Fog, Mist, or Haze?
What are fog and mist made of? If they're made of water droplets, how did all that water get into the air? What makes up haze? How is it different from fog and mist, and what does it have to do with pollution? Young readers will find out as they learn all about these weather phenomena that can sometimes make it hard to see the world around us! Filled with information perfectly suited to the abilities and interests of an early elementary audience, this colorful, fact-filled title gives readers a chance not only to learn, but also to develop their powers of observation and critical thinking. With its stunning photographs and surprising, high-interest facts, the book makes learning about our weather and air a lively and engaging experience.
|Interest Level||Grade 1 - Grade 5|
|Reading Level||Grade 2|
|Number of Pages||24|
|Dimensions||10 x 8|
|ISBN||9781627248648, 9781627249249, 9781627249843|
|Title Format||Reinforced book, Multi-User eBook, Savings Bundle|
|ATOS Reading Level||4.0|
|Guided Reading Level||M|
|Lexile Reading Level||590|
|Scholastic Reading Counts Level||4.3|
|AR Quiz Number||177302|
NSTA Recommends Fog, Mist or Haze?
Have you ever stepped outside and didn’t know if the air was filled with fog, mist, or haze? Ellen Lawrence presents actual photographs with clear descriptions to support the understanding of these three weather elements.
Through easy to read scientific definitions, this book illustrates the differences that are sometimes difficult to distinguish. There are questions embedded throughout the reading, and a science visual word wall to further deeper vocabulary literacy. There is also a suggested mini–lab for a hands–on experience. This book would be a nice addition to any weather unit.
|Full-color photographs, Full-color illustrations|