101 Science Poems & Songs for Young Learners: Includes Hands-on Activities!
A treasury of easy, kid-pleasing poems and songs that reinforce essential primary science concepts and build literacy. You'll turn to this big collection again and again to teach: light and shadow, plants, endangered animals, butterfly life cycles, machines, weather, hibernation, and everything in between! Includes exciting hands-on activities and simple experiments to ext...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published March 1st 1997 by Scholastic Inc.
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I choosed this book of poems written by Meish Golden because it is very interesting and easy to understand. It is intended for young readers from the 1-3 grade. The whole poem book is about the beautiful, wonderful world.It is a very important tool to help children visualize and explore the scientific world.The verses are simple and the words are melancholy to build the children's literacy. It also involves a lot of hands-on activities that could help to develop the child's imagination and to bu...more
This book 101 Science poems and songs for young learners is a kids pleasing poem and songs that reinforce a essential primary science concept and build literacy. This book can be use again and again to teach light and shadow, plants, endangered animals, butterfly life cycle, machines, weather, hibernation, and everything. This book includes exciting hands-on-activities and simple experiments to do. It is mostly useful for 1-3 Grades children but adults can also use it to help their babies as th...more
This is a kid-pleasing book which provides hands-on activities with poems and songs that reinforce essential primary science concepts and build literacy (for use with 1-3 grades). The verses are simple and designed to be sung to familiar tunes, about the earth and space, plants, animals, the human body, weather, and other scientific topics. Its important we spark our students interests while they are young and this is a great way to interact, because songs and poems are catchy that usually one c...more