What Will the Weather Be? (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)

What Will the Weather Be? (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)

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WeatherWill it be warm or cold? Should we wear shorts or pants? Shoes or boots? Read and find out why the weather is so difficult to predict.

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4 Responses to “What Will the Weather Be? (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)”

  • Kristin Wilke says:

    Review by Kristin Wilke for What Will the Weather Be? (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)
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    This is an excellent book for children learning about weather. It provides a great look at many aspects of weather that children can understand and enjoy. This book is a great supplemental tool to use in the classroom. The information and wonderful illustrations enable children to receive a clear understanding of the many aspects of weather.

  • Angela J. Zaev says:

    Review by Angela J. Zaev for What Will the Weather Be? (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)
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    This is another great book in the Let’s Read and Find Out Science series. Younger children (like my son who was age 4 when we first began with this book) and older children (who are reading on their own) will be delighted and educated with this book. Whimsical illustrations demonstrate complex scientific information in a very approachable manner.

    In this book children will learn overarching concepts of meteorolgy and actual scientific terminology in a progressive manner. Children will learn about:

    1. Fronts (Cold and Warm) and their affect on weather.

    2. How air pressure is determined and what happens in Low Pressure vs. High Pressure. They learn about barometers.

    3. Wind speed and direction, including names of instruments (wind vane and anemometer).

    The colorful illustrations and simple diagrams reinforce the infomration contained in the book and help children understand the basic concepts of a weather formation.

    Diagrams include:

    1. Fronts & Front Formations

    2. Water Vapor

    3. Weather Maps

    4. High & Low Pressure Systems

    This book is an excellent addition to your science library. Perfect for budding scientists…or to generate a budding scientist by feeding their minds with sound teaching about the world around us rather than empty stories.

  • E. Avolio says:

    Review by E. Avolio for What Will the Weather Be? (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)
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    The books in this series explain things that kids need to know in a way they can understand. Young elementary kids (grade K-2) will learn from these as a read a loud and kids a little older (grade 3-5) would enjoy these as an independent read and vocabulary builder. You can easily plan a study unit around each of these books or use them as an addition to the curriculum you alread use. They can be read in one sitting without boring the child. The photos are a great plus and help hold the kids attention. This particular book has been our favorite since my daughter in interested in meterology. I recommend using this series as a summer education builder. Use one book each week as a theme throughout your summer. Never stop learning!

  • Carol M. Brooks says:

    Review by Carol M. Brooks for What Will the Weather Be? (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)
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    This is a great book for teaching elementary students about the weather. The text is complimented by the inviting illustrations. It is a delightful book!

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