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Things That Float and Things That Don't (edició 2014)

de David A. Adler (Autor), Anna Raff (Il·lustrador)

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11219196,023 (4.06)No n'hi ha cap
"An apple floats in a tub of water, but a ball of aluminum foil sinks to the bottom. But wait. If that same ball of foil is flattened out and shaped into a boat, it floats! How can that be? David A. Adler's clear, concise text and Anna Raff's delightful illustrations explain the basic principles of flotation and density in a way that will really sink in"--Front dust jacket flap.… (més)
Membre:ekelley05
Títol:Things That Float and Things That Don't
Autors:David A. Adler (Autor)
Altres autors:Anna Raff (Il·lustrador)
Informació:Holiday House (2014), 32 pages
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Valoració:*****
Etiquetes:No n'hi ha cap

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Things That Float and Things That Don't de David A. Adler

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The Book Things That Float and Things That Don't by David A. Adler is a book that explains why certain things float and why they don't, diving into density and what it means. I liked this book becasue it answered even some of my questions about density. I think Density is a hard concept for you students to understand but this book does a great job explaining it and even encourages students to try it on their own. I liked the illustrations in this book too. It made it easier to understand objects and the reasons they may sink and float. I would use this in my k-5 classroom when teaching density. It is a great anticipatory set to build background knowledge before a science experiment or even an engineering experiment when students must create a boat that can hold pennies and float! ( )
  mbrock17 | Oct 18, 2020 |
The book taught about destiny while also explaining how students could experiment with different objects in their sink to see what will float. The book in a way gave directions for students to follow, if you were reading this allowed for your class before having your students experiment with destiny than I would pause before the book gives away too many answers to what the students will find. You could finish the books when the students are done experimenting. I liked this book because it helped explain why some things float and others don't. It even talked about how if you change the shape of on object it could go from not being able to float to being able to (or the other way around). With students, I would either use this for a science lesson but probably not read the whole book before they experiment (since it will give answers away) or I would use this book in an engineering/science lesson. For the engineering lesson, I'd read the book and then present a problem. Possibly I'd have the create boats that float. ( )
  Ashley_marie17 | Sep 8, 2020 |
This books explores density and buoyancy by prompting readers to try all kinds of different activities involving things that may or may not float in water. The book does feature a few bolded vocabulary words, like density, displacing, and cubic foot. When i read this book, it reminded me of one of the science probes we did in class the other week about density. This book could be used in conjunction with this probe to start a unit exploring density, doing the probe first, then reading this after further discussion. You could also pick some of the activities in the book to demonstrate the concepts, or have students pick some of the activities they want to do and explain why the object sank or floated. ( )
  LivCerna | Nov 9, 2019 |
This book is super interesting and would be a great book for students. It talks about a lot of different things that can either float or sink and why. It even brings in vocabulary that you could talk about before doing lessons so they understand what that means in a real world context. This book is also really cool because it gives multiple examples of different things that sink or float. This could be a really good example of guiding them through the experiment because they will see what will happen, however, they can be encouraged to think critically about the idea. You could even use this book to talk about different things that would float or sink that are not in this book in a different lesson to work off of that idea.
  MichaelaGennaro | Oct 25, 2019 |
This book is awesome. It takes the reader through wondering which things float and which things don't. First, it guides the reader through exploring objects on their on to find which objects float and which objects don't in their house. Second, it has the reader create a table of the objects found around the house and the guess of it will float or not and the actual answer of it actually floats or not. After the self exploration the book gives examples of other things that float or not as well as talk about the density of things. I would love to read this book to my class and allow them to do the exploration part on their own and discuss their observations. After their own exploration I would continue to read the book as a discussion. ( )
  kstapleton16 | Oct 20, 2019 |
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"An apple floats in a tub of water, but a ball of aluminum foil sinks to the bottom. But wait. If that same ball of foil is flattened out and shaped into a boat, it floats! How can that be? David A. Adler's clear, concise text and Anna Raff's delightful illustrations explain the basic principles of flotation and density in a way that will really sink in"--Front dust jacket flap.

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