In Artic Waters ePUB ´ In Artic PDF or

In Artic Waters ePUB ´ In Artic PDF or


In Artic Waters [BOOKS] ⚣ In Artic Waters Author Laura Crawford – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk This arctic adaptation of This is the House that Jack Built follows polar bears walruses seals narwhals and beluga whales as they chase each other around the ice that floats in the Arctic waters Not o This arctic adaptation of This is the House that Jack Built follows polar bears walruses seals narwhals In Artic PDF or and beluga whales as they chase each other around the ice that floats in the Arctic waters Not only is the rhythmic cumulative prose good for early readers; it is a pure delight to read aloud The For Creative Minds section helps children learn how these animals live in the cold icy arctic region.

  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • In Artic Waters
  • Laura Crawford
  • English
  • 02 May 2016
  • 9780976882343

About the Author: Laura Crawford

Laura Crawford was an accomplished teacher and reading specialist at Sleepy Hollow School in the Chicago area In Artic PDF or While teaching a science unit on the Arctic region she became fascinated with the uniue animals of the Arctic The cumulative tale In Arctic Waters is the result of her curiosity and was written with her students in mind Laura also authored The Pilgrims’ Thanksgiving From A to Z The.



6 thoughts on “In Artic Waters

  1. Jonnathan Ortiz Jonnathan Ortiz says:

    In Arctic waters helps children learn how animals live in cold icy arctic regions The last few pages of the book have scientific information which you could use to study some of the animals mentionedI could use this book in my class when going over the arctic region of the world and talk about animals that live in that climate Also I could do an interactive activity with the students to make an ecosystem of the arctic region and have them label different animals as well as different types of regions in the ecosystem

  2. Allyson Goose Allyson Goose says:

    A fun combination of fiction and non fiction with extra factual information at the end I appreciated the culturally sensitive appropriate by today's standards information about Inuit people

  3. Heather Heather says:

    An arctic version of the House that Jack Built Cute illustrations although most of the animals look grouchy cranky and mean according to my 3 yr old The rhyming text flows well And then it ends Rather abruptlyThe last few pages of the book have scientific information which you could use to study some of the animals mentioned like the polar bear and narwhal etcA nice little book If you can find it check it out

  4. Amy Amy says:

    This is a cute book I like that exposes kids to some of the lesser known arctic animals Beluga Narwhal and the rhyming is uite nice However it ends uite abruptly like the author grew bored of it or ran out of space

  5. Michelle Michelle says:

    A little repetitive for me as an adult and though the art is interesting it wasn't my favorite At the end it did have animal facts which I think is great for educating kids

  6. Mary and Rich Chamberlin Mary and Rich Chamberlin says:

    Although we're biased we're in her writers group we love this atory

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6 thoughts on “In Artic Waters

  1. Jonnathan Ortiz Jonnathan Ortiz says:

    In Arctic waters helps children learn how animals live in cold icy arctic regions The last few pages of the book have scientific information which you could use to study some of the animals mentionedI could use this book in my class when going over the arctic region of the world and talk about animals that live in that climate Also I could do an interactive activity with the students to make an ecosystem of the arctic region and have them label different animals as well as different types of regions in the ecosystem

  2. Allyson Goose Allyson Goose says:

    A fun combination of fiction and non fiction with extra factual information at the end I appreciated the culturally sensitive appropriate by today's standards information about Inuit people

  3. Heather Heather says:

    An arctic version of the House that Jack Built Cute illustrations although most of the animals look grouchy cranky and mean according to my 3 yr old The rhyming text flows well And then it ends Rather abruptlyThe last few pages of the book have scientific information which you could use to study some of the animals mentioned like the polar bear and narwhal etcA nice little book If you can find it check it out

  4. Amy Amy says:

    This is a cute book I like that exposes kids to some of the lesser known arctic animals Beluga Narwhal and the rhyming is uite nice However it ends uite abruptly like the author grew bored of it or ran out of space

  5. Michelle Michelle says:

    A little repetitive for me as an adult and though the art is interesting it wasn't my favorite At the end it did have animal facts which I think is great for educating kids

  6. Mary and Rich Chamberlin Mary and Rich Chamberlin says:

    Although we're biased we're in her writers group we love this atory

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