The Street Beneath My Feet (Look Closer)
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It says 'requires illustration' on one slide and many of the slides have text that overlaps and jumbles together so that it is unreadable. With narrative non-fiction spanning natural history, archaeology, and geology, and detailed pictures to explore, this delightfully illustrated concertina book will encourage children to think about the planet they live on.
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The painted, stenciled, and collaged illustrations are full-bleed, and the tones graduate pleasantly from light colors at the surface of the Earth to rich pinks, yellows, and oranges as readers near the Earth's core. Hi jills0604, thank you for your review, I have now re uploaded this resource, so you should be able to download it straight away once you have cleared your cache and refreshed the page. I made my own model text to include different features I wanted to emphasise, and changed the emphasis to include more about volcanoes and the layers of the Earth that we have been doing in geography.To enable our lovely PowerPoints to work properly for you, please make sure that you have selected 'Enable Editing' if this is displayed as an option. A double-sided fold-out book that delves underground to reveal everything that happens beneath our feet, both in the city and the countryside.
STREET BENEATH MY FEET - The Quarto Group THE STREET BENEATH MY FEET - The Quarto Group
This whole class reading session aims to develop children’s fluency and comprehension skills through reading the opening to Charlotte Gullian’s ‘The Street Beneath My Feet. The session is best suited for children in years 2-4, although with minor adaptations it could feasibly be used with slightly younger and older year groups. The underground scenes include tunnels and pipes, creatures' burrows, layers of rock, and the planet's molten core, each running seamlessly into the next.Zommer's illustrations are a hive of subterranean activity, and Guillain's captionlike bursts enthuse about everything readers are seeing. When you’re out walking around, whether on the city streets or a country trail, there’s always so much to see and hear.
Street Beneath my Feet | Literacy Tree The Street Beneath my Feet | Literacy Tree
This beautiful book will expand readers’ knowledge and understanding and inspire them to think more about our planet. Friendly but information-rich text explains the features of the different layers, from the pipes and wires that support our civilisation to old bones, underground rivers, coal mines.Mixing urban and rural settings, covering subjects such as geology, archaeology and natural history, The Street Beneath My Feet offers children the opportunity to explore their world through a detailed learning experience.