It's been a pretty rough season so far; you know it's bad when it snows the first day of spring! As I write this post there are floods in the Midwest, and several days ago it snowed across large parts of the country, including Colorado, New York, and Michigan.
Nevertheless, I'm going trust that we will eventually see signs of more inviting weather that will entice us to head outdoors and explore the season. And in that spirit I offer up this bibliography published in the April 2015 issue of SB&F in which we share 28 books with a spring theme that can be used to engage children with the science of the season. Included are seven fiction selections that can be paired with the nonfiction titles to make the concepts even more engaging.
Also, here are some other resources to celebrate the season!
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10 Apr 2015 11:48 AM