In the Water: Hands-on Early-Learning Science Activities

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Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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The Let's Try It Out series goes beyond the usual narrative to explore questions, explanations, experiments, and interactions with others. It provides a practical explanation of science as visualized in the National Science Education Standards. What a won

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User Review  - jessica_5906 - LibraryThing

Talks about a few different activities that you can do. Age: 3 Source: Pierce College ECE Read full review

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This book does a great job of exploring questions, explanations, experiments , and interactions with others. It gives a great hands on explanation of science. Read full review

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Seymour Simon has been called "the dean of the [children's science book] field" by the New York Times. He has written more than 250 books for young readers and has received the American Association for the Advancement of Science/Subaru Lifetime Achievement Award for his lasting contribution to children's science literature, the Science Books & Films Key Award for Excellence in Science Books, the Empire State Award for excellence in literature for young people, and the Educational Paperback Association Jeremiah Ludington Award. He and his wife, Liz, live in Great Neck, New York. You can visit him online at, where you can read "Seymour Science Blog" and download a free four-page teacher guide to accompany this book, putting it in context with Common Core objectives. Many of Seymour's award-winning books are also available as ebooks.

Fauteux was an Emmy award-winning television producer and documentary film-maker before turning her attention to writing for children.

Doug Cushman was born in Springfield, Ohio, on May 4, 1953. He moved to Connecticut with his family when he was 15 years old. Cushman attended a private art school in Connecticut called the Paier School of Art. While in high school he created comic books, selling them to his classmates for a nickel a piece. He also drew a comic strip for the school newspaper. Since 1978 he has illustrated over 80 children's books, 14 of which he wrote himself. Aunt Eater Loves a Mystery is a Reading Rainbow book. Other awards include a notable trade book honor from the National Council of Teachers of English for King Karfu, a nomination for the 1998 Garden State Children's Book award for Aunt Eater's Mystery Christmas and the 1996 Rebuen Award for Magazine and Book Illustration sponsored by the National Cartoonists Society for King Karfu.

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