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  1. says:

    Gorgeous illustrations Fairly sophisticated vocabulary delivered in rhyming couplets Re read friendly


  2. says:

    This book is A Drop Around the World by Barbara McKinney This book can be used in 4 to 5 grade classrooms This book can be used for lessons on physical changes with properties of solids liuids and gases This book shows water’s forms and the water cycle and illustrates how water impacts plants animals and human society around the world


  3. says:

    This book is a great introduction to the water cycle The poetry makes it fun to read and it gives it something special as indirect The book could also be used to introduce weather Grade 1st changes in water dealing with weather 4th water cycle


  4. says:

    Follow a water drop around the globe as solid liuid and vapor as told in rhyming verse Find the droplet with the face throughout hidden in the pages I give this a 4 to 45 rating in depth certainly but perhaps slightly too long for kids interested most in the story preK 1st grade and hunting for the picture each page I’m finding this book best for advanced science learners in K 1 or average 2nd or 3rd graders Past that my students find it too much on the young side Love the concept and execution and this book really stands out as the best I’ve found for water cycle picture books for the age range


  5. says:

    I know I'm not the target audience but I got bored rather uickly by the repeating themes; I feel like a lot of the kid I work with would also find it immensely boring especially in the target audience of 5 12 years old It's pretty repetitious even for a children's bookI also wasn't a fan of the stereotypical art for Asians that was done One scene is in Japan and of course it's a little geisha girl? Despite the fact the overwhelming majority of girls in Japan aren't you know geisha


  6. says:

    More than just the water cycle this book will get kids thinking about the importance of water and the amazing journey that drop of water has been on


  7. says:

    Fun way to learn about the water cyclekrb 4119


  8. says:

    This is another good story about the water cycle Again it's written in verse but is much longer and probably for upper elementary I like that in the back it talks about each symbol which represented a water cycle stage And those symbols are throughout the story This could give students the main idea that water moves through MANY different cycles and doesn't go to just one It really shows that it doesn't end after one cycleIn the back there is mention of a teachers guide


  9. says:

    A drop Around the World by Barbara Shaw McKinney This is a great book about water cycle and the adventure of a Drop of water as the main character where it goes to different places such as a cow's stomach on mountain peaks floods or coral reef There is a lot of vocabulary that describe the water cycle with pictures that explain and help to understand the new and advanced words This book expands children's awareness of the water cycle around the world


  10. says:

    Great book when exploring the water cycle This book also explores rhyming and different parts of the world I love the use of symbols throughout the story too


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Out of sight journey from Maine to Mumbai with just one raindrop as it touches plant animal and human life all around t. I know I'm not the target audience but I got bored rather uickly by the repeating themes; I feel like a lot of the kid I work with would also find it immensely boring especially in the target audience of 5 12 years old It's pretty repetitious even for a children's bookI also wasn't a fan of the stereotypical art for Asians that was done One scene is in Japan and of course it's a little geisha girl Despite the fact the overwhelming majority of girls in Japan aren't you know geisha Quantum Physics and the Multiplicity of Mind years old It's pretty repetitious even for a children's bookI also wasn't a fan of the stereotypical art for Asians that was done One scene is in Japan and of course it's a little geisha girl Despite the fact the overwhelming majority of girls in Japan aren't Deathgame (Hardy Boys: Casefiles, you know geisha

Summary ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Barbara McKinney

He world Traveling with Drop readers will see the world inside and out from solid liuid and vaporous viewpoint Full col. This is another good story about the water cycle Again it's written in verse but is much longer and probably for upper elementary I like that in the back it talks about each symbol which represented a water cycle stage And those symbols are throughout the story This could give students the main idea that water moves through MANY different cycles and doesn't go to just one It really shows that it doesn't end after one cycleIn the back there is mention of a teachers guide

Barbara McKinney ´ 5 Read

A drop of rain is a drop of life a drop of eternity Barbara Shaw McKinney and illustrator Michael Maydak take us on an. Gorgeous illustrations Fairly sophisticated vocabulary delivered in rhyming couplets Re read friendly