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What Makes the Seasons? de Megan Montague…
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What Makes the Seasons? (edició 2004)

de Megan Montague Cash

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Easy rhyming text describes how plants grow and respond to seasonal changes.
Membre:amartin2787
Títol:What Makes the Seasons?
Autors:Megan Montague Cash
Informació:Viking Books (2004), Hardcover, 32 pages
Col·leccions:La teva biblioteca
Valoració:****1/2
Etiquetes:nonfiction, information storybook, 500s, 34p, PK-3

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This book is about the different seasons. This book talks about how plants and flowers grow depending on the season. This is the perfect introduction to weather and seasons for young children. I love the bright colors and beautiful illustrations of each season. The rhyming verses also make the book fun for young children. I think this book would be great for young children to understand how the seasons change four times a year and how the earth’s trip around the sun affects the seasons. ( )
  KRWallace | Nov 11, 2019 |
This book presents the seasons and explains what happens during each one. It also explains why seasons occur and change. It engages the reader through out the book by asking questions in the story.

Ages: 3-6
Source: Book was used for strategy instruction: Effective Questioning for Adv Lang and Literacy Methods Class at Pierce College
  StephanieCoppolino | Mar 1, 2018 |
This book goes through the season and talks about what it is like for each season. What are some of the things you would see in a particular season?

Age- 2-6
Source- Chief Leschi School
  Otellie | Feb 28, 2018 |
“What Makes the Seasons” is a good book that informs readers the characteristics of each season and why certain seasonal events occur. Overall, the book is great because it is informational and poetic. I loved the language and writing in this story. “The sun grows dim, the wind blows cold. Green leaves turn to red and gold.” Not only does the author introduce rhyming schemes, but she uses descriptive language/words that entail what the seasons are like when they change. The plot of the story is well-paced and organized as well. The author starts off with spring, and slowly rolls into summer, autumn, and then winter. Her transitions are smooth. For example, “Spring was here but couldn't stay. Spring left on a summer day.” Another example of this is, “But when the summer days are done, the autumn days have just begun.” The illustrations of this story are very important because they show what the text is saying. On one specific page the text says, “Leaves use sun to make the food. When there's less sun, leaves come unglued.” The illustration shows a tree with green leaves with a sun in the left corner. Then, on the next page, there is a tree with no leaves and the sun hiding in the left corner. I would like to use this book for my future classroom. ( )
  yyoon4 | Sep 25, 2014 |
This is an excellent book for a young reader to learn about the changing seasons. The entire book rhymes and asks questions to the reader of why certain things happen within each season, "Why is this the growing season? Plants grow tall, but what's the reason?" I like how the questions are then answered through more rhymes and does not get into too much scientific readings, which is good for the young age group targeted. I also like how it shows the fun each season can bring to a child. The message in this book is definitely to educate children on the simple reasons why things happen during each of the four seasons. ( )
  kwiggi3 | Apr 8, 2014 |
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