Energy (Buildling blocks of science)

A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces energy, including its forms and uses Features include several photographic pages, a glossary, additional resource list, and an index.
Energy Buildling blocks of science A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces energy including its forms and uses Features include several photographic pages a glossary additional resource list and an index

  • Title: Energy (Buildling blocks of science)
  • Author: Joseph Midthun Samuel Hiti
  • ISBN: 9780716614227
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. This is one volume of a World Book series called Building Blocks of Science. Told in a comic book format, each one takes a different scientific concept, anthropomorphizes it, and explains it in a way that is understandable for second-graders. Although I'm not sure if these were written with the second-grade Common Core science standards in mind, they certainly do a good job of meeting them.I think kids will be really interested in this series - my only issue was that some of the concepts were a [...]

    2. I really like this book for teaching about energy. It teaches about different forms of energy. You could use this to introduce light energy, heat energy, sound energy,chemical energy, kinetic energy,potential energy. and motion. It even covers renewable and non-renewable resources. It is in comic book form, which is appealing to a lot of students. It covers a lot of subject so it might be a little long for you second grader. For my second graders, I just read the section pertinent to my lesson. [...]

    3. Some great, well-presented information on the different types of energy, energy use & energy conservation. The "Invincible!" character design manages to reference the first law of thermodynamics without over-burdening kids' minds. My favorite of the series.

    4. Cute book to read with facts about energy. It goes into details about the different forms of energy. Grades 2-5.

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