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by Kate Duke

ePub Archaeologists Dig for Clues: Stage 2 (Let's Read-And-Find Out Science. Stage 2) download
Author:
Kate Duke
ISBN13:
978-0060270575
ISBN:
0060270578
Language:
Publisher:
HarperCollins (January 1, 1997)
Category:
Subcategory:
History
ePub file:
1442 kb
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1916 kb
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Rating:
4.2
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144

The Stage 1 books explain simple and easily observable science concepts for preschool- and kindergarten-age children.

The Stage 1 books explain simple and easily observable science concepts for preschool- and kindergarten-age children. Stage 2 books, which includes this title, explore more challenging concepts for children in the primary grades and include hands-on activities that children can do themselves. Archaeologists Dig For Clues" is well-conceived and informative, with bright cartoon drawings.

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Stage 2) (9780060270568) by Kate Duke and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books . Kate Duke has illustrated many popular books for children, including Let’s Go Dinosaur Tracking by Miriam Schlein.

Kate Duke has illustrated many popular books for children, including Let’s Go Dinosaur Tracking by Miriam Schlein.

The Out Science Books series, originally published by Crowell, now HarperCollins, is an American children's book series designed to educate preschoolers and young elementary school students about basic science concepts. Many Let's Read and Find Out titles have either been reillustrated (sometimes more than once) or reissued under different titles. Some of these titles may be duplicates because of the renaming.

Archaeologists Dig For Clues (Out Science: Stage 2). Published December 13th 1996 by Turtleback Books. Archaeologists Dig for Clues (Hardcover). Published January 1st 1997 by Turtleback Books. Author(s): Kate Duke. Library Binding, 32 pages. ISBN: 0613013166 (ISBN13: 9780613013161). ISBN: 0606288996 (ISBN13: 9780606288996).

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These books do not shy away from teaching kids about real life information that many books for kids shy away from. 2 people found this helpful.

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Comparing archaeologists to detectives at a crime scene, an introduction to archaeological work reveals what clues to the past can be found in chipped rocks, charred seed, and fossilized bone.
  • I read this to my children as part of our homeschool curriculum. My students are kindergarteners and a 3rd grader. All three of them greatly enjoyed it.

    It is written in a style very similar to the Magic School Bus series. Like those books, there is a main body of text that can be read independently of all the little "extras" (dialog bubbles between the characters, side bars, charts, etc), or you can take the time to read all of the information presented. Either way works well in this book.

    The illustrations are bright and colorful, and the information is presented in a meaningful, yet easy to understand, manner. After reading this book, there is a sudden interest in archaeology in my house!

    This is a great, simple introduction. It is certainly not comprehensive, but it serves its purpose as an introductory text well.

  • GREAT introduction to the subject!! Read it to both age groups in our enrichment program (7-9 and 10-12) and it went over well -- with both groups! I would suggest the younger kids own this text, it is very comprehensive. And if you're looking to build, "Archaeology For Kids" is a good next step.

  • This series for kids is amazing. My 5 year old knows so much about gravity, Earth space science and now archaeology from this set of books. These books do not shy away from teaching kids about real life information that many books for kids shy away from.

  • My kids love this book. It is a great read aloud, and it has nice project ideas for expanding their knowledge on archeology with hands on learning. It has beautiful pictures that keeps my kids engaged, and funny lines that keep them entertained while still learning.

  • This is a really great book that goes into detail about how archaeological digs are performed, all while making it kid friendly. I can't tell you how many times that my daughter has asked me to read this to her, and for being a technical kids book, that is really saying a lot!

  • I am a Gifted & Talented Resource Teacher and bought this book to supplement my 2nd grade unit on archaeology. HANDS DOWN the best addition I purchased! The pictures are phenomenal in helping students put very new and advanced vocabulary into context. Second graders had a real grasp on what archaeologists do after listening to just this one story. It is so full of information, and yet, reads enough like a story that it's easy for students to follow. You could've heard a pin drop in my classroom while we read that book. They were hooked! I read it aloud as one of the lessons early on in the unit that exposes students to what archaeologists do. For the rest of the unit, I would just remind them of the book, or show one of the diagrams up on my document camera, and they were able to understand and synthesize new information really well! Love, love, LOVE this book! Wish it came with our curriculum in the first place!

  • Excellent

  • Perfect for young students.