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How Flowers Grow

4.18  ·  Rating Details ·  34 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
This exciting information book for young readers uses simple concepts, combined with easy-to-read text and vivid illustrations for a great reading experience.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published June 1st 2007 by Usborne Books (first published 2003)
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Caroline Daniel
Nov 30, 2016 Caroline Daniel rated it liked it
Shelves: reading-4050
o Summary: This is a simple book for beginners to read about how flowers actually grow. They will enjoy the beautiful pictures and the simple text.
o Grade level: first
o Appropriate classroom use: in a science class
o Individual students who might benefit from reading: students that enjoy plants
o Small group use: read together and discuss their favorite thing from the book
o Whole class use: Read during a science class and even plant a flower in a pot for the class to observe it growing
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Tim Johnson
Jan 20, 2016 Tim Johnson rated it liked it
Shelves: discovery-time
This book is perfectly arranged for an early school-aged audience. There is a short list of websites for more information but sadly, no extension activities. I am working on botany studies with kids ranging in age from 5-8 and low-to-no-cost activities are always a must. We will be painting clay pots and planting flowers today and have already done the bean sprout activity. I am always looking for more however because I think the hand on things are always so much more fun.
Hatka Kecalovic
This book is How Flowers Grow by Emma Helbrough. This book can be used in Pre-K to 1 grade classrooms. This book discusses the topic of seeds turning into plants. It also discusses pollen, nectar, seed spreading, and various flowers.
Rebecca
Aug 29, 2015 Rebecca rated it really liked it
Shelves: sonlight-core-a
As usual, with this Usborne series, we were very pleased. The large text and beautiful illustrations/pictures makes learning about flowers and plants enjoyable. It's a great intro for my 5 yo.
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