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Did a Dinosaur Drink This Water?

Did a Dinosaur Drink This Water?

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Did a Dinosaur Drink This Water?

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3.5/5 (39 peringkat)
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35 pages
Dirilis:
Jan 1, 2006
ISBN:
9780807592748
Format:
Buku

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TThe author explains the complete water cycle and also discusses ocean currents, ocean and lake habitats, and hydroelectricity. He also touches on water pollution and our responsibility to keep our water clean.
Dirilis:
Jan 1, 2006
ISBN:
9780807592748
Format:
Buku

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Did a Dinosaur Drink This Water? - Robert E. Wells

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  • (3/5)
    This book really puts the need for water into perspective in a child friendly manner. I'd read this book to my class when we covered how important water is to the human and animal body.
  • (5/5)
    I thought this was quite the cool book. It starts of telling you how important water is to us and all living things, then shows the different forms that water takes. My favorite part was when it drops the bomb on you that all water on Earth has been here for a really long time. Water has been recycled thousands of times, meaning that the water that you drink could have, at some point, been drank by a dinosaur! To clarify the point, the book goes into (what I think is) a great explanation of the Water Cycle.The book closes by reminding us how important water is, then letting us know that our water supply is in danger. Our water supply is being polluted from factory waste and other sources. I like that it closes on a more positive note by showing us important ways we can conserve water.
  • (4/5)
    The water that is here today has been here for millions of years. The water evaporates and how it filters. Explains everything about filtration of water and that the same water we have today some of the molecules are from billions of years ago. Great book for a science class!!
  • (4/5)
    This books informs children about everything concerning the topic water - about the ocean, about tap water, what water is used for, etc. The illustrations complete this book and make it really enjoyable. This book can be used in class as well as at home to read to your children.
  • (4/5)
    Water is a necessity in life. Through this book you explore what water is used for, where it comes from, the different states of water and much more. This book would be great for a science lesson.
  • (5/5)
    This book is great for a lesson in science. Robert E. Wells describes the necessity that humans have with water. The book describes how water can be a liquid, a solid, and a gas. It also goes through the water cycle where the water we drink or the rain from the clouds is old. This book is an interesting way to get children to learn about the water cycle.
  • (4/5)
    This book focuses on the water cycle, but it covers all aspects of water use. It discusses forms of water, hydroelectric power, polution, concervation, ect. The visuals are cartoonish and the illustrator uses a soft pastel palet. I felt that he could have done a better job with the illustration of the water cycle. It seemed cluttered and confusing for a young reader. Otherwise, I liked the information and illustration relationship. The information seemed pretty surfacy and I don't think that the author really needed to be an expert. He seemed to have his facts correct. Included in the book is a final page that gives more information about, what else? Water. Teaching ideas include a science lessson on the water cycle, conserving water, polution, or energy. It could be used with second grade to 5th grade students.
  • (3/5)
    This books talks all about water. Why is it important, its forms, how it is recycled is all included in this book. The book is very informative and it offers a lot of information in a short, easy to read book.This would be a great book to read for a science class. The illustrations were great and some pages were turned around and made it really interesting.
  • (3/5)
    Everything needs water in order to live. Trees, people, and animals. If there was no water, nothing on Earth would exist. Water is cycled so much through so many years, water is really old. The water you drink today, someone else drunk a long time ago or maybe even a month ago. That came to the point if dinosaurs drank the water that we drink today. The possibility is yes!
  • (5/5)
    This book tells all about the water cycle, why we need water, and the three stages of water. Students will enjoy reading this, or hearing this, during science class.
  • (5/5)
    Everything that lives needs water. Trees need water, so that nutrients can be transported through the trunk to the leaves of the tree. Water can be solid, liquid, or gas. Water is solid when it is in an ice cube, when water is heated it evaporates (gas), and water is liquid when it pours. Water is constantly being recycled, and there is a possibility that one could be drinking the water molecules that a dinosaur drunk. There is fresh water and salty water. Salty water is in the ocean, and fresh waters are in streams and rivers. Eventually some water from rivers mix in the ocean, and the sun heats the surface of the ocean and evaporates the water. That is the water cycle. There is enough fresh water for everybody if conservation is practiced. Fixing leaky faucets, turning off water while brushing teeth, and stop littering can help conserve water. The book reflects the importance of conserving water, and gives suggestions on how to preserve water. The language of the book is simple, and explains everything as simple as possible.
  • (4/5)
    This book goes through the water cycle in detail with accompanying pictures. Though it is a good book on the water cycle i feel it has too much information on each page.
  • (4/5)
    This was a very informative and interesting book about the water cycle and everything that ties to it. It gives a lot of information and has a lot of pictures that make the text more readable for the younger students. This would be a great book for a science class learning about earth systems.
  • (5/5)
    First off, I will definitely have this book when I become a teacher. The title alone is enough to attract a child. Firstly because it is a question and is likely to get the child thinking, secondly because children love dinosaurs. I could get the attention of a whole class with this book, they would see it as storytime, something fun for most of them. Then before they know it they are learning about the entire water cycle! This book literally teaches the whole water cycle and couples it with some lovely and entertaining illustations. There is even a bit at the end that talks about what the children can do to conserve water, to show that they can get involved and that it is relevant to their lives. I would totally use this book to introduce a section on the water cycle. Also, there are pages where you have to turn the book sideways to read it. I thought that was pretty cool and likely to hold a child's interest.