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From Seed to Plant by Gail Gibbons
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From Seed to Plant (original 1991; edition 2012)

by Gail Gibbons, Gail Gibbons (Illustrator)

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Title:From Seed to Plant
Authors:Gail Gibbons
Other authors:Gail Gibbons (Illustrator)
Info:Live Oak Media (NY) (2012), Edition: Pap/Com, Paperback
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Rating:*****
Tags:science, plants, flowers, life cycles, diagrams

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From Seed to Plant by Gail Gibbons (1991)

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Gail Gibbons writes the best nonfiction books for primary learners. They are always engaging for the students and she has a knack for explaining difficult content in a way that young readers can understand. ( )
  rcarter6 | Feb 18, 2014 |
This book gives an introduction to plant growth and reproduction.as well as basic information with plant cycles. The pictures throughout this book are very clear and realistic; they demonstrate exactly what they are supposed to. I may use this book to teach about plant cycles and have them draw pictures of the plant cycles to see if they comprehend it. I would give them the option to draw a picture about the cycle or they can simply write an explanation to see if they comprehended the material.
  Courtney1114 | Dec 3, 2013 |
nice science book about how plant grow. Step by step guide easy to understand. ( )
  RoniDavis | Nov 3, 2013 |
Shows all kinds of different seeds. Shows the different part of the flower and how they pollinate or get pollinated. Where the seeds come from and how they get replanted, such as wild flowers. Also, talks about a handful of different foods we get from seeds and how they get planted and that they need water.
Source: Pierce County Library
Age: 3-5
  bugsavannah | May 11, 2013 |
This is a great book by Gail Gibbons that traces the life cycle of plants. It has informative text and great illustrations/images and labeled diagrams of different parts of flowers and plants. This would be a great text to have in your classroom when covering life cycles of plants. ( )
  ccostakis | Nov 13, 2012 |
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Most plants make seeds.
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Animals help scatter seeds, too. They hide acorns and nuts in the ground. Some seeds have hooks that stick to the fur of animals or people's clothes.
A seed contains the beginning of a new plant.
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Explores the intricate relationship between seeds and the plants which they produce.

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Explores the intricate relationship between seeds and the plants which they produce.

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