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poetry of science

R. Hunt

poetry of science

by R. Hunt

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Published by Reeve, Benham and Reeve .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementor, Studies of the physical phenomena of nature ; by R. Hunt.
SeriesLandmarks of science
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19745968M

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Dec 01,  · Use this book with the Teacher Edition, or let kids enjoy these poems all by themselves! Praise for The Poetry Friday Anthology for Science (Teacher Edition): “A treasury of the greatest science poetry ever written for children, with a twist—” (NSTA Recommends)/5(11). Earth Verse: Using Science in Poetry. although the teacher can easily choose another book and subject area. In this lesson, students listen to poems in the book Science Verse by Jon Scieszka. Students then create diamante, acrostic, or theme poems with illustrations. To help increase fluency, students read their poems to the class.


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