Lets look at Pebbles (Material Detectives: Rock)
Reading for informaiton is an important part of a child's literacy development. Learning begins with a question about something. Help children think of themselves as investigators and researchers by encouranging their questions about the world around them. Each chapter in this book begins with a question. Read the question together. Look at the pictures. Talk about what you think the answer might be. The read the text to find out if you predictions were correct. Think of questions you could ask about the topic, and discuss where you might find the answers. ASsis children in using the picture glossary and the index to practice new vocabulary and research skills.
(2006, Hardback, 24 pgs., Library Binding)
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