Multcolib School Corps Picks Weather Grades K-2
Annotation:Introduces readers to snow and discusses topics such as different types of snowstorms, regions where snow falls, and how to prepare when a snowstorm approaches.
Annotation:The Weather takes young readers through the many different features of weather, from the makings of a thunderstorm to weather forecasting. Easy-to-follow text and exciting photographs make learning about weather simple.
Annotation:Contains sixty-five activities that introduce readers to scientific exploration, including such subjects as weather, soil science, plants, color, and light.
Annotation:Rain--it makes puddles for jumping in, helps birds to clean their feathers and brings out snails and worms. But what is rain? And how does it transform the world around us?
Annotation:The wind -- we feel it on our skin, we hear it whistle and we watch it shape the clouds in the sky. But what is the wind? Open the flaps to find the science of the wind and related topics clearly explained. Discover why the wind blows, how leaves are blown from trees, where the wind blows a seed and much more.
Annotation:What Makes Weather? Follow the pathway across each page to find out what clouds are made of, why it rains and snows, what causes thunder and lightning, how strong wind can blow, and much, much more!
Annotation:Kids love to play in the snow! This interesting book teaches young children about the mysterious white flakes that drift from the sky on chilly days.
Annotation:Do you ever wake up and wonder what the weather will be? Instead of turning on the TV to find out, you can just look out your window at the clouds. How do you know what type of clouds can forecast a change of weather? Read and find out.
Annotation:Highlights a wide variety of weather conditions by taking a tour around the world and examining weather in different places on the same day in March.
Annotation:Answers questions related to the sun and weather such as, does the sun make it rain, do the seasons change because of the sun, and how do you measure temperature?
Annotation:Where do snowflakes come from? what shapes can they be? where does the snow go when it melts? learn the answers to these questions, and many other, as you start reading about snow.