Pandas

Pandas The whole world loves panda bears Everyone loves to watch them play climb cuddle and chew But careful they can scratch too just look at that tree Pandas live in wild places very faraway and they

  • Title: Pandas
  • Author: Anne Schreiber National Geographic Kids
  • ISBN: 9781426306105
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Paperback
  • The whole world loves panda bears Everyone loves to watch them play, climb, cuddle, and chew But careful, they can scratch too just look at that tree Pandas live in wild places very faraway, and they are the STAR ATTRACTIONS of every zoo that keeps them safe and well, all over the world.National Geographic supports K 12 educators with ELA Common Core Resources.Visit wwwThe whole world loves panda bears Everyone loves to watch them play, climb, cuddle, and chew But careful, they can scratch too just look at that tree Pandas live in wild places very faraway, and they are the STAR ATTRACTIONS of every zoo that keeps them safe and well, all over the world.National Geographic supports K 12 educators with ELA Common Core Resources.Visit natgeoed commoncore for information.

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    1. Love National Geographic! This is helping me with my animal unit in science :) The perfect reading level for my students!

    2. 1. Book summary, in your own words (3 pts)Pandas, a National Geographic Kids book, is a fact book all about pandas. It talks about the life of a panda, the different kinds of pandas, how much they weigh, and much more. It has tons of facts and brief definitions of words in the book. It was a very cute book with cute pictures. 2. Grade level, interest level, lexile (1 pt)This book would be great for kindergarteners through 2nd graders. It is super easy to read and extremely cute.3. Appropriate cl [...]

    3. Another book for my niece. Nice full color photos, interesting facts, and definitions of some words with a review at the end, as well as phonetic spelling of unique words. I thought the jokes at the top of a page would appeal to kids, even if I still don't get one of them: "what's black and white and red all over? A panda convention." I finally figured out since it was on the page with the red panda, I guess that's where the red comes in? Still, could they not have come up with a better punchlin [...]

    4. Well who doesn't love Pandas! And who doesn't love National Geographic? This is a great book for kids who want to learn about panda bears. It does a great job telling us all the important information, such as habitat, diet, characteristics, etc The pictures are informative (and cute of course) and I really think this would be a good one to use for a simple animal report in early grades to introduce them to the process of finding information on a certain subject/animal.

    5. I absolutely loved this book! I love panda bears, so this was a perfect book for me. It was also really informative, and talked about the eating habits of pandas, and how they're more like a raccoon or cat, rather than a bear. I also didn't realize how big they were; the size of a black bear. Inalso didn't know how shy they were, or that they had fur on the bottom of their feet to protect them from the cold. It was really sad to learn there only about 1,600 pandas left in the wild, found almost [...]

    6. Pandas, is very engaging to young, early readers. The photography is amazing which I would expect nothing less from National Geographic. This book has valuable information that is easy to read. It also has so fun and entertaining questions/answers.This book would be an asset in an elementary classroom. A wonderful informational text. It’s a great book for children who are ready to read longer passages. I would use this book in a student centered, animal research project. It has great informati [...]

    7. I really liked this book because it was very informative. I learned things from the book that I did not know about Pandas before. I love reading about Pandas and thought the book did a good job of providing information without being overwhelming. The book also provided definitions of words used such as habitat and saliva. The illustrations were real photos which I really enjoyed. This book can be used in the classroom for an introduction to learning about bears, animals and even China. Students [...]

    8. Great introduction to all things panda for curious little minds. Includes information about their habitat, the struggle to preserve their habitat, and about the history of pandas in the US.Also a little about red pandas too!

    9. I want more of these book is my classroom. These books are phenomenal because of the information packed in each of their pages. I would like to use this book for future research projects in my classroom. I know that my future student will enjoy this book and I am sure yours will too.

    10. A good picture book about pandas for early readers. My son, who is a toddler, loves this book and asks to read it every day, and I talk about the pictures in simple terms for him. If your younger child likes pandas, this is a great place to start :)

    11. Absolutely adorable! The pictures are fantastic, and there's quite a range of information for such a short book. I liked that it covered both red pandas and giant pandas.And my students and I totally loved the pictures of the baby pandas! So cute!

    12. What is black and white and fuzzy? Pandas! This is a cute book about pandas. In the book, two dudes save four pandas. When pandas are first born, they are pink. Pandas eat bamboo and cherry blossoms. Pick up this book! By Maddie

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