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Earth Sky: A workbook of science facts and math practice

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How is a canyon formed? What makes the sky blue? Your child will love to learn the answers to these questions!

This workbook promotes:
√ Critical thinking
√ Earth science
√ Data interpretation
√ Investigation & research
√ Physical science

• Clear vocabulary and clever illustrations explore our amazing planet
• Easy-to-read passages spotlight science topics, and word problems s
Paperback, 112 pages
Published June 17th 2015 by Dover Publications
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Wayne McCoy
May 29, 2015 rated it liked it
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'Earth & Sky' by is a workbook full of science and math practice sheets. There is a lot of information packed into a scant 112 pages.

The book is broken up into 4 sections and an answer key. The sections answer basic and some not so basic science questions, like why the sky and ocean are blue or why people blush. You'll learn how honey is made and how a pearl is formed. Potential and kinetic energy is covered as well as the six different forms of energy. Land forms are covered i
Jun 12, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Colorful and varied worksheets covering everything from "Why do we dream?" and "Why is the sky blue?" to "How is a star born?" and the different types of energy. Understanding is tested with different types of problems: short answers, describe in your own words, math (addition/subtraction/word problems), reading and comprehension along with other fun activities like crosswords, mazes, wordsearches and other types of puzzle. There are experiments too! Fact tables will delight children who love tr ...more
The book is divided into four main sections with multiple facts and activities within each section. Many pages contain an explanation answering a question such as “Why is the sky blue?” and then a mini quiz to check understanding. Other pages contain suggested activities, experiments or observations to record and even puzzles to solve. At the end of each section there is a certificate that can be completed and awarded. The Geography Math section contains lots of questions which can be answered b ...more
Dee/ bookworm
Jul 30, 2015 rated it really liked it
This book is wonderful!! Especially for parents who are not great at science themselves. This book covers a plethora of topics in a easy to understand way. This book is divided into five sections, one being the answer section. It covers simple questions, begins complex questions, weather, studies the earth as far as elements and different kinds of land structures. It even has geography and a little math. The math/word problems in the geography section are somewhat hard, and require looking up fo ...more
Jun 04, 2015 rated it really liked it
I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

This is a workbook perfect for any child interested in science or struggling with science. As an elementary teacher, there is a lot of curriculum related information in the book. There are also some other interesting facts that are not necessarily elementary level science. (Like the Why do People Blush? topic. Interesting, but generally not in the elementary curriculum.)

It is set up with interesting facts in a short article, bright colorful pic
Donna Maguire
This book is both fun and informative as a learning tool. It is split in to four main sections each of which end with fun quizzes, questions, the book is full of things to do to engage children. The text sections are in punchy sections that are easy to read. I received this book in exchange for my honest review.
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