"Rocks and Minerals" - Free Books & Children's Stories Online | StoryJumperLook Inside. Targeted to rock-crazy kids, this bold book is more energetic, more visually exciting, and more fun than anything else on the market—and with more information, too! Youngsters become geology experts as they browse eye-popping photos and absorb layers of information made extra fun through a humor-infused presentation. Steve Tomecek, the executive director and founder of Science Plus, Inc. This is a tough question because I have many different minerals in my personal collection so picking just one favorite is really hard.
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Rocks and Minerals for Kids
Young kids connect with the rock collectors enthusiasm and will benefit from this reminder to followe their hearts. Details if other :. Rocks and Minerals: A Gem of a Book. I agree, Jeanette!
Sharing is Caring Help spread the word. Thanks so much for the information. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Along the way kids are introduced to a chalk rock, sifting.
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Children’s Books about Rocks and Minerals
In addition to the books we already have in our collection, we checked out over 20 more books about rocks to go along with our R is for Rocks theme. We do a lot of reading to go along with our themes , and I like to have a good amount of books in bins around for kids to look at. Add some rock books to an art table with loose parts and rocks, so kids can use the images as inspiration for creating their own designs. Set out some nonfiction books with a hand lens and a variety of rocks for kids to use at a science investigation table. There were a few rock books that really stood out and grabbed the attention of my preschoolers.
I agree, Jeanette. In Rocks and Minerals he combines a bit of humor with a ton of clearly defined facts. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Do you have some favorite books about rocks and minerals?