Dear Rebecca Winter Is Here characters ☆ 100

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Dear Rebecca, Winter Is Here characters ☆ 100 É From a letter written by her grandmother Rebecca learns that winter began on June 21 while she was cooling off under the hose The northern half of the Earth began to grow cold and the days grew shorter The birds began to fly to the sunny underside of the Earth and the groundhogs and beaRn half of the Earth began to grow cold and the days grew shorter The birds began to fly to the sunny underside of the Earth and the gro. I loved the simplicity of this book The little hands pulling night over the day concept was cute and the illustrations are really nice Plusit ends with the warm thoughts of summerWe didn't learn anything new from this but it was still a lovely book and I would recommend it for all children in the northern hemisphere

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Undhogs and bears went to sleep But on December 22 summer will begin Before long Rebecca will take off her shoes and jump over bluebells. This is a book about a grandmother who writes a letter to her granddaughter about winterGreat book to use to teach about letter writingScience can be used to teach about the changes in the seasons as it relates to the earth's rotation can also be used with younger students to teach about the weatherSS can be used to teach about different places around the world with different climates tropical placesno winter vs Alaska cold wintersIllustrations are warm and cozy

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Dear Rebecca Winter Is HereFrom a letter written by her grandmother Rebecca learns that winter began on June 21 while she was cooling off under the hose The northe. Dear Jean I know that and don't call me RebeccaThis book was pleasant enough and a nice introduction to the concept of solstice and euinox days getting longer and shorter etc etc But it oversimplified things by a lot Sure some plants respond to the changes in light some than others But you know what else they respond to Temperature and also whether there is snow on the ground It felt kind of ridiculous to be reading this book which announces that things begin to grow again on December 22 to a classroom of Minnesotan children Yeah it's real dark here But it's also going to be very cold for the next three or four months and it is not until after that that anything will grow June 22 which the author refers to as the day when things start to die is here when gardens are just about to reach their roarSorry Jean If you had just stuck to explanations of light and dark this could have been a better readYoursBecky