The question and answer series TGTB is publishing to go with their science units is so fun. We like to read a couple questions each day that we do our science lessons. This book covers oceans, groundwater, freshwater, and more.
There were some challenging concepts but they were broken down and easy to understand. We got this to do with the Water Science unit but have already read it cover to cover.
My kids and I like to take turns teaching each other about the fascinating facts we learn in the question and answer books. They are great for little hands and the illustrations and pictures are beautiful and captivating. These books are ac favorite of my son.
My kids have really enjoyed these science Question and Answer books. I think it engages their minds more than just a book full of facts. They try to see if they know the correct answer before I read it to them. We learned many interesting things about water from this book!
This book has great questions—some of which my children have actually asked before—and the answers are clear and interesting, even fascinating. I thought the layout of the book was nicely done too. It’s an excellent book!
Is a one-foot-tall tsunami a cause for concern? Are there freshwater springs in the ocean? What do growlers and bergy bits have in common? With topics ranging from shipwrecks on the seafloor to the polar ice caps, this beautifully designed book highlights the wonder of water, our most valuable resource.
36 pages, full-color, 8.5×5.5, written by Anthony Klemm
This book is suggested to accompany our Water and Our World science unit as extra reading for students in Grades 7-8.
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