A day at the beach means fun in the sand. But get out of the sun before you get burned! Play around with in and out to see how these useful words put your world in place.
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Tami Johnson is a Capstone AuthorReview:
This early concept book highlights Where words by introducing young readers to an object s relationship and its relative positions. Johnson opens by defining What is Near? What is Far? and continues by explaining near and far through two mini chapters, Near and Far on the Go and What is Better, Near or Far? The short sentences are easy to understand as they are complemented by full-page color photographs. For example, When it is near, a hot-air balloon looks very different from when it is floating far away. One photograph depicts the inside of a hot air balloon, while the opposite page shows the balloon floating with clouds. The last mini chapter details Near and Far Facts. Like many books by Capstone Press there is a glossary defining subject-specific vocabulary; Read More, a list of books related to the topic; and an explanation of where readers can find more information online. Part of a series introducing the vocabulary of space in context, it is a nearly perfect choice for early listeners and readers discovering and digesting mathematical thinking. --Childrens Literature, January 2007
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Book Description Capstone Press, 2007. Library Binding. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0736867333
Book Description Capstone Press, 2007. Library Binding. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110736867333