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eBook The Body Book (Grades 3-6) ePub

by Donald Silver,Patricia J. Wynne

  • ISBN: 059049239X
  • Category: Science Nature and How It Works
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Donald Silver,Patricia J. Wynne
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scholastic Teaching Resources (Teaching (January 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 128
  • ePub book: 1490 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1253 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 814

Description

With just scissors, paste, and paper, students can create a 3-D skeleton, growing-tooth movie, manipulative eye et. to learn about the human body.

With just scissors, paste, and paper, students can create a 3-D skeleton, growing-tooth movie, manipulative eye et. We are studying the human body right now and my six year old son loves making the models out of it. I would agree with another poster that it is good to copy the models on a heavier weight of paper.

Patricia J. Wynne (Author), Donald M. Silver (Author) An accomplished science and nature illustrator, Patricia J. Wynne is the recipient of the 2008 Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor and has won awards from. Silver (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. An accomplished science and nature illustrator, Patricia J. Wynne is the recipient of the 2008 Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor and has won awards from Parenting Magazine, the John Burroughs Association, and the National Science Teachers Association. Patricia's artwork has appeared in galleries, magazines, newspapers, and more than 100 books for both children and adults.

Grades 3-6. The Body Book (9780545048736) by Donald Silver, Patricia Wynne. Donald M. Silver and Patricia J. Wynne are the co-authors of several successful Scholastic Teaching Resources books, including Adorable Wearables That Teach About the Human Body, Easy Make & Learn Projects: The Human Body, Lift & Look Science Mini-Books and Manipulatives, and more. Donald and Patricia both live in New York City.

They are the creators of the popular One Small Square science book series (McGraw Hill) as well as The Body Book and The Amazing Earth Model Book (Scholastic Teaching Resources).

Donald M. Silver is the author of more than 40 science books for children and teachers alike. In addition to the award-winning One Small Square(R)series, he has written The Animal World, Why Save the Rain Forest?, Extinction Is Forever, and The Dinosaur Activity Book-all illustrated by Patricia J. Wynne. Patricia J. Wynne's illustrations have also appeared in Scientific American, Natural History, and The New York Times as well as in the highly praised books Hungry, Hungry Sharks, and The Human Body. Both the author and illustrator live in New York City

The Body Book (Grades 3-6). Complete how-to's, and fully reproducible. For use with Grades 3Ð6. Get A Copy. The Body Book (Grades 3-6). 059049239X (ISBN13: 9780590492393).

Donald . ilver,Patricia . ynne. My First Human Body Book. Here's the most entertaining way for children to learn how the human body works: 28 fun and instructive, ready-to-color illustrations that explore the muscular, skeletal, nervous, digestive, respiratory, and immune systems. Kids will discover how their voice box works, how many bones they have, how thousands of "tasters" on their tongues help them distinguish flavors, how the DNA in their cells is different from everyone else's, and so much more

Reproducible patterns and easy step-by-step instructions help students construct bone and stomach books, a spinal column out of cardboard and string, paper models of the major organs and . For use with Grades 3-6.

Grades: 3 - 6. Lexile® Measure: 1100L

Grades: 3 - 6. Lexile® Measure: 1100L.

Additional Product Features. Wynne, Donald M. Silver. Place of Publication.

item 7 My First Human Body Book COL BK - Paperback NEW Wynne, Patricia 2009-04-24 -My First Human Body Book COL BK - Paperback NEW Wynne, Patricia 2009-04-24. Additional Product Features.

With just scissors, paste, and paper, students can create a 3-D skeleton, growing-tooth movie, manipulative eye etc.-to learn about the human body. Complete how-to's, and fully reproducible. For use with Grades 3Ð6.

Comments

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I would have given five stars if the pages were not back to back (the model pages) therfore making them unusable. You have to make copies in order to make the models.. kind of a pain. But the models themselves are awesome and so is the content. we used it with the Blood and Guts book and a body lapbook resource.
Nakora Nakora
My daughter is all set to enjoy this project tremendously as part of her co-op school. But, I really dislike the photocopy aspect of the book. It is so much more practical and efficient for Scholastic to provide usable pages (for our $15), instead of expecting each and every customer to individually make copies. It's a matter of time- not every parent or teacher has a lot of it.
Coron Coron
We used this for homeschool and my kids have LOVED LOVED LOVED it. Its a great add on and makes it easier to understand the human body. Great fun.
Ral Ral
This was awesome. We used it in our homeschool for our Anatomy segment. Definitely recommend!
IWantYou IWantYou
Pretty neat, but yes, as with most reproducible workbooks for educators, you will need to make copies, and cardstock is recommended because of the handling, bending, cutting, stapling,etc. Purchase a box of brads, will go far in making these activities "move" and function.
Kann Kann
Very useful in the classroom when teaching the human body in middle school. Lots of detail in these models that layer to create a more realistic overview of location and shape of organs.
SiIеnt SiIеnt
Excellent models about the human body. If you are a science teacher like me trying to find low cost proyects that amaze your students. And teach them at the same time. This is your bible!!! love the book. Models for the senses(together and individual), skeleton, brain, muscles, joints, brain, digestive system, respiratory and urinary system.
You are going to have to print out each page, and that is a pain, but I think it is worth it. Sometimes tape really means paste and the cut-outs are complicated for not-too-dexterous children. I'd say 3rd grade is definitely minimum, so the grades are accurate.