By Phyllis J. Perry
Concentrating on animals, this source is helping educators construct studying around the curriculum. It includes 4 sections - animals as pets, animals at the farm, animals within the woods and animals within the wild. every one part lists subject-specific fiction and nonfiction fabrics.
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Extra info for Exploring the World of Animals: Linking Fiction to Nonfiction (Literature Bridges to Science Series)
During past summers, the girl floated on a raft with Grandma and they had picnics at the end of the dock. In the evening, Grandpa would take the girl and Grandma for a boat ride to see the ducks and gulls. Grandma said each day would last forever because that's how long they are going to remember it. This year is different because Grandma has died. But the family returns to the cabin to keep Grandpa company. The young girl walks out to the dock. She misses her Grandma and begins to cry. Then the cat next door appears with two kittens.
What information should be given over the phone? 6 Burglaries often occur in homes while the occupants are away for a holiday or vacation. Discuss and review some things that reduce the possibility of burglary. ) Page 8 Max and Minnie by Catherine Walters New York: Peter Bedrick Books, 1992. 32p. Fiction This picture book with colorful illustrations will appeal to students in kindergarten through second grade. The settings for the book show both the comfort of a home and some dangers of venturing into the woods.
Ask a pair of students to do research to find pictures of owls. Can they identify the owl in the book? Ask them to share with the class what they learn. 5 Cats seem to enjoy sleeping by the fire. Sometimes they twitch as if they are dreaming. Invite students to write a short poem in which they describe a cat's dream. Allow time for those student who wish to share their poems with the class to do so. 6 The author of Max and Minnie lives with her two cats in England near the Yorkshire Moors. Ask two students to find out what a moor is and the location of the Yorkshire Moors.
Exploring the World of Animals: Linking Fiction to Nonfiction (Literature Bridges to Science Series) by Phyllis J. Perry