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Robin Koontz

Autor/a de What Was Hurricane Katrina?

90+ obres 1,786 Membres 17 Ressenyes

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Obres de Robin Koontz

What Was Hurricane Katrina? (2015) 264 exemplars
Why A Dog? By A. Cat (2000) 194 exemplars
Butterfly Spring (2009) 151 exemplars
The Three Billy Goats and Gruff (2011) 30 exemplars
A Visit To A Pueblo (2005) 27 exemplars
This Old Man: The Counting Song (1988) 15 exemplars
Dinosaur Dream (1988) 11 exemplars
Binoculars (How It Works) (2014) 8 exemplars
Chicago and the Cat (1993) 8 exemplars
Bug (2019) 7 exemplars
The science of a tsunami (2015) 6 exemplars
Indigenous Peoples (2013) 6 exemplars
Computer Mouse (How It Works) (2014) 6 exemplars
What's great about Missouri? (2015) 5 exemplars
Nature inspired contraptions (2018) 5 exemplars
Light in the real world (2013) 3 exemplars
Volcanologists (2015) 3 exemplars
TV Remotes (How It Works) (2014) 2 exemplars
Invention of robotics (2020) 2 exemplars
Risky Business (2005) 2 exemplars
Tai chi for fun! (2008) 1 exemplars
Let's hear it for Great Danes (2017) 1 exemplars
Carlsbad Caverns (2019) 1 exemplars
Making Clay (2006) 1 exemplars
Entomologists (2015) 1 exemplars

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Nom oficial
Koontz, Robin Michal
Gènere
female
Nacionalitat
USA
Lloc de naixement
Wheaton, Maryland, USA
Professions
writer
illustrator

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1. I would recommend this book in a lower level elementary classroom.
2.This book is a song book and goes through the story of a little toy and adds one each time. It uses counting to rhyme its poem.
3.I will definitely use and have this book in my future classroom.
 
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Jennamh8 | Mar 18, 2024 |
 
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Shakari | Nov 12, 2021 |
This story falls under the easy to read genre with its controlled vocabulary perfect for beginning readers. It provides factual information about a variety of different animals, which allows the book to also classify as a non-fiction information book. In the story, two very different animals are compared and contrasted. Facts are given on what makes the two animals different and what makes the two animals similar. Not only will that help extend the students' knowledge on the animals at hand, it will also model the concept of comparing/contrasting. If I were to use this book in my classroom, I would either read the book aloud or have them read in small groups. Throughout the story, I would point out the similarities and differences that the animals have. I would also highlight key words that help tell us if the trait is a similarity or difference, like "also" and "unlike" respectively. After reading the story, I would show the students how to create Venn Diagrams with the similarities in the center where each circle overlaps and the differences on the respective side of the animal that they belong to. I think this book provides the opportunity to address an important concept at an understandable and appropriate level for early readers. I truly think this would be great to use in my classroom!… (més)
 
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Katie_Morgan | Mar 22, 2020 |

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Obres
90
També de
3
Membres
1,786
Popularitat
#14,416
Valoració
3.9
Ressenyes
17
ISBN
312
Llengües
2

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