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Werewolves and States of Matter

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3.75  ·  Rating details ·  12 ratings  ·  3 reviews
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Paperback, 32 pages
Published August 1st 2011 by Capstone Press
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cute way to get kids more interested in science content
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Werewolves and States of Matter is a graphic novel about the states of matter. Throughout the book the werewolves explaining how science is involved in states of matter. The werewolves also explain matter and what is has to do in our world today.

I think this is a great book to include into your classroom as it is a different genre for students to get to read from and open their learning up from this type of genre. The illustrator also creates descriptive pictures for the students to understand
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summary: This book provides a lesson on the states of matter. This is a graphic novel and uses werewolves to explain the different types of matter.

evaluation: This is a great choice book, especially for students who love science. This could also help kids who are interested in werewolves become interested in science. The graphics are great and would be great for a picture walk to help get the students interested in wanting to read the book.

teaching point: You could definitely use this book whe
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