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The Clouds (Randy's Corner: I Spy Up in the…

The Clouds (Randy's Corner: I Spy Up in the Sky)

by Tamra Orr

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This is a children’s non-fiction book geared for grades 1 – 5. Even though
this book is non-fiction, it is told in rhyme, and it uses fun poems to give
students information about each type of cloud, and how they are all
unique. The book uses real pictures of clouds as a background for each
poem, so that students can have a visual of what the poem is describing.
At the end of the book, the author also placed a glossary, and a graphic
organizer for all the information given in the book. I came across this book
while researching different “weather” units, and the books that teachers
use to intertwine language arts and science. ( )
  danimeineke | Nov 18, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 158415974X, Library Binding)

Have you lain in the grass and stared up at the clouds? Did you spot a dragon overhead or perhaps a puffy ice cream cone? Finding shapes in clouds is fun and so is finding out about the different kinds of clouds. Why is one cloud tall and white while another is flat and gray? Which ones tell you when a storm is on the way? In this delightful rhyming book, find out which clouds are which and what their fancy names reveal about them.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:21:31 -0400)

Different kinds of clouds and their functions are described in rhyming verse.

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