2 edition of Looking closely. found in the catalog.
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Another routine for looking closely is the Elaboration Game. This picture of practice essay shares a version that was adapted by educator Tatum Omari for a group of young learners to examine a tortilla press during their unit of study about bread making. Every chance to look closely reveals new layers of complexity to explore. Try pairing fiction with nonfiction books and exploring different genres (like poetry and biographies) and formats (like graphic novels and audio books). You'll be creating your own "text sets" — collections of texts focused on a specific topic, such as homes and habitats. Looking Closely Along the Shore. By: Frank Serafini. Age Level: 3.
Kindergarten-Grade 3—Close-ups of a portion of a pond animal, insect, or plant on a spread invite children to guess the featured subject. The book opens with box turtles, which stay close to shore, "because they are not very good swimmers." Such rhyming questions as "What do you see?/A leaf?/A net?/What could it be?" prompt a guessing game.5/5(2). This was the first Laura Caldwell book I had ever read so I can't relate LOOK CLOSELY to the author's chick-lit reputation, but I can say that this book is non-stop suspense, the kind that you can't put down and the kind that keeps you guessing all the way to the stunning end.
Readers will learn about a variety of animals and plants in this interactive book that encourages imagination and instills a respect for nature. Readers are prompted to carefully consider each of the colorful, close-up Looking Closely in the Rain Forest. Paperback Book Out Of Stock. Out Of Stock Email me when back in stock. Top. x. Once acquired, any Tale Book can be equipped and read from the Map Radial Menu, viewed with the Primary Use button (/) and showed with Secondary Use (/). When looking closely at the Tale Book with Primary Use it's pages can be turned (Previous Page: Q / ; Next Page: E /). A Tall Tale can be voted to be cancelled at the Voyage Table of the Ship.
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With three previous regular chick lit novels under her belt, Laura Caldwell's Looking closely. book book "Look Closely" is a suspense/mystery chick lit novel - one that I found hard to put down.
It all begins when New York City Attorney Hailey Sutter receives an anonymous letter one day that simply reads: "There is no statute of limitations on murder/5(16).
Nobody knows this better than veteran teacher Laurie Rubin. In To Look Closely: Science and Literacy in the Natural World, she demonstrates how nature study can help students become careful, intentional observers of all they see, growing into stronger readers, writers, mathematicians, and scientists in.
Look Closely was a good mystery novel. I’m glad that the author decided to focus on the mystery itself rather than touching a bit on the mystery and focus on romance. Although the mystery was a bit predictable, I find that this book was an absolute page turner/5.
Product details Age Range: 4 - 7 years Grade Level: Preschool - 2 Lexile Measure: ADL (What's this?) Series: Looking Closely Hardcover: 40 pages Publisher: Kids Can Press (March 1, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN ASIN: Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 5/5(2).
This book in the Looking Closely series will take children on a journey of discovery across the desert Looking closely. book inspiring them to ask questions and use their Our Stores Are OpenBook AnnexMembershipEducatorsGift CardsStores & EventsHelp AllBooksebooksNOOKTextbooksNewsstandTeensKidsToysGames & CollectiblesGift, Home & Author: Frank Serafini.
Nobody knows this better than veteran teacher Laurie Rubin. In To Look Closely: Science and Literacy in the Natural World, she demonstrates how nature study can help students become careful, intentional observers of all they see, growing into stronger readers, writers, mathematicians, and scientists in /5(13).
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Looking closely at the details, select the answer that properly cites lines from a poem. 2 Yeats writes of love past the bloom of youth in "When You are Old," with lines such as "But one man loved the pilgrim soul in you, / And loved the sorrows of your changing face" ().
Looking Closely Along the Shore An International Reading Association's Teachers' Choice Award Winner () Bank Street College Outstanding Non-Fiction picturebook () Honors Recognition – Society of School Librarians International for Looking Closely Along the Shore (). Looking Closely in the Rain Forest by Serafini is an informational book that teaches about the creatures and life in the rain forest.
It asks the audience to look closely at certain animals or plants that live in the rain forest. After introducing the living organism, Serafini discusses it /5. Soviet archaeological research in southern Turkmenistan revealed a series of small Late Neolithic and Aeneolithic villages strung along the streams that emerge from the Kopet Dag and water the narrow foothill zone separating the mountains from the Kara Kum desert.
A commonly accepted premise of their work was that these communities garnered their technological knowledge if not their Author: Susan Pollock, Reinhard Bernbeck Birgül Öğüt. Looking Closely at Children Examples of Learning Stories. Here are eight Learning Stories for you to download, discuss, and offer to others in order to spread ever more widely the practice of pedagogical narration following Margaret Carr and Wendy Lee’s exemplars of Learning Stories.
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Frank Serafini's camera lens enlarges each world through the magic of close-up photography/5(6). The Looking Closely series takes children on a journey of discovery through four environments the forest, the shore, the desert and the garden.
Frank Serafini's camera lens enlarges each world through the magic of close-up photography. Young eyes will rediscover our /5. Josie Iselin is a fine art photographer and book author passionate about the natural world around her.
Josie is intent on looking closely at the objects of our world and asking how we can learn both about and from them. Her newest book, The Curious World of Seaweed, takes a deep dive into the ocean universe of marine algae, creating a nexus where art and science converge.
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Put your arms around somebody else Don't punish yourself, punish yourself Truth is like blood underneath your fingernails. Looking closely through the Forest by Frank Serafini is an interactive kid’s book about the creatures and plants you can find in a forest.
Every example is initially introduced with a high resolution close-up of the subject. The book gives the reader as second to figure out what the subject is/5.
What I love about Frank Serafini's Looking Closely books is the photography and the clever way just a peek is given before the whole picture is revealed. What better way to grab a child's attention! Your child will be memorizing rain forest facts in no time.
Perfect for studying biomes.5/5(5).Looking closely in the rainforest by Frank Serafini is a non-fiction picture book about the rainforest.
While still being a picture book, the author has turned it in to an informational text. The author himself has photographed things from the rainforest and has only shown a small close-up of the picture.