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Once There Was a Raindrop (Nature's Miracles) (2009)

by Judith Anderson

Other authors: Mike Gordon (Illustrator)

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discusses the water cycle. relates back to real world applications and situations.
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  TUCC | Aug 4, 2016 |
This is a great book for a lesson on the water cycle. It could be a good resource for a lesson to teach sequencing through the various stages of the water cycle. It also has nicely illustrated pictures that would allow students to make text-to-self connections ( )
  BrittanyMartell | Nov 16, 2011 |
This is a very fun & interesting take on a single raindrop. It allows younger readers to learn about the process of rain, evaporation, climate, weather, snow, & water. A wonderful way to get children to learn about the outdoors! A fun series. ( )
  chelsiking | Mar 15, 2010 |
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It's raining. Rain is made up of lots of tiny drops of water.
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This is a great book for a lesson on the water cycle. It could be a good resource for a lesson to teach sequencing through the various stages of the water cycle. It also teaches specific vocabulary related to the water cycle, for example: evaporation and condensation. It also has nicely illustrated pictures that would allow students to make text-to-self connections
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Nature's Miracles titles encourage children to explore the natural world for themselves by observing nature's activities. The books also encourage kids to take part in activities of their own that promote a sense of responsibility toward the Earth's plants, animals, and natural resources. Each book presents a cheerfully illustrated story about children who explore nature's wonders. Notes for parents and teachers that follow each story suggest activities, further reading, and Web sites related to the book's theme. Color illustrations on every page. When this story's children grow curious about falling rain, their teacher explains how rain flows into drains and streams, and finally into the sea. Then the sun heats the water and some of it rises into the atmosphere, where once again it falls as rain or snow.

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Introduces the water cycle, explaining how rain fills lakes and other bodies of water, is warmed and evaporated into the air, and changed by cooler temperatures back into rain or snow.

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