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Have you ever wanted to float on the soft downy tufts of a dandelion blowing in the wind In Dandelions Mia Posada brings to life the beauty of the flower better known as a weed and a nuisance This book invit. A charming read that points to the beauty of the underrated dandelion This children's book also includes fun facts about dandelions

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N and a section that will get readers excited about studying and discovering interesting facts about the plant on their own Make and eat your own dandelion salad with the easy to follow recipe that's include. Science book that teaches about plants and how seeds spread The book is written with rhyming words The back of the book has science activities that you can do with a dandelions to learn about how plants grow Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That'll Improve and/or Ruin Everything plant on their own Make and eat your own dandelion salad with the easy to follow recipe that's include. Science book that teaches about Discordia plants and how seeds spread The book is written with rhyming words The back of the book has science activities that you can do with a dandelions to learn about how Stage Mum plants grow

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Es readers to discover and watch the life cycles of dandelions with lush and softly colored illustrations and with a clear and simple text The book ends with a brief description of the origin of the dandelio. Personal Reaction I thought that this book was a great book to learn about dandelions I learned a lot about the life cycle of the “weed” I also really enjoyed how the author shows how the dandelion is much prettier than we tend to portray it Not only is this book informational its entertaining as wellPurposeUse in ClassroomI would read this book aloud to my students during a plantscience section Not only is this book great to show the life cycle of the dandelion it is also great to show the life cycle of plants and general It could be a great book to open up the unit and allow some discussion If I were to have my students read this book independently it would be great for students in the second or third grade Students with an interest in plants and science would get a huge kick out of itElementsThe illustrations in this story are really great and vivid They provide so much for the story and it allows the students to easily follow along and with an overall better understanding of how the process of the dandelions work Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That'll Improve and/or Ruin Everything prettier than we tend to Discordia portray it Not only is this book informational its entertaining as wellPurposeUse in ClassroomI would read this book aloud to my students during a Stage Mum plantscience section Not only is this book great to show the life cycle of the dandelion it is also great to show the life cycle of A Faint Cold Fear (Grant County, plants and general It could be a great book to open up the unit and allow some discussion If I were to have my students read this book independently it would be great for students in the second or third grade Students with an interest in Sweet Mandarin plants and science would get a huge kick out of itElementsThe illustrations in this story are really great and vivid They Sweet Mandarin: The Courageous True Story of Three Generations of Chinese Women and their Journey from East to West provide so much for the story and it allows the students to easily follow along and with an overall better understanding of how the The Lost Heart of Asia process of the dandelions work


10 thoughts on “Dandelions Stars in the Grass

  1. says:

    A charming little book about a plant that can really get under a gardener's skin But poor dandelions can really get a bad rap even though they're an important part of the ecosystem They're especially appreciated if you're a tortoise keeper My only issue with dandelions being that they're mostly non native in North America Nevertheless this book takes a first step in teaching children that every organism in an ecosystem has value making it a worthy addition for the ecologically minded parent The poem part would make a great board book


  2. says:

    A charming read that points to the beauty of the underrated dandelion This children's book also includes fun facts about dandelions


  3. says:

    6118 Read with Naomi Julia who love dandelions


  4. says:

    Another Mia Posada book that is well written and illustrated for k 3rd graders This book describes parts of a dandelion where it grows and the different insects that visit them It also has information on the life cycle of a dandelion and explains how the tufts float away and into soil where they start growing a new plant


  5. says:

    Personal Reaction I thought that this book was a great book to learn about dandelions I learned a lot about the life cycle of the “weed” I also really enjoyed how the author shows how the dandelion is much prettier than we tend to portray it Not only is this book informational its entertaining as wellPurposeUse in ClassroomI would read this book aloud to my students during a plantscience section Not only is this book great to show the life cycle of the dandelion it is also great to show the life cycle of plants and general It could be a great book to open up the unit and allow some discussion If I were to have my students read this book independently it would be great for students in the second or third grade Students with an interest in plants and science would get a huge kick out of itElementsThe illustrations in this story are really great and vivid They provide so much for the story and it allows the students to easily follow along and with an overall better understanding of how the process of the dandelions work


  6. says:

    This book is all about dandelions How they grow how the look and their life stages It is all done in a very poetic way The book tells the reader in what season the dandelions will bloom And how they are visited by bees and butterflies It also shows how dandelions survive from season to season I like this book because the words aren’t straight on the page all the time They curve around the flowers and the words used are very creative It shows very detailed pictures of dandelions I would use this book in a class room setting because it teaches students about these flowers It teaches them how they grow what they look like life stages and how they make dandelions


  7. says:

    This book was be a great addition to the classroom library across elementary grade levels Though the book is on the Pre K or kindergarten reading level it could be studied by elementary students of higher grades to introduce reading writing or science concepts The poetic text incites the senses and that can be used to teach imaging This book could also be used as an example of how to write poetically in informational text across genres I would use it in science class to engage the students in a lesson about the life cycle of a plant or to explore the dandelion plant


  8. says:

    This book follows the process of the dandelion seeds floating on the wind and planting dandelions My girls have blown off the seeds and are like all kids who see this weed as a beautiful yellow flower It was a fun read


  9. says:

    Science book that teaches about plants and how seeds spread The book is written with rhyming words The back of the book has science activities that you can do with a dandelions to learn about how plants grow


  10. says:

    This book describes the life cycle of a dandelion It's pictures are helpful in describing what is happening to the dandelion and some of the text curves or is different colors making it interesting This book also has suggestions at the back for ways to further study dandelions


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