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In volle vaart de Cruschiform
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In volle vaart (edició 2014)

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Animals and objects are grouped together by their speed, from slowest to fastest, including such things as elephants, hares, tanks, biplanes, and tennis balls.
Membre:Bieb_Juliana
Títol:In volle vaart
Autors:Cruschiform
Informació:Amsterdam Rubinstein 2014
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Full Speed Ahead!: How Fast Things Go de Cruschiform

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This minimalist picture book compares the speeds of different things ranging from animals, to machines, to the rotation of planet earth. The author begins at 0.2 miles per hour and ends the book at 60,000 miles per hour.

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I think this book is a great example of science picture book to have in an early elementary classroom. Though there are not very many words on each page, the meaning is clear. Additionally, the author includes both metric and standard speed measurements. This book would be a great way to have younger students begin to make comparisons between different things by identifying which objects were able to move at similar speeds. Further inquiry can take place by having students notice the similarities between the things that move at the same speed. They can then discuss why those factors might help an animal or machine to move faster or slower. ( )
  rstewart15 | Sep 8, 2018 |
This book is an interesting one, because it features very few words. The book is structured to show a speed on the left page, and a person/animal/thing that goes that speed on the right. The book starts at .3km/h, and works its way up to +100,000 km/h for a shooting star. At the end of the book, there is a comprehensive glossary of all the subjects featured, as well as speed itself. I really enjoyed the simplicity of this book as well as its sophisticated illustrations. When studying force and motion, this would be a great reference for students, or a good conversation starter, as it doesn't impose too many ideas upon the reader. ( )
  ShelbyEllis | Sep 5, 2017 |
I give this one a meh. The illustrations are OK, and speed is always a fun thing talk about with kids, but this book just didn't do it for me. The theme of the book was to state a speed and then represent that speed with a few example of vehicles or animals that function at that speed. Not much more to it than that. I suppose you could use this book when discussing story problems or speed in relation to math. Possible science. ( )
  nicholekoch | Dec 2, 2016 |
An exceptionally cool collection of unlikely comparisons with information accessible and easy for young children to grasp. ( )
  Sullywriter | May 22, 2015 |
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