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More picture-perfect science lessons : using children's books to guide inquiry, K-4 / by Karen Ansberry, Emily Morgan.



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Ansberry, Karen Rohrich, 1966-
Publication date:
Arlington, Va. : NSTA Press, c2007.
  • Book
  • xv, 238 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Why read picture books in science class?
  • Reading aloud
  • Teaching science through inquiry
  • BSCS 5E instructional model
  • National science education standards
  • Bubbles
  • Bubble, bubble and pop! a book about bubbles
  • How big is a foot?
  • How big is a foot? and how tall, how short, how faraway
  • Hear your heart
  • Hear your heart and The busy body book : a kid's guide to fitness
  • Loco beans
  • Lucas and his loco beans : a bilingual tale of the Mexican jumping bean
  • Wiggling worms
  • Diary of a worm and Wiggling worms at work
  • Over in the ocean
  • Over in the ocean : in a coral reef and Coral reef animals
  • Be a friend to trees
  • Our tree named Steve and Be a friend to trees
  • That magnetic dog
  • That magnetic dog and Magnetic and nonmagnetic
  • Roller coasters
  • Roller coaster and I fall down
  • Mirror, mirror
  • What did they see? and I see myself
  • If you find a rock
  • If you find a rock and Rocks : hard, soft, smooth, and rough
  • Sunshine on my shoulders
  • Sunshine on my shoulders
  • Stargazers
  • When I heard the learn'd astronomer and Spots of light : a book about stars
  • Imaginative inventions
  • Imaginative inventions and Leo Cockroach, toy tester
  • A sense of wonder
  • John Muir, America's naturalist, Rachel Carson : preserving a sense of wonder, and The important book.
Morgan, Emily R. (Emily Rachel), 1973-

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