The Magic School Bus Explores The Senses
  • The Magic School Bus Explores The Senses
  • The Magic School Bus Explores The Senses
  • The Magic School Bus Explores The Senses
  • The Magic School Bus Explores The Senses
  • The Magic School Bus Explores The Senses
ISBN: 0590446983
EAN13: 9780590446983
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 1, 2001
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.08" H x 9.84" L x 8.19" W
Weight: 0.44 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Scholastic is re-releasing the ten original Magic School Bus titles in paperback. With updated scientific information, the bestselling science series ever is back

On a most sense-sational trip that takes them through an eye, an ear, a tongue, and even a dog's nose, Ms. Frizzle's class learns about the senses. Using their trademark sense of humor, Joanna Cole and Bruce Degen provide facts about the senses in both the human and animal worlds.Don't miss the all-new Magic School Bus: Rides Again book series and the animated show streaming on Netflix now

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   Magic School Bus
I like the books, but they are more for fun. I purchased this one as a aid for our health class but it did not give as much information as I would like. I think the Magic School Bus shows are much more informative than the books, but that is just my opinion as a school bus mom. If you are home schooling and just want some aids for class they are good but I would look at the Children's Encyclopedia series if you are teaching your children and really want to get their attention. The customer service was exceptional. I still love these and love to see that my children are reading these books, their layout is really appealing and they are still learning!! It's great to be back home, said Blair.
 
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   finally, it's OK to be serious and science-geeky!
This is a great, almost un-American book in that kids are told that it's okay, even wonderful, to be a science geek, be curious. She says take chances, get messy, make mistakes, and she encourages her students to explore. In a society where sports and violence for boys and beauty and cattiness for girls elevate gender neutral intellectualism and academic achievement, this series stands out for encouraging gender-neutral intellectualism and academic achievement. My geeky 5 year old can't get enough, having finally found fictional characters that reflect her and encourage her. As a 40 year old, I have learned tons.
 
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   Kids of all ages.
The two kids, ages 2 and 4, love to hear it over and over. The drawings in the book are so much fun for them to look at also.
 
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   It is a fun and engaging way to learn some science!
I bought this and two other Magic School Bus books to complete the set that my own kids enjoyed. Now I am interacting with my kindergarten age grandson FaceTime weekly while his mom and dad work from home. He loves the colorful pictures and the fun facts in these books. He also enjoys reading the speech bubbles and shorter bits of information that are found here. It's just that science is fun.
 
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   Don't buy it for a Kindle on ipad
Not formatted well for the Kindle on ipad. It puts four pages when it's in landscape mode and you can't adjust it whatsoever. The pages are full of text and pictures so it's hard to enjoy and read that small. I wish I took a picture of it to show you, but as soon as I returned it, I couldn't bring it up again. Just try to imagine four pages into one screen, and you get the idea.
 
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   Doesn’t really work on kindle
This doesn't work well on kindle, I'm sure the paper version is fine, but it's a mess and we can't really read on kindle. We have some other magic school bus in paper format that is fine, we don't have to worry about it.
 
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   Fun While Learning!
I bought this book as a present for my 4 year old grandson's birthday. I don't think it has spent a single day since that time, four months ago, that it hasn't been carried around and studied. And since his five-year-old older brother can already read, it's been a bunch of times that I've come across both of them, studying the pages closely, the older brother reading text or dialog bubbles and both of them giggling with delight at the antics going on. They love to inform me of facts about the five senses, all of which they've learned from reading this book. What do you think about learning when you're 4 or 5 years old? It's just that they don't know what it is. Like the other magical schoolbus books they love.
 
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   Information overload
My kids and I enjoy the magic school bus storyline books. Each book has so much information on each page! Great educational books, Mr. Pearson said.
 
5
   Great quality for science and illustrations
This is truly exceptional. Very cool in-depth look at the eye in a way that is digestible for kids. As a physician, I can say the science is all very accurate and one of the most accurate ways I’ve seen to organize what is essentially an intro anatomy presentation, but with the audience being young kids.
 
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   Love this series
A good series. My 6 year old is fascinated by the Magic School Bus TV shows and she loves to have the books for me to read before bed. I like that they are so educational, not all the foo-foo crap for girls out there. It teaches her how to use her brain, not just dress in sparkles and glitter and wear ridiculously fancy and immodest clothes.
 
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