Series of 4 titles
Why do we see rainbows after it rains? How does a hurricane form? Learn the answers to some of the most common science questions about the world around us in this engaging series. Each book highlights a different science question, prompting readers to consider the scientific method. Colorful graphics and labels help explain the answer, while bright photographs and tightly leveled text make the text fun and easy to understand. Each title includes tools for teachers and caregivers, a table of contents, a picture glossary, and an index.
|Interest Level||Kindergarten - Grade 3|
|Category||Beginning Readers, New!, STEM|
|Subject||Science and Math, STEM|
|Number of Pages||24|
SLJ Series Made Simple Review of Science Questions
For young readers who often ask “why?” and “how?”, these subjects are explained in an easy-to-comprehend way, with simple sentences and visual references. There are real pictures of familiarly questioned concepts, such as blue skies or rainbows, paired with their scientific counterparts, with a breakdown of the colors in an age-appropriate way.
The highlight in each title is its visual glossary, which not only helps clarify terms, but also reinforces what was read afterward, to promote discourse.
Verdict: These simple science books can fit into classrooms and school libraries for beginner readers full of questions