Where do Polar Bears Live? : Sarah Thomson :Where Do Polar Bears Live? With a somewhat fiction feel, this book entices the reader with illustrations and many facts about polar bears and their cubs. Students will learn about these fascinating creatures and also about the future of the Arctic and its inhabitants. There is loads of information on polar bears including: where they live, what they eat, and how they grow. The author relays a message that is very crucial for young readers to understand. She tells about how each year the Earth has gotten warmer and more ice is melting in the Arctic. Without the ice, polar bears are having a hard time surviving a lot of arctic animals are.
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I actually learned a thing or two myself from this book. Friend Reviews. ProjectsLiteracy Center Ideas. This is the perfect itty bitty unit for you.
This is a nonfiction book for elementary school aged children. Help Share Storyboard That. There is loads of information on polar bears including: where they live, and how they grow. This polar bear unit is pages of fun filled non-fiction learning.
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This book gives a day in the life of a polar bear, and threats to their environment, as well as the environmental factors bok effect their livelihood on a day to day basis, Science. ReadingInformational Text. Reading. It is both factual and informative about general facts about the species. Add to cart.
Thank you! Along the way, children learn about Arctic temperatures and conditions and the adaptations that allow polar bears to survive there. After about the first 29 pages, however, the style of the text changes from informative to exhortative. A decrease in Arctic ice is a fact that affects polar bears. This series has already addressed global warming, and its heavy presence in this title seems shoehorned in solely to galvanize readers.
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Sep 18, Sam rated it liked it Shelves: elem-ed-science. After about the first 29 pag. History World History. For All Subject Areas.