Planet Earth/Inside Out

Planet Earth Inside Out What if we could open up our planet and look inside From its red hot core to the highest mountain peak come see Earth as you ve never seen it before in a colorful introduction to the powerful forces

  • Title: Planet Earth/Inside Out
  • Author: Gail Gibbons
  • ISBN: 9780688158491
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • What if we could open up our planet and look inside From its red hot core to the highest mountain peak, come see Earth as you ve never seen it before in a colorful introduction to the powerful forces shaping our home.

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    1. The Earth can be a tough topic to study as a child, especially concepts like tectonic plates, gravity and the layers of Earth's crust. Gail Gibbons has a way of laying these kinds of big topics out in a highly digestible, yet not dumbed-down way. Her wonderful illustrations always help to convey appropriate information in a unique and exciting way. Some people argue that nonfiction texts are more effective with photographs, while I agree that children should be exposed to real life images and ex [...]

    2. Explains the aspects of planet Earth. Gravity, Pangaea, the layers inside the Earth, plates, faults, earthquakes, volcanoes, under the ocean, and types of rocks.6th Grade New Mexico Science Standards:Strand II. Standard I. 5-8 Benchmark III. 1Strand II. Standard I. 5-8 Benchmark III. 2Strand II. Standard III. 5-8 Benchmark II. 1Strand II. Standard III. 5-8 Benchmark II. 2Strand II. Standard III. 5-8 Benchmark II. 3Strand II. Standard III. 5-8 Benchmark II. 5*Available at Albuquerque/Bernalillo C [...]

    3. You'll probably get sick of me saying how much I love Gail Gibbons. (In a strictly she's-a-great-author kind of way). But I do. Deal with it.We used this book when learning about the structure of the earth. It was very clear and the illustrations helped support and strengthen the written explanations.It's on our list to use again. One of the best books on the topic. But with all of her books, I like to find actual pictures to go along with it.

    4. Just read everything by Gail Gibbons. This one not as strong as some of the others, such as How to Build a House, but still very good. Ages 4-8.

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