Get the inside scoop on the world s most explosive mountains Meet a volcanologistDiscover why volcanoes erupt Visit the world s hot spotsLearn than forty fun facts about volcanoes...
|Title||:||Time For Kids: Volcanoes! (Time For Kids Science Scoops)|
|Publisher||:||HarperCollins May 2, 2006|
|Number of Pages||:||32 pages|
|File Size||:||594 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Time For Kids: Volcanoes! (Time For Kids Science Scoops) Reviews
My 6 year old grandson has become fascinated with volcanoes. He has loved looking at all pics; being able to read parts of it( he' s in kindergarten). As a 42 year retired teacher , not only do I know how important reading is to children , but now most school testing is nonfiction. I was thrilled when he showed an interest ,and like the content and bright graphics in this book! Highly recommend:)
When read to them, it gave my grandchildren a sense of the danger (to living things) and the beauty ( the creation of new world) of a volcano.
My little "volcanologist" LOVES this book. He is only 2 1/2 but he is very into volcanoes! Perfect mix of information and fun! He has learned all different volcano facts and wants to read it every day!
I purchased several of these books for my 7-year-old to help with his reading comprehension. I found the series of books to be well-written with easy to understand vocabulary. The illustrations add to the text and include great captions for the diverse types of pictures (photos, diagrams, maps)
I was looking for a story about volcanoes that my Pre-K children would enjoy and would tie in with my Baking soda sand/box volcano experiment. This book was just what I needed and my students love looking at the pictures, especially after our volcano experiment.
My 3 year old niece enjoyed this book very much, she is into volcanoes right now. The photos, graphics and layout are very well done, and the science is age appropriate, informative but not overwhelming. I wanted to get her something other than a story book about a volcano, I'm delighted that she now knows the difference between active, dormant and extinct volcanoes.
I love this Time for Kids Volcanoes. All the Time for Kids books are great. My daughter loves them and they are very informative. It was a nice tool for her reading to learn project on volcanoes.
well written and pictures are something my grandson loves to look at with grandpa.