Rainy, Windy, Snowy, Sunny Days Linking Fiction to Nonfiction by Phyllis J. Perry
  

Synopsis

Rainy, Windy, Snowy, Sunny Days Linking Fiction to Nonfiction by Phyllis J. Perry

Integrate language arts with science, social studies, and mathematics. This book provides summaries of children's literature and nonfiction books related to rain, wind, snow, and sunshine. Suggestions of books that combine elements of fiction and nonfiction help students move easily from fiction to nonfiction reading. Discussion starters and student activities extend learning with books that range from simple picture books to full-length chapter books. All have been recommended by children's librarians, and with copyrights after 1980, are readily available. Grades K-5.

About the Author

Dr. Phyllis J. Perry is an award-winning author of more than forty books. Recipient of the Governor's Award for Excellence in Education, she is an active Colorado writer and educator.

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Format

Paperback
147 pages

Author

Phyllis J. Perry
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Publisher

Libraries Unlimited Inc an imprint of ABC-CLIO

Publication date

15th March 1996

ISBN

9781563083921


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