The Snowflake: A Water Cycle Story

The Snowflake: A Water Cycle Story[PDF / Epub] ✅ The Snowflake: A Water Cycle Story Author Neil Waldman – Oaklandjobs.co.uk With a double page spread for each month, this book describes the journey of a single drop of water throughout the year With a double page A Water eBook ↠ spread for each month, this book describes the journey of a single drop of water throughout the year. On the inside back cover of the book it says that, in addition to illustrating writing many books, this author illustrator has illustrated postage stamps for thirteen nations I can see why and I thought that tidbit was fascinating The paintings here, one for each month of the year, follow a snowflake throughout the calendar year This book makes teaching the water cycle freezing, melting, evaporating, condensing, and definitely traveling beautiful and engaging, as well as informative I love On the inside back cover of the book it says that, in addition to illustrating writing many books, this author illustrator has illustrated postage stamps for thirteen nations I can see why and I thought that tidbit was fascinating The paintings here, one for each month of the year, follow a snowflake throughout the calendar year This book makes teaching the water cycle freezing, melting, evaporating, condensing, and definitely traveling beautiful and engaging, as well as informative I love the way the end encourages children to use their imaginations about where their water might have been.The presentation is good, though it s the paintings that really held my attention I found them beautiful.4 stars I love this book The colors are gorgeous It is a non preaching way to get at the water cycle and all the parts throughout each month of the year.I would pair it with Ice Boy if I were studying the water cycle. These blue, white and purple toned page bleeds take us through a year full of different forms of water Through informative text boxes we go month by month following a snowflake Snowflake take us through a snowflake s journey and it shows us the different forms of a water a snowflake can transform into It includes vocabulary words that are related to the water cycle It is a great book because it is written in a story format but it has facts of water in it and it is a clear explanation of the These blue, white and purple toned page bleeds take us through a year full of different forms of water Through informative text boxes we go month by month following a snowflake Snowflake take us through a snowflake s journey and it shows us the different forms of a water a snowflake can transform into It includes vocabulary words that are related to the water cycle It is a great book because it is written in a story format but it has facts of water in it and it is a clear explanation of the water cycle An accessible, book that provided much discussion about the journey of a drop of water through the year The illustrations were perfect and the text and back matter provided much material for discussion Some of it was quite amusing Tyrannosaurus Rex spit This is a very beautifully watercolor illustrated book that teaches the water cycle in a very unique way following a snowflake over the course of a year It really shows the circular nature of the water cycle in a creative and imaginative way, not with traditional diagrams and pictures. This story of the snowflake shares how the lifecycle works and what it s like from a snowflake s perspective. Awesome book about the water cycle This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Booklist November 1, 2003 Vol 100, No 5 K Gr 2 This beautifully illustrated picture book follows a single droplet of water as it moves and changes throughout one year With a double page spread for each month, the story traces the droplet s journey from snowflake to mountain pond to underground stream to river to irrigation system to cloud to reservoir to city water system to bathroom sink to drain pipe to cloud and back to snowflake A few sentences of text on each spread comment on the Booklist November 1, 2003 Vol 100, No 5 K Gr 2 This beautifully illustrated picture book follows a single droplet of water as it moves and changes throughout one year With a double page spread for each month, the story traces the droplet s journey from snowflake to mountain pond to underground stream to river to irrigation system to cloud to reservoir to city water system to bathroom sink to drain pipe to cloud and back to snowflake A few sentences of text on each spread comment on the droplet s form, travels, and surroundings More effective and memorable, though, are the subtle hues and varied compositions of Waldman s paintings in this unusually handsome presentation of the water cycle Horn Book Spring 2004 Tracing a snowflake s journey from January to December, from flake to droplet and back again, provides a way to explain the ever shifting course of the water cycle Each month and stage of the snowflake s journey is depicted on a separate double page spread featuring calming, muted images The inspired format and occasionally poetic text enliven and clarify a potentially confusing subject School Library Journal December 1, 2003 Gr 1 5 A beautiful take on the water cycle Waldman traces the journey of a single drop of water throughout the year, with each month receiving its own spread The water begins as a snowflake that melts into a droplet, flows into the ground, bubbles up in a spring, flows into a farm s irrigation system, evaporates into the morning fog, becomes part of a cloud, rains down, enters a plumbing system, washes a little girl s face, flows out to the ocean, gets swept onto the shore and evaporates into the sky to become a snowflake onceThe clear text is undeniably lyrical It flowed past fields of waving sea grasses, over corals of many colors, and into the mouth of a great striped fish The real stunners here, though, are the dazzling, cool toned paintings that convey the wonders of nature with delicate precision A must for libraries and science classrooms Kathleen Kelly MacMillan, Maryland School for the Deaf, Columbia Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information I would read this book to my students in a first through third grade class during a water cycle weather unit It tells the story of a snowflake traveling and changing as water in the water cycle This would also be great to use in integrating geography The class could create a story for a snowflake and track where it went and learn about that place as they were going there Hopefully we would have a geography plan going already with another subject and we could travel to those places at the s I would read this book to my students in a first through third grade class during a water cycle weather unit It tells the story of a snowflake traveling and changing as water in the water cycle This would also be great to use in integrating geography The class could create a story for a snowflake and track where it went and learn about that place as they were going there Hopefully we would have a geography plan going already with another subject and we could travel to those places at the same time while learning the other subject Also, they could write their own creative story about where they would go as a snowflake or water drop in the water cycle Depending on what we were doing in social studies, they would have to integrate a person or place from that subject into their story Waldman, N 2003 The Snowflake A Water Cycle Story Minneapolis Millbrook Press.category picture book, informationalThe story of a snowflake s journey through the water cycle is followed through the months of a year and told in storybook fashion I love that it shows the path of the water to a faucet turned on by a little girl The water cycle vocabulary is used precipitation, condensation, evaporation, andand different stages of the cycle are beautifully illustrated Interesting f Waldman, N 2003 The Snowflake A Water Cycle Story Minneapolis Millbrook Press.category picture book, informationalThe story of a snowflake s journey through the water cycle is followed through the months of a year and told in storybook fashion I love that it shows the path of the water to a faucet turned on by a little girl The water cycle vocabulary is used precipitation, condensation, evaporation, andand different stages of the cycle are beautifully illustrated Interesting fact author illustrator Neil Waldman has designed postage stamps for 13 different countries.themes snowflakes, water, water cycle, seasons, monthsclassroom uses to introduce or reinforce study of the water cycle, seasons

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • The Snowflake: A Water Cycle Story
  • Neil Waldman
  • English
  • 16 March 2018
  • 0761323473