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ISBN13:
978-0590621557
ISBN:
0590621556
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Scholastic
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1895 kb
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4.1
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Gail Gibbons book The Seasons Of Arnold's Apple Tree is about a boy named Arnold and a special apple . This informational book provides the reader with a story of Arnold and his apple tree.

Gail Gibbons book The Seasons Of Arnold's Apple Tree is about a boy named Arnold and a special apple tree he develops a friendship with. The story follows Arnold and tree through the seasons. This book conveys accurate facts about the changes trees go through during different season. What happens to the tree in winter, spring, summer and fall? Arnold does many things with this tree using the apples, the tree itself, and the blossoms.

Здесь вы можете прочитать книгу John Galsworthy The Apple Tree бесплатно. Dusk had gathered thick. The farm buildings and the wheel-house were all dim and bluish, the apple trees but a blurred wilderness; the air smelled of wood-smoke from the kitchen fire. One bird going to bed later than the others was uttering a half-hearted twitter, as though surprised at the darkness. From the stable came the snuffle and stamp of a feeding horse.

This book about nature and the changing seasons focuses on a young boy and a very special apple tree. This book is a must-have for any elementary teacher. I used this book in my Kindergarten class to teach the seasons and the growth of apples. I kept coming back to this book day after day to reinforce the content and my students were excited each time. One activity I did to teach the seasons was make a "The Seasons of (students name) Apple Tree" book. There were four pages with a bare tree. At the top the students would write It is summer, It is fall, etc. Publisher Description. This book about nature and the changing seasons focuses on a young boy and a very special apple tree.

He brings some leaves up to his tree House. He makes a soft lord to lie on. he shakes the branches Red apples fall to the ground. He pushed them in the basket and take them home his family and he make Apple pies. It's winter in the wind. Snowfalls It's quiet the branches of his Apple tree are bear. He has strings of popcorns and berries on the branches. tionSchoolPrimary SchoolElfin International School HaripurVideosThe Seasons of Arnold's Apple Tree.

Arnold has his very own apple tree. He watches it change as the seasons change. This book contains a Apple pie recipe and briefly explains how an apple cider press works. He plays in the tree throughout the year. He picks flowers from the tree in the Spring and Apples in the Fall. This is a great book to teach young students about the seasons. This is a level 2 book.

In the book, you follow a boy named Arnold and his apple tree through the changing seasons. Aiden connects with Arnold because we have an apple tree. As we read the story, he mentions the tree: Our apple tree looks like that. Our apple tree had flowers. The Seasons of Aiden’s Apple Tree. We have taken pictures of Aiden’s apple tree through every season. I gathered them all together. Aiden and I looked through them and talked about the seasons {just like Gail Gibbons does in her book}. Our apple tree in Autumn

In Gail Gibbons’s bright illustrations, Arnold collects apple blossoms in spring, builds a tree house in summer, makes apple pie and cider in the fall, and hangs strings of. .Books related to The Seasons of Arnold's Apple Tree.

In Gail Gibbons’s bright illustrations, Arnold collects apple blossoms in spring, builds a tree house in summer, makes apple pie and cider in the fall, and hangs strings of popcorn and berries for the birds in winter, among other seasonal activities. Includes a recipe for apple pie and a description of how an apple cider press works.

This book about nature and the changing seasons focuses on a young boy and a very special apple tree.
  • This book is a must-have for any elementary teacher. I used this book in my Kindergarten class to teach the seasons and the growth of apples. My students loved the pictures and really learned the material from the story and reviewing after. I kept coming back to this book day after day to reinforce the content and my students were excited each time. One activity I did to teach the seasons was make a "The Seasons of (students name) Apple Tree" book. There were four pages with a bare tree. At the top the students would write It is summer, It is fall, etc. Then we would look at our story and describe the picture. Then the students would add orange and red leaves for fall, etc. I love this book and would recommend it to all!

  • This is a wonderful book. It goes through the seasons of the year with the apple tree. There are large illustrations on each page, along with a sentence or two of text. This book is great for those wishing to learn about seasons of the year and also about phases of an apple tree (from buds to blossoms to apples to bare branches and back to buds again). Although I wish that the text had some rhyme or cadence to it, its still a very good book that my daughter asks to have read to her again and again.

  • I was hoping for a little more about it being an apple tree. Good story about seasons.

  • Purchased for my Special Education classroom in an effort to introduce my students to see Science concepts in a visual format. Great book, informative with lovely illustrations!

  • My preschool students really enjoyed this book! They loved learning about the seasons and it's written in a way they understand!

  • I found this to be a very useful book for introducing the concept of seasons to my 5 yr old son. It's beautifully illustrated and the story is quite sweet, although I'm not sure how frequently he will ask to hear it again. It's not likely to end up on his list of favorites.

  • A+

  • Nice book. Very colorful.