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    Science Books, Grades K2

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These literary nonfiction books expose students to a range of texts, scientific topics, and information for grades K2 science instruction. Enliven your lesson plans with the following multimedia resources associated with these books selected to supplement your Common Core texts.

  • Understand the scientific topics presented in these books by learning directly from the authors about their research, motivation, and creative work.
  • Enrich classroom instruction with ready-to-use discussion questions, activities, and already-evaluated online resources.

All about Alligators, by Jim Arnosky
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Dinosaur Discoveries, by Gail Gibbons
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I Face the Wind, by Vicki Cobb, illustrated by Julia Gorton
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Move!, by Steve Jenkins, illustrated by Robin Page
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Nic Bishop Frogs, by Nic Bishop
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The Story of Snow: The Science of Winter's Wonder, by Mark Cassino
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This collection of resources was created by TeachingBooks.net to allow students, teachers, and families to learn and have meaningful discussions about authors and their books. Decisions determining which authors, illustrators, and titles to include in this online collection were made by the staff of TeachingBooks.net with the assistance of the librarians from the Cooperative Children's Book Center. No one paid or gave anything for inclusion in this digital collection. Numerous criteria were included in our decision-making process, including the TeachingBooks.net Collection Development Policy, access to the author of the books, and our belief that the books were popular and well read within schools.

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