How the World Works: A Hands-On Guide to Our Amazing Planet

How the World Works A Hands On Guide to Our Amazing Planet How do the ocean currents move What is a carbon footprint Why does it rain Readers are invited on a novelty packed journey of discovery to find out how the earth works Answering a multitude of questio

  • Title: How the World Works: A Hands-On Guide to Our Amazing Planet
  • Author: Christian Dorion Beverley Young
  • ISBN: 9780763648015
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Hardcover
  • How do the ocean currents move What is a carbon footprint Why does it rain Readers are invited on a novelty packed journey of discovery to find out how the earth works.Answering a multitude of questions about how our world works, this fun, engaging book introduces the earth s important cycles and offers an exciting way to learn geography and science Packed with illustrHow do the ocean currents move What is a carbon footprint Why does it rain Readers are invited on a novelty packed journey of discovery to find out how the earth works.Answering a multitude of questions about how our world works, this fun, engaging book introduces the earth s important cycles and offers an exciting way to learn geography and science Packed with illustrations and paper fold outs, flaps, pops, and to boost interactive learning, HOW THE WORLD WORKS encourages children to think about the impact of human actions on our environment, while engendering respect for the natural world and all its harmonies.

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    1. This book is related to my chosen PWR; geography. I thought this one would be a great book to share with you all if and when you come across teaching physical geography. How the world works is a brightly coloured pop up book with great information and facts to share with children on how the world works. It includes themes such as rivers, mountains, volcanoes etc. I thought this is a great book to use as it does pop up and is interactive to use for all types of learners. It can help children to i [...]

    2. Shortlisted for Blue Peter Book Awards 2011 for best factual book, this is a action packed rollercoaster of a journey into the history of the earth. Each topic comes alive with an array of pop ups, pull outs and turn wheels. There is a lot of information here but the quirky child friendly language and colourful illustrations make this book fun and easy to digest.This is a very clever book because it has managed to cater for a range of ages from KS1 upwards. It supports all learning styles especi [...]

    3. This book is wonderful! It's a great educational tool for information on understanding how the world works, such as info about the planets and how the earth came to be, to information about global warming and how it works (and our impact and consequences). I'm slightly ashamed to say I learned a bit from this book (mostly from what I have forgotten, or never learned). It's such an easy book to understand and is engaging for kids, with all the pop-ups, tabs and wheels, and with basic facts (told [...]

    4. This book was really fun to read because all of the colorful pop-ups and tabs. It covered many topics such as how the Earth formed, plate tectonics, the water cycle, whether, sea movement, the carbon cycle, plants, and the food chain. It is a great way to have kids learn about facts of the world for visual and interactive learners. It covers a lot of information and themes that are important when learning science and I enjoyed looking at the illustrations while reading the facts.

    5. Tackling the physical intricacies of how our world works and actually making it fun, this cool interactive book looks at plate tectonics, the water cycle, ocean currents and more.

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