Unlimited How Mountains Are Made - by Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld James Graham Hale, How Mountains Are Made, Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld James Graham Hale, How Mountains Are Made feet tall and still growing Even though Mount Everest measures feet high it may be growing about two inches a year A mountain might be thousands of feet high but it can still grow taller or shorter each year Mountains are created when the huge plates that make up the earth s outer shell very slowly pull and push against one another Read and find out abo, Unlimited How Mountains Are Made - by Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld James Graham Hale - How Mountains Are Made, How Mountains Are Made feet tall and still growing Even though Mount Everest measures feet high it may be growing about two inches a year A mountain might be thousands of feet high but it can still grow tall

  • Title: How Mountains Are Made
  • Author: Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld James Graham Hale
  • ISBN: 9780064451284
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback

How Mountains Are Made

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  1. Wow, this book was really great We own another of the Let s Read And Find Out Science books From Seed to Pumpkin , and this book was just as impressive I loved how they broke down the science combined with wonderful illustrations,making for an excellent science book The text was so easy to understand, not just because how it was written, but because of the illustrations They were very clear and were easy to relate to, even for my 6 year old son He especially loved seeing what the dog was doing t [...]


  2. Cute book with a story about climbing a mountain with explanations of how mountains form and the different types of mountains Geared toward a younger age student than sixth grade, but cute book to use if there is time.6th Grade New Mexico Science Standards Strand II Standard III 5 8 Benchmark II 1Strand II Standard III 5 8 Benchmark II 2Strand II Standard III 5 8 Benchmark II 7Strand II Standard III 5 8 Benchmark II 8 Available at Albuquerque Bernalillo County Libraries


  3. This story is about four kids who hike up a mile high mountain and they discuss the science of how mountains are made They explain the reason that sea creature fossils are found on top of mountains They compare different types of mountains The speech bubbles in the pictures give fun facts They also compare their small mountain to mount everest It s a great book for students in 3rd or 4th grade for a geology unit.


  4. Great book for an integrated science and literature lesson in the classroom This book has an abundance of information about many different topics that may be overwhelming for one read aloud, but it could be used for a review if all the topics had been previously covered Although this is a non fiction book full of information the illustrations are colorful and easy to see The text is also represented in a fun way by having speech bubbles come out of the characters mouth.


  5. I ve taken a university geology course, we are learning geology in our homeschool by watching the Great Courses man I learned so much just in this little book Great stuff Want to read the rest in the series.


  6. We saw the older version of this book I m hoping the newly revised one is as good if not better.We enjoyed this book quite a bit good illustrations and easy text which fulfills its purpose in explaining how mountains are made We ll use this again.



  7. 2.5 stars This book seemed to try to bridge the gap between a story and non fiction and ultimately didn t do well at either.