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by stephen r. swinburne,Mary Peterson

eBook Ocean Soup: Tide-Pool Poems (Rise and Shine) ePub
Author: stephen r. swinburne,Mary Peterson
Language: English
ISBN: 1580892019
ISBN13: 978-1580892018
Publisher: Charlesbridge; 1 edition (February 1, 2010)
Pages: 32
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 292
Formats: docx doc azw lrf
ePub file: 1174 kb
Fb2 file: 1642 kb

Ocean Soup: Tide-Pool Po. .has been added to your Cart. Underneath the deep blue sea and lurking in its tidal pools are all kinds of interesting creatures, some that cannot be seen and others that will tickle your fancy (least ways in this book!).

Ocean Soup: Tide-Pool Po. There are barnacles, starfish, crabs, shrimp, lobsters, sea slugs (even one named Doris), sea urchins, fish plant life and many more interesting creatures.

Title: Ocean Soup: Tide-Pool Poems By: Stephen R. Swinburne Format: Paperback Vendor: Charlesbridge Publication . Swinburne Format: Paperback Vendor: Charlesbridge Publication Date: 2010. Dimensions: 1. X . (inches) ISBN: 1580892019 ISBN-13: 9781580892018 Ages: 9-12 Stock No: WW227808. Stephen R. Swinburne is a former park ranger and the author of several nonfiction books for children, including WINGS OF LIGHT: THE MIGRATION OF THE YELLOW BUTTERFLY. Steve lives in South Londonderry, Vermont.

Ocean Soup: Tide-Pool Poems. A poem book perfect for an ocean, science, or especially a poetry unit. This book uses the voice of tide pool animals to narrate each of the poems

Ocean Soup: Tide-Pool Poems. This book uses the voice of tide pool animals to narrate each of the poems. There are hidden facts in each of the poems and the simple illustrations allow students to understand what the strange creature is. F&p: e ar: . Six Traits: Sentence Fluency Idea Word Choice Voice.

Tide pool animals - Juvenile literature, Tide pool animals . Playful poems and information about some of the creatures that live in Atlantic and Pacific Ocean tide pools.

Tide pool animals - Juvenile literature, Tide pool animals - Juvenile poetry, Children's poetry, American, Tide pool animals, Tide pool animals - Poetry, Poetry. Watertown, MA : Charlesbridge. Includes bibliographical references. Accelerated Reader AR LG . Peterson, Mary (Mary Jeanette), illustrator.

2010) A Book of Tide Pool Poems A collection of poems by Stephen Swinburne. Dive in for a taste of tide pool soup! When the tide goes out, a briny soup is trapped among the rocks. Playful poems introduce readers to ten salty tide-pool creatures-from a self-satisfied anemone that brags about its home to barnacles that perform a rap about their feeding technique.

by Stephen R. Swinburne. The poems are brought to life by Mary Peterson's lighthearted illustrations.

Dive in for a taste of tide pool soup!When the tide goes out, a briny soup is trapped among the rocks. by Stephen R.

Ocean Soup: Tide-Pool Poems (Rise and Shine). Turtle Tide: The Ways of Sea Turtles. Ocean Soup: Tide-Pool Poems (Rise and Shine). Sea Turtle Scientist (Scientists in the Field Series).

Ocean Soup : Tide-Pool Poems. Swinburne & illustrated by Mary Peterson. Twelve poems, most in the first-person voices of tide-pool inhabitants, offer a glimpse into the watery world of the intertidal zone

by Stephen R. Twelve poems, most in the first-person voices of tide-pool inhabitants, offer a glimpse into the watery world of the intertidal zone. But young readers or listeners not already familiar with that mysterious world may be left adrift. Nothing in the text or illustrations defines that quite distinctive environment. Swinburne Illustrated by Mary Peterson. When the tide goes out, a briny soup is trapped among the rocks. Playful poems introduce readers to ten salty tide-pool creatures–from a self-satisfied anemone that brags about its home to barnacles that perform a rap about their feeding technique. The poems are brought to life by Mary Peterson’s lighthearted illustrations. A secondary layer of factual text introduces children to the creatures that inhabit North American tide pools. Dive in for a taste of tide pool soup!

Dive in for a taste of tide pool soup!When the tide goes out, a briny soup is trapped among the rocks. Playful poems introduce readers to ten salty tide-pool creatures--from a self-satisfied anemone that brags about its home to barnacles that perform a rap about their feeding technique. The poems are brought to life by Mary Peterson's lighthearted illustrations.A secondary layer of factual text introduces children to the creatures that inhabit North American tide pools.
Burilar
This book has some interesting facts and cute cartoony pictures of animals that live in tide pools. Almost every page that has a poem also has a paragraph of simple animal facts on the opposite page, which is enjoyable for the kiddos. We are using it for homeschooling in conjunction with Pagoo (Hollings), for a 1st, 3rd and 4th grader, and it goes well with the material. It’s simple poetry well suited for younger grades, but the 4th grader likes it too.
Wnex
Very fun and solid science information. Another win from Steve Swinburne.
fabscf
Great book. Just right for all kids going to the ocean. I recommnd all nature books of this type to help kids learn about what lives in the sea.
Grarana
This book is wonderful. It was exactly what I was looking for. The poems were great to teach with and the kids loved them!!!
Akinozuru
Underneath the deep blue sea and lurking in its tidal pools are all kinds of interesting creatures, some that cannot be seen and others that will tickle your fancy (least ways in this book!). There are barnacles, starfish, crabs, shrimp, lobsters, sea slugs (even one named Doris), sea urchins, fish plant life and many more interesting creatures. Have you ever seen a sculpin? He is a very unusual fish that camouflages itself between the rocks and seaweed. These fish "have large, armored heads with sharp spines along the sides" and have a very different way of devouring its victims." There are many creatures that are waiting for you to learn about them in these pages, including the spiny sea urchin . . .

I Love My Spines

I love my spines, I really do.
If you were spiny, wouldn't you?
They're long and sharp and very green.
My mother says to keep them clean.
My friends have claws and arms and feet,
but spines are different. Spines are neat.
Somewhere past the waterline,
there's a mammal called the porcupine.
Its spines are really cool, I bet,
but I think spines are better wet.

There's nothing like a little rhyme time to learn about the many creatures of the sea. The poems are amusing and will give some youngsters a case of the giggles. The art work was vibrant and the googly-eyed creatures were very appealing and quite zany, especially when they were going after their lunches. Each poem is accompanied by a factual paragraph. For example, we learn things such as "Lobsters are eating machines. They crush food with their heavy front claw and chop it up with their smaller one." In the back of the book is a glossary and additional recommended book and web site resources to explore.
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