Constellations: A Glow-in-the-Dark Guide to the Night Sky

Constellations A Glow in the Dark Guide to the Night Sky Reach for the stars with this beautiful glow in the dark guide to the science and mythology behind the constellations Children will see the stars shining brightly right in their own room with this gl

  • Title: Constellations: A Glow-in-the-Dark Guide to the Night Sky
  • Author: Chris Sasaki Alan Flinn
  • ISBN: 9781402703850
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Reach for the stars, with this beautiful glow in the dark guide to the science and mythology behind the constellations Children will see the stars shining brightly right in their own room with this glow in the dark introduction to the night sky Each constellation sparkles brilliantly on the page, thanks to the special ink that illuminates the lush artwork And even as thReach for the stars, with this beautiful glow in the dark guide to the science and mythology behind the constellations Children will see the stars shining brightly right in their own room with this glow in the dark introduction to the night sky Each constellation sparkles brilliantly on the page, thanks to the special ink that illuminates the lush artwork And even as the luminous illustrations encourage stargazing, the kid friendly text presents a perfect mix of simple science and storytelling Along with very basic astronomical facts about our galaxy and the major constellations are the world myths of the gods and heroes whose names grace today s star maps Take the tale of Andromeda the princess sacrificed to save her father s kingdom who lives in the long, curved V of stars best seen in late fall With information on constellations from Cygnus the Swan to Orion the Hunter, it s an appealing, interactive approach to a popular subject.

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    1. Book summary: This is a book about the constellations. It explains constellations such as Orion, or Leo the lion, etc and tells the stories or myths behind them. In the back it has all of the constellations laid out with a list of activities to do. Grade level: 3-6Appropriate classroom use: In the back of the book it has activities such as invent a new constellation and tells the steps to do it and the materials needed. Another activity is to create your own constellation these would be fun for [...]

    2. Constellations: A Glow in the Dark Guide to the Night Sky is a great nonfiction text for readers to read. The book has several stories throughout the text that is about different constellations and how they got their name as well as where they are located in the night sky. A famous constellation mentioned in the book is Orion which is mentioned in many science textbooks. This book will more than likely be used in my classroom for upper elementary. This is because of the great stories that is tol [...]

    3. Children will see the stars shining brightly right in their own room with this glow-in-the-dark introduction to the night sky. Each constellation sparkles brilliantly on the page, thanks to the special ink that illuminates the lush artwork. And even as the luminous illustrations encourage stargazing, the kid-friendly text presents a perfect mix of simple science and storytelling. Along with very basic astronomical facts about our galaxy and the major constellations are the world myths of the god [...]

    4. This is a book full of different constellations and information about them. I would allow my students to pick their favorite and learn one thing about the constellation and create it on black construction paper and use glitter to show the stars. They would then have to write one sentence about what they learned on the same paper. I would allow the students to present their artwork at the end of the week after we have completed them. This book is more advanced so I may have to help with reading t [...]

    5. I would recommend this book to 2nd-5th grade readers. This book is about the many constellations in the sky. It has many vocabulary words that students may not have already been introduced to. This book has great illustrations and is a good book to use when teaching about space. It gives detailed descriptions about the constellations. This book also has glows in the dark illustrations.

    6. My students loved going into a dark spot in the classroom to see the glow in the dark constellations on each page. Shows about 20 of the most popular constellations and tells a bit about the story/myth that goes with each one. Also, includes star maps in the book. Good for elementary aged students.

    7. I was shelf reading and couldn't help but pause to look through this one and then take it into the back room so I could see the glow-in-the-dark stars. It includes the stories and myths behind each constellation, and is just a lot of fun. Would be fantastic for a kid who has an interest in space or mythology.

    8. I chose to put this book on my science bookshelf because I enjoyed the book when I read it. It is interesting to be able to learn about all the constellations and the history behind their names and shapes.

    9. I read this book to my daughter. It is a very good book about the constellations as well as the story behind why they are named as such. A great book for children and adults too!

    10. I have had this book for years. It's a basic introduction to the constellations of the night sky and their origin stories. This is one I keep on hand to help answer my sons' questions :)

    11. This is a really good, understandable intro to constellations. Experts seem to know too much to help me understand themis book was just my speed.

    12. Received this as a gift when I was going through my space phase, sometime around grade five.

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