What Is the World Made Of?: All About Solids, Liquids, and Gases by Kathleen Weidner ZoehfeldThis books teaches about matter, and goes into detail about solids, liquids, and gases. I really like how the author made it connect to real life so readers are able to see how they interact with matter on a daily basis. I read this as an ebook, so it could be easily accessible to students if they each had a device in the classroom.
In the classroom I would use this book to introduce the topic of matter. This book does a good job of talking about matter on the surface, so it would be good to use to introduce the topic then I would have to dive deeper into the topic in the lesson. I would also use this book to have students go home at night and see how many things they can find in their house that the book mentions. I want the students to see that everything around them consists of matter, so I want them to explore their surroundings with the help of the text.
Overall, this text is great for students and teachers to use when talking/learning about matter in the world.
Physical Science Books for Preschool
What is Matter? Solids, Liquids, and Gases. These two Rookie Readers are great for beginning readers. I love Rookie Reader nonficiton books because they are simple and have fantastic images. What is the World Made Of? Experiments are included in the book, too.
Look Inside. Nov 12, ISBN years. Explore physics in this early introduction to the states of matter, starring a goofy dog and his all-too-human family. Zippy art and clear explanations introduce the basic characteristics of four states of matter and how they change from one state to another. Totally up-to-date, this book for elementary school children includes plasma, now covered in all curricula. There are hands-on activities, such as using a chocolate bar to demonstrate material consistency and using a balloon to prove gases have weight, to reinforce the learning.
Feb 18, A review of eight books for children about states of matter, including solids, Change It!: Solids, Liquids, Gases and You by Adrienne Mason.
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Physical Science Books for Preschoolers
Joe-Joe the Wizard Brews Up Solids, Liquids, & Gases
Bang, Molly. The sun explains its role in the movement of water around the Earth, from the lifting of fresh water from the seas, to the movement of underwater currents that nourish the world's oceans. The sun has a hand in moving rivers of water in its liquid, gaseous, and solid states all around the Earth, enabling life to exist on our planet. But human beings are interfering in this natural cycle, unbalancing the amount of fresh water available. Rd Lvl: 3.
Good science books are hard to find, especially books that explain things in a way that is easy for young children to understand. Get swept away on a high-seas voyage of discovery with 10 little rubber ducks as they float to every part of the world. They all find adventure, but one duck finds something very special! Magnets make paperclips jump. Find out the facts on magnets. A Nest Is Noisy by Dianna Hutts Aston — From tiny bee hummingbird nests to orangutan nests high in the rainforest canopy, an incredible variety of nests are showcased here in all their splendor.
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