Our Solar System
The Magic School Bus Presents Our Solar System will expand upon the original title with fresh, updated, Common Core aligned content about the amazing planets in our solar system.
The Magic School Bus Presents Planet Earth explores the wonders of our planet. Packed with illustrations, fun facts, and vivid photographs, this nonfiction guide offers a thrilling adventure with Ms Frizzle.
The Magic School Bus Presents Wild Weather explores the wonders of extreme weather. Young readers are in for a wild ride as they join Ms Frizzle and all of the other students aboard the Magic School Bus.
The Human Body
The Magic School Bus Presents The Human Body will expand upon the original title with fresh, updated Common Core aligned content about our amazing bodies.
The Magic School Bus Presents Sea Creatures will expand upon the original title with fresh, updated, Common Core aligned content about all the incredible animals that live below the waves from sharks and squid to whales, dolphins and walruses.
WOW is what I would like to describe these books with. As I grew up I had the games The magic school bus and loved them for the awesome information they give, but sadly to keep going back to that information to learn over and over you had to get back to that spot you were already at so it made it a little harder. When this set came up for review I thought it would be a neat way to introduce my children to the awesome way of learning about new things, with Ms fizz and the gang in the magic school bus.
The book have the same children as the games I played and they have little note pads in the pages with information, there are Frizzle facts to read and so much information to gather and learn about. Lots of speech bubbles from the children's mouths for the different things on the pages, My son LOVED the human body book and took off with it, as he has been learning about the human body at daycare and we have many human body books but this one has so many different facts and more information than any of the books we actually have.
The pictures in the books are great, and done well, they relate to what the book is about and what each page is talking about, like the wild weather book there is a page about wind power which is a wind farm, fits the page perfect for what is going on in all the words. Each book has a contents page and a words to know page which I think is awesome, the words to know page is for those big words we don't really know what they mean so it gives a meaning of those words to help the understanding, this is awesome for children.
I would be very inclined to recommend these books to friends with children, I would also love to see them sold as a set, as I get worried with books like this when I go to find a set one book of the set is sold out so I can't get the whole set which annoys me, so being able to buy as a set price and a single price would be awesome.. I'm glad to say that these books have a much loved spot in our family with lots of use left in the for the learning of my 6 and soon to be 5 year old. And lets be honest, $12 for a book like this, isnt that bad of a price
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