How a Seed Grows

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Perfection Learning Corporation, Sep 1, 1992 - 31 pages
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Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science Stage 1.

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How a Seed Grows
Written By: Helene J. Jordan and Illustrated By: Loretta Krupinski
Throughout the story, How a Seed Grows this story is wonderful in how it teaches young readers how seeds grow and
what they grow into, even how to grow seeds. It provides the reader with relate-able events to help them realize the time table for a seed growth. I love that it explains how to grow a seed, what seeds grow what flowers, trees, or vegetables. It helps the reader with their success in growing their own seed. The realistic illustrations provide a proper description of a seed and its growth. It uses a chronological narrative to show the reader the steps needed for a seed to grow. This is a great book to use in with your first graders when introducing a lesson on seeds and plants. It gives a great list of things that come from seeds and also pictures of different kinds of seeds and where they come from. It also allows for your students to make the text to outside connection.
Danielle Gray
 

About the author (1992)

The late Helene J. Jordan wrote extensively for radio, magazines, and newspapers, and was an editor of "Natural History" magazine.

Krupinski has illustrated many beautiful books for children.

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