The Drop Goes Plop: A First Look At The Water Cycle (2020)

The Drop Goes Plop A First Look At The Water Cycle Presents the epic journey of a drop of water from cloud to rain river bath sewer sea and back to cloud through the characters of a baby seagull and its mother This picture book introduces young ch
  • Title: The Drop Goes Plop: A First Look At The Water Cycle
  • Author: Sam Godwin
  • ISBN: 9780750024952
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Drop Goes Plop: A First Look At The Water Cycle
    Presents the epic journey of a drop of water from cloud to rain, river, bath, sewer, sea and back to cloud through the characters of a baby seagull and its mother This picture book introduces young children to the science concept of the water cycle.
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    1. The Drop Goes Plop A First Look At The Water CycleSam GodwinGrade 1 4Content Describes the water cycle and the uses the water can have as it cycles through this processIn 1st grade children are introduced to the water cycle as they observe the changes in water as it relates to weather This book discusses the water cycle and how water travels and changes in different forms Teachers can read this book to students in their classroom, to began to establish a foundation or engage the students in the [...]

    2. The text bobs and weaves through lovely water color illustrations to describe the water cycle Two birds carry on a conversation about the water cycle to provide a running commentary on what happens to a drop of water, which falls from a cloud The birds speech bubbles sometimes interrupted the flow of the main story, but my young audience didn t seem to mind Also contains a glossary and an index.

    3. Not my favorite book to describe the water cycle For the target age group I did not think the illustrations flowed well The text was all over the page and the text bubbles interrupted the flow of the story and seemed distracting It is conversational though and the bird characters are cute.

    4. This is a cute book for pre k and kindergarten It is an excellent book to read during the topic about rain water cycle This book is creative and simple to understand.

    5. A story about a mama and baby seagull as they follow one water drop through the water cycle The story is easy to read and the illustrations are quite pretty There are key vocab words listed at the end as well as additional facts and resources for children and parents I will be taking a look at the other books in the series for my toddlers.

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