3 edition of Weather words and what they mean found in the catalog.
Introduces basic weather terms and concepts.
|Statement||by Gail Gibbons|
|LC Classifications||QC981.3 .G53 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
In her familiar, attractive, cartoon-style format, Gibbons surveys weather phenomena by illustrating the vocabulary used to describe itwithout being dauntingly technical, yet including such fascinating nomenclature as ""nimbostratus clouds"" and the language-enriching variety of words like ""drizzle."" A useful addition on a popular topic. Weather Wiz Kids is a fun and safe website for kids about all the weather info they need to know. It contains tools for weather education, including weather games, activities, experiments, photos, a glossary and educational teaching materials for the classroom.
This picture book explores why the weather can be so hard to predict. This nonfiction picture book is an excellent choice to share during homeschooling, in particular for children ages 4 to 6. It’s a fun way to learn to read and as a . According to the Oxford English Dictionary, if the weather is foxy then it’s “misleadingly bright”—or, in other words, sunny and clear, but freezing cold. 9. Gleamy.
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I picked this up when my 4 year old was asking all sorts of questions about the weather. We homeschool, so I decided to do a whole weather unit for her and this book fit in nicely.
Weather Words does a great job of explaining weather topics and situations in a simple and engaging way. My kids loved the by: 6.
The book, Weather Words and What They Mean, is an interesting book about weather vocabulary and teaches the reader about different parts of weather and the terminology that goes along with it.
The book also consists of mainly simple sentences to /5. Newly revised, this edition of Weather Words and What They Mean has been vetted by an expert from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association.
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Suggest that students listen to a weather report on the radio or watch one on television to find out what information is included in a weather forecast—high and low temperature for the day, possible precipitation, and the sky conditions. Weather Words and What They Mean. By Gail Gibbons. Grades. Genre.
Non-Fiction Gail Gibbons introduces basic weather terms and concepts to young readers in a simple, yet interesting style. She even makes the scary side of weather approachable; roaring thunder, bolts of lightening, and raucous storms are all presented as elements.
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Bright, attractive illustrations, simple text, and intriguing facts make this explanation of weather-related phenomena fun, informative reading for young children.
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Weather words and what they mean. [Gail Gibbons] -- Introduces basic weather terms and concepts. Weather Words And What They Mean Book Information. Title: Weather Words And What They Mean.
Author: Gibbons, Gail. Isbn: Introduces basic weather terms and concepts, including thunderstorm, fog, hurricane, and rainbow.
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Page 5 of 5. • Summary of content/review: This picture book introduces the different types of weather, their names, and what they mean, as well as gives a corresponding illustration of each.
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Weather Words and What They Mean The perfect introduction to how we talk and think about the weather Everyone talks about the weather, but what does it all mean.
In clear, accessible language, Gail Gibbons introduces many common terms--like moisture, air pressure, and temperature--and their definitions/5(33). vocabulary words and activities.
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eBook Out Of Stock. Out Of Stock Email me when back in .After I collect all of the student responses for the chart, I engage students in a read aloud of Weather Words and What they Mean by Gail Gibbons. Before I read the text, I talk to students for a minute about why we use nonfiction text.Weather Words and What They Mean has 0 reviews and 0 : Gail Gibbons.