Where Does The Sun Go?

Where Does The Sun Go The delightful tale Where Does The Sun Go is an adventure about the sun and it s journey across the sky and over the earth Written in Rhyming verse this story is as amusing as it is educational and

  • Title: Where Does The Sun Go?
  • Author: Gary Craig
  • ISBN: 9780978681302
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The delightful tale Where Does The Sun Go is an adventure about the sun and it s journey across the sky and over the earth Written in Rhyming verse, this story is as amusing as it is educational, and will enchant preschoolers and early readers as well as adult storytellers FINALIST NAUTILUS BOOK AWARD AND FOREWORD MAGAZINE S CHILDREN S BOOK OF THE YEAR

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      Published :2018-03-10T11:04:45+00:00

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    1. This would be an amazing book for teaching children how the sun orbits the Earth. As a child, most probably have misconceptions about the Sun and where it goes when we can't see it. This is a rhyming book that will be sure to engage the students and explain to them what happens with the Sun when we can't see it. It shows how it goes around the Earth and how other countries on the opposite side of Earth see the Sun when we see the Stars. It says that the Sun does not go to bed or have an "on/off" [...]

    2. Some kids are very curious about where the Sun goes when they go to bed and this book answers that question in a very understandable way. The pictures are large and engaging in this text, and rhyming words are also used. I would recommed this book for young children and it could even be used as a good bedtime story. The story explains the Sun and the Earth and how it rotates around the world, explaining things that I wish I was taught from the beginning. I really liked this book and it was a ver [...]

    3. Where Does The Sun Go? This is a nice simple read for Kindergartener's and or 1st graders. The book discusses the sun's journey, with the earth, and how it keeps the earth warm and offers light. This is an educational read; the book also presents different rhyming word options. Teachers can use this book to make a rhyming word wall as well as an introduction to the science standard, sources of light. The book can be used to introduce a cross-curricula mini lesson about rhyming words and sources [...]

    4. This is an excellent book for students in kindergarten. It is easy to read and the students can understand because of the basic vocabulary used. For example, they use spin instead of rotation. It uses great examples of where students would think the sun would go, so the students will be able to relate. So, it is a great book to use to explain that the Sun doesn't go away, but it spins and shines on different parts of the Earth at different times. It is non-fiction.

    5. This was a simple story with great illustrations. It is about the Sun and its journey across the sky and over the Earth. It is easy to read, and written in rhyming verse. It is good to read at bedtime because it is relaxing and talking about the Sun going down.

    6. I love the way rhyming is used which helps the students get in a rhythm when listening. The sentences are easily rememberable because of the rhyming which helps the students remember the way the Sun is seen in the sky and how it rises in the east and sets in the west.

    7. This book does present what seems to be a fairly accurate explanation for night and day. And the rhymes aren't that bad.It just doesn't draw us in. And frankly, I don't like the artwork.

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