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The Four Seasons: Uncovering Nature

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Why do seasons happen? Where do animals go in winter? How do plants reproduce?

From changes in the plant world through the year, to penguins preparing a nest, and puma kittens learning to hunt, plants and animals from every corner of the world are used to illustrate the many processes that govern natural life. These include metamorphosis, hibernation, migration, pollination
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Hardcover, 52 pages
Published May 1st 2006 by Firefly Books
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Evelyn
Apr 16, 2012 rated it it was amazing
The Four Seasons is a great book to read to students about the different seasons. It teaches them many factual characteristics about the seasons. This book is also great to talk about the life cycle of different animals and their habitats. It even gives the students some information about plants, vegetables, and fruits. I would use this book for students in 3rd-5th grade.
Alexis Davis
The changing seasons are a fun thing for kids to learn about because they experience each of them while they are in school. Such a fun topic! Kids will love this book!
Kelly Ramsey
Feb 21, 2014 rated it really liked it
The four seasons talkes abou the four seasons and how things change, and affect your life.People change just like the seasons at times. People also have to adapt like the animals. You have to dress according to the seasons as well.


Activity: ( social studies)

The teacher will allow the students to look at tsunanis, earthquakes, tornadoes,rainforests and volcanoes. Afterwards create rainforse sticks using glue, sticks, paper towel rolls, rice, tape, and toothpicks. Create and Enjoy
Mackenzie
Apr 28, 2015 added it
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I chose this book becuase I think it would be a book kids would like to read and f we had a season topic we could read it.
Bree
Aug 20, 2013 rated it liked it
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Notes:
information overload in this book
not a story at all, just an encyclopedia sort-of book
similar to DK books
Tori
Great way to explain the four seasons to students
Sydney
Bringing in science and the seasons of the year all into a story that students can find both informing as well as enjoyable.
MissLawrence's4thgraders
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Halle Dean
Oct 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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Summary:
This book is a nonfiction informational text that explains to the readers why we have seasons. The book contains information about how different animals react to the seasons. The book is written starting with important information for the reader like why we have seasons, metamorphosis, and different plants that we have.
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This book is has so much information in it. It has a table of contents, index, headings, and my favorite part- overlays. The overlays show a transition from se
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From changes in the plant world through the year, to penguins preparing a nest, and puma kittens learning to hunt, plants and animals from every corner of the world are used to illustrate the many processes that govern natural life.
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