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Science Kids: Polar Lands by Margaret Hynes
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Science Kids: Polar Lands

by Margaret Hynes

Series: Science Kids

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This is an informational book appropriate for intermediate grade levels.
The media is a mixture of photography and colored pencil.
This book is written in a paragraph and caption form. Instead of it being written in full paragraph form where it is a continuum from one to the next, it is more like short paragraphs explaining the different pictures on the page. Most pages have various pictures of one aspect of the Arctic or Antarctic lands, including animals, icebergs, Inuit people, whales, etc. The book includes a tidbit about the scientific research that has been done or is being done in the polar lands, and at the end it includes a few step-by-step activities, mainly crafts, relating to some of the concepts in the book. There is even a penguin mask template included. This book is a good informational book by the vocabulary and information provided, but it does not cite its research or sources.
This book could be used in a study on climate
This book could be used in a unit about animals who live in the tundra or water. ( )
  ChantalBerho | Oct 24, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0753461668, Paperback)

The world of science has never been so accessible to young readers! Science
Kids books offer a learning experience that kids, parents, and teachers are
sure to love. The lively and engaging text explains the basic principles of
favorite science subjects. Illustrations and stunning photography zoom in
on interesting details, and fun projects encourage further learning.


Take a journey to the coldest places on Earth. Discover the plants and animals that have adapted to survive
in frigid climates, and learn about exploration, research, and protecting this remarkable environment.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:27 -0400)

Teaches the reader about arctic food chains, igloos and icebergs. Includes craft activities and notes for parents and teachers.

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