Weathering and Erosion (Science Readers: Content and Literacy) | Paperback
by Torrey Maloof (Author)
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November 15, 2014
• The Earth"s surface is always changing • Learn how weathering and erosion constantly reshapes the earth through wind, water, and more! • With the help of easy-to-read text and bright, colorful images, this reader simplifies challenging • This reader also includes instructions for an engaging science activity where students can see what happens • A helpful glossary and index are also included for additional support.
Product Description Earth is constantly changing. Wind, water, and even humans change Earth's surface. The land is broken down and worn away by erosion. Introduce students to weathering and erosion with this science reader that features easy-to-read text. Nonfiction text features include a glossary, index, and detailed images to facilitate close reading and help students connect back to the text. Aligned to state and national standards, the book also includes a fun and engaging science experiment to develop critical thinking and help students practice what they have learned.
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