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El movimiento: Tira y empuja, rápido y despacio (Ciencia asombrosa)… (edition 2007)

by Darlene R. Stille (Author), Sheree Boyd (Illustrator)

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Explore the concepts of motion by learning about movement, speed, force, and inertia.
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Title:El movimiento: Tira y empuja, rápido y despacio (Ciencia asombrosa) (Spanish Edition)
Authors:Darlene R. Stille (Author)
Other authors:Sheree Boyd (Illustrator)
Info:Picture Window Books (2007), 24 pages
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Motion: Push and Pull, Fast and Slow (Amazing Science) by Darlene R. Stille

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This book introduces the concept of movement, speed, force, inertia. It also does a great job introducing students to the concepts of science and STEM. I loved reading through this book because the author did a great job break things down into the basics as well as embedding fun facts to deepen and broaden the understanding. Even though this book introduces big topics, the author does a wonderful job breaking them down into kid friendly language and concepts. I would read this book to 1st grade probably to introduce the same concepts and conduct motion experiments in class. An experiment that would be possible to do and understand would be falling paper or testing friction. ( )
  kstapleton16 | Oct 20, 2019 |
Something that really stands out about the book is that the whole book has a question that has to do with movement. Its first generates a questions for students to think what is movement and how is that movement produce. They are questions that students are able to understand and maybe wonder. I like the ideas that are being reflect of movement in our every day life. For example it goes from what we do outside to what is happening with the falling of rain drops and leaves. It really does give students a wide range for them to think and wonder. The book is really engaging and also pictures are a great help. Student probably 2nd to 3rd or 4th grade would enjoy. ( )
  caguilarramirez16 | May 31, 2019 |
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Review: "Motion" is good science book to use with kinder to second grade students. This book can be used when teaching students about force and motion. This book would probably be best to use when introducing students to key vocabulary words such as force, motion, inertia, friction etc. ( )
  DaliaL. | Sep 12, 2017 |
This book was a great literacy lesson on glossaries and indexes. This book also has a more descriptive notes at the bottom. For a book about force this book could actually make sense to younger students. It brings everyday examples of riding busses and swinging as a way of explaining force and motion. I loved this book and I think students would too. It made hard ideas simpler to understand with examples.
  alewis14 | Sep 2, 2017 |
a discussion of forces of motions
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