ISBN: 1616014806
Size: 20,41 MB
Format: PDF
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Using a new twist on the origami fortune tellers, this book provides a fun and unique approach to practicing and reviewing standards-based science content and academic language. It features 20 reproducible cootie catchers that are perfect for portable practice, individual and small-group differentiated instruction, classroom center activities, enrichment assignments, or for homework.

Cootie Catchers Science Grade 4 Ebook

Author: Sharon L. Apichella
Editor: Creative Teaching Press
ISBN: 1616014822
Size: 15,86 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Using a new twist on the origami fortune tellers, this book provides a fun and unique approach to practicing and reviewing standards-based science content and academic language. It features 20 reproducible cootie catchers that are perfect for portable practice, individual and small-group differentiated instruction, classroom center activities, enrichment assignments, or for homework.

International Science And Technology Transfer Act Of 1974

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Astronautics
Editor:
ISBN:
Size: 20,37 MB
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Teaching Science With Favorite Picture Books

Author: Ann Flagg
Editor: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 9780439222716
Size: 14,86 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Uses picture books to teach such key scientific topics as seeds and plants, habitats, light and color, and water cycle and includes science information, management tips, book connections, Web sites, and assessment ideas.

Being And Becoming Scientists Today

Author: Susan A. Kirch
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9463003495
Size: 15,17 MB
Format: PDF
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"• Can I contribute to science?• Do I like to work on the problems of science? • How do scientists know what they know?• Would I like to be|become a scientist? These are questions that interest new science students. The authors provide teachers with an approach to foster and answer these questions by concentrating on learners and learning. They argue that students are typically taught from a disciplinary perspective of science. Using this lens students are viewed as people who need to learn a particular canon of information, methods, and ways of knowing about the world—a perspective that may be useful for practicing scientists, but not ideal for young learners. In this disciplinary approach to science education there is little room for development as a scientist. In contrast, the approach championed by Kirch and Amoroso places learner questions about the world at the forefront of teaching and learning and treats science as a system of human activity. The historical explorations, theoretical insights and practical advice presented here are appropriate for all ages and educational settings. In Being and Becoming Scientists Today, the authors provide: new tools for thinking about science, ideas for how to reveal the multiple stories of knowledge production to learners, and approaches to teaching science as a collective process rather than a series of contributions made by (famous) individuals. In these ways, the authors promote the idea that all science learners contribute to the science in our lives."

Literature Science Breakthroughs

Author: Jo-Anne Lake
Editor: Pembroke Publishers Limited
ISBN: 1551381265
Size: 14,77 MB
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"Literature & Science Breakthroughs offers strategies for using fiction and non-fiction...to bring all aspects of science to life for children." -- BACK COVER.