Oh Say Can You Seed?: All About Flowering Plants (Cat In The Hat's Learning Library)
ISBN: 0375810951
EAN13: 9780375810954
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 27, 2001
Pages: 48
Dimensions: 0.4" H x 9.1" L x 6.7" W
Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Format: Hardcover

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5
   Great book to read around gardening season!
His 3 year old niece, Ethel, has devoured the entire Harry Potter series. They are great for a child who is curios and wants to learn about these ancient ruins, Raymond said. This was especially great after we planted our garden by seed, she said, because she could relate. This is a tad less hard to understand than some others we have read. Great article on the germination and growth of the seed, along with some great photos of the plants. This kid is great, said Dr. Christine Lambrecht, director of the Early Years Learning Center at the University of Michigan.
 
5
   Educational and fun to read
Full plant growth and development information, including its chemical, physical and biological characteristics. It's great for preschoolers who already read well on their own or who are often read to by a teacher, because it is truly a head start on the tools they will be given to learn with in school. This book is great for older children and adults who love Seuss as well. We love this book in my house and this was the second time we have purchased other Cat in the Hat Learning Library books as a result of our enjoyment with this one and are not disappointed with any of them.
 
5
   Great book!
The book is amazing, and went well beyond my expectations. I used this book to teach my campers about seeds and plants. It was a great resource, said Dr. Chester Floyd, director of NASA's Ames Research Center in California.
 
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   Good for K-1st Graders
It's just that little too deep for my girls. I was expecting a little rhyme about seeds growing into plants with sun and water. The book goes into the parts of a plant and other factoids. Great for kids that are a little older than 6-7 years old.
 
4
   Oh Say Can You Seed?
In her books, Worth touches the typical curiosity of young children through her pictures of animals and the environment. Young readers are encouraged to begin the discussion about the role of nature in the growth and development of a child.
 
5
   Oh Say Can You Seed?: All About Flowering Plants
The book is a total work of fiction, and I love the teaching on every single page. Really good resource for teachers and students.
 
4
   Good
I'm not sure the Cat in the Hat approach is the best. The way the characters get in the way of what is being said is wrong.
 
5
   a hit
We bought this for our granddaughter's birthday, along with Joanna Gaines' gardening book that she wrote with her children, and it was a hit. Simply put, this is an instant bedtime favorite. The Miracle Planter immediately began watering all the flowers in her yard. Great to get kids away from the dvd player and outside, said Blair.
 
5
   Great literacy connection for plant lesson
I absolutely love this story, and I'm thrilled to be associated with Penguin. It's a literacy connection for the classroom when we plant seeds and grow flowers in the spring.
 
5
   Great resource for learning about the plant Lifecycle!
I'll never forget the first time I read this to my first grade class. It has all the makings of a great book, Simon said. The book is very informative and covered everything we were learning in great detail, said Dr. Colin. Evans, assistant professor at George Washington University. It went into too much detail, so I skimmed over some of the text because of short attention spans, Hollingworth said. This could be great for 4- to 6-year-olds.
 
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