Seeds! Seeds! Seeds!

Seeds Seeds Seeds Buddy gets five colorful bags in the mail from his grandfather who writes Dear Buddy Have five days of fun Love Gramps P S It s almost spring Buddy finds a surprise in each bag and with each sur

  • Title: Seeds! Seeds! Seeds!
  • Author: Nancy Elizabeth Wallace
  • ISBN: 9780761451594
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Buddy gets five colorful bags in the mail from his grandfather, who writes Dear Buddy, Have , five days of fun Love, Gramps P.S It s almost spring Buddy finds a surprise in each bag, and with each surprise he discovers something wonderful about seeds In one bag, for example, there are different kinds of seeds which Buddy pastes onto colored paper and which are reproducBuddy gets five colorful bags in the mail from his grandfather, who writes Dear Buddy, Have , five days of fun Love, Gramps P.S It s almost spring Buddy finds a surprise in each bag, and with each surprise he discovers something wonderful about seeds In one bag, for example, there are different kinds of seeds which Buddy pastes onto colored paper and which are reproduced photographically in the book for accurate identification In another bag, there are cards that show how seeds grow As Buddy sorts, collects, eats, and creates with seeds, he learns plenty about growth and germination, making this introduction both entertaining and educational.

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      Published :2019-04-24T10:08:42+00:00

    About "Nancy Elizabeth Wallace"

    1. Nancy Elizabeth Wallace

      Nancy Elizabeth Wallace attended the University of Connecticut, and majored in sociology and psychology with a minor in art history, then continued on for a master s degree in child development.For many years, she worked at Yale New Haven Hospital with children and teenagers as Child Life Specialist helping children to understand what was going to happen if they needed to have a medical test or an operation or a cast.Then she took two adult education courses, one was about traditional Scherenschnitt share en sssh nit scherren means scissors, schnitt means cut The other was about writing and illustrating children s books When she brought in acut paper illustration, the teacher said, You ve found your medium Nancy is married to Peter Banks They have been married for than 30 years He is a high school Physics teacher.They live in Branford, Connecticut.

    588 thoughts on “Seeds! Seeds! Seeds!”

    1. Cut paper illustrations for a story about a bear cub building a seed collection with help from grandpa far away. Good information on seed life cycle, lots of real seeds used in the illustrations, but a bit long for a read aloud for most of the littles.


    2. 1.This is a great book!it is really wordy.2.You can take many concepts that can be taught from this story such as: days of the week, sequencesing,counting,compare and contrast ect.3.This story will work well with a spring unit that talks about seeds and changes.Story Extention(will take some advanced preperation) This is one stroy that I would simple follow as it is told. The box would be addressed to Mrs.Henry's classroom students.All of the materials in the box would of course meet the needs o [...]


    3. Buddy Bear gets a package in the mail from Grandpa. Inside the package Buddy finds five bags and a note from Grandpa. Grandpa's note informs Buddy that he will have five days of fun.I read this book to my class and we open a bag each day - just like Buddy. In the first bag there are seeds, glue, markers, and paper. With these items Buddy (and my class) begins a seed collection. The bag on Tuesday holds cards that are to be put in order which show the growth of a seed. On Wednesday the bag contai [...]


    4. My kids loved this book. In fact, I've read it about 15 times over the last 2 days. No joke.This book teaches the very basics of seeds. You learn about the seed coat and how a plant starts to grow. I love that the different pictures of the seeds are actual pictures instead of drawings.I think it's best suited for the pre-k/K group unless you add a bit more. It would be absolutely awesome if you had little bags made up for each day like Buddy gets from his Grandpa. Then when you read the page abo [...]


    5. My five-year-old son picked this book out from the library last week. I feel kind of bad not giving this book a higher rating because the author is so earnest in her writing. And that is just the problem. Yawn. It's too long. It's too dry. It's like she forgot she was writing for children, and then tried to save the book by slapping cute little bears everywhere.


    6. I really like this book! It is great for introducing the topic of seeds to students. It teaches the basic parts of a seed and what seeds need to grow. I also love how the illustrations incorporate real pictures of seeds.


    7. Grade: 1st Topic: Seeds, Life cycle of a Plant, Gardeningso cute!a great way to introduce a unit on plants, photosynthesis, gardening, or food and where it comes from.Bring in different seeds. See if the students can guess which ones grow into what food (have the fruit available to eat)


    8. Great book. Good idea. Am using it for a Christmas present for my nephew (along with the idea of the story line). PB is jealous of the Christmas present. May have to use it with her, too. She really loves this book. Requested several times by both girls.


    9. I didn't particularly care for this book, but it had a lot of great information and the pictures of the individual seeds were really cute. I would suggest for first to second grade for this book, which is outside my scope of need.



    10. This book can be used on plants. It could also be incorporated into a spring lesson or even life cycles. It also incorporates days of the week, counting, and sequencing.



    11. Buddy Bear receives a box of goodies from his grandfather. Inside he finds many different kinds of seeds and beans. Some to plant, some to eat and even some to feed the birds.



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