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What's Under The Sea? (Usborne Starting Point Science)
-- Introduces young children to fundamental aspects of nature, science and technology
-- Inspired by the questions children ask about the world around them
-- Simple text and detailed illustrations answer questions in clear, step-by-step stages
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published June 1st 2006 by Usborne Books
(first published January 1st 1994)
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Apr 01, 2016 Nichole rated it really liked it · review of another edition
My son and I read this book as part of Sonlight's P4/5 curriculum. My son loved this science book. He was very engaged in every reading. There is so much info packed into this little book. An older child could easily read through it in one sitting and reading just a page a day was perfect for my preschooler. This covered a variety of topics from sea life to deep sea divers to pollution. The illustrations were very detailed and really helped highlight the topics being covered. I'm sure this will ...more
A great little introductory book about oceans; what lives there, how we explore them, and how we use them. Another Usborne that we really like. My children also liked it due to their familiarity with Finding Nemo and they enjoyed finding the characters from the movie in this book.
This is a great book for students! I still love this book! I can read this book to my studens and have them understand this book can practice listing. For example a t-chart. The students will then take this reference and we can do an activity titled "What's in the classroom" The students can then list everything posssible they see in our classroom.