Bridges to the World of Water

Bridges to the World of Water

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Use popular fiction to attract students to great nonfiction (expository text) about science. Focusing on the general theme of water, this resource provides webs that lead from popular fiction titles to a variety of related nonfiction titles that will generate interest and build in-depth scientific knowledge for thematic studies. Detailed summaries of books and student activities across the content field motivate young readers and help busy educators implement a multidisciplinary approach.Grades 5-9 Phyllis Jean Perry ... Fontaine Maury, who, in 1855, published his book about what he had learned of currents and winds, along with his first map of the ocean floor. ... The final portions of the book discuss the rich meadows of the sea, a food chain that does not involve sunlight, and diving for ancient treasures. ... Add a drop of red food coloring to one, along with half-a-teaspoon of salt, and stir.

Title:Bridges to the World of Water
Author: Phyllis Jean Perry
Publisher:Libraries Unlimited - 1995

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