Oscar and the Moth: A Book About Light and Dark

Oscar and the Moth A Book About Light and Dark A first science book that introduce young readers to core science concepts through fresh graphic illustrations engaging stories and supplemental activity suggestions As Oscar the kitten watches the

  • Title: Oscar and the Moth: A Book About Light and Dark
  • Author: Geoff Waring
  • ISBN: 9780763635596
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A first science book that introduce young readers to core science concepts through fresh, graphic illustrations, engaging stories, and supplemental activity suggestions.As Oscar the kitten watches the sun set one evening, he has lots of questions about light and dark Who better than Moth to help out Moth shows how sources of light are as different as the sun, stars, fireA first science book that introduce young readers to core science concepts through fresh, graphic illustrations, engaging stories, and supplemental activity suggestions.As Oscar the kitten watches the sun set one evening, he has lots of questions about light and dark Who better than Moth to help out Moth shows how sources of light are as different as the sun, stars, fireflies, streetlights, and airplanes, and also explains how shadows are made and why darkness comes at night Includes lesson summaries

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    1. Oscar the Cat has a lot of questions about light. Fortunately, the Moth is on hand to answer Oscar’s many questions and explain the many things to do with light, such as where light comes from (the sun, lamps, stars and even animals like the angler fish), many lights are hot, many lights are easier to see at night, when we do not have sunlight we need other lights like streetlights and when something blocks the light it makes a shadow.Well illustrated and full of interesting facts, this book e [...]

    2. Oscar and the Moth is a great read for entertaining and educating kiddos about light. Moth answers Oscar's questions about light--answering a typical child's questions as well. This is a fun introduction to learning about light and its scientific concepts on a young child's level.

    3. A great book for preschool science storytime on light and dark -- simple, with basic information for preschoolers. Thoughts about light, dark, sources of light, stars, and shadows presented in an appealing way. Used in Wonderworks October 2016 with The Dark by Lemony Snicket/Jon Klassen.Author/illustrator Geoff Waring lives in London.

    4. I am sooo pleased with this collection of sciences books!!! I love it; it will be great for Kindergarten class because it is written in simple language for children to understand the basics of science. This book is about light and dark, where both come from, how shadows are made, and why it is dark at night. Illustrations are adorable!!!

    5. This book is a great way to teach science to students without a textbook. Students can learn about why we have light and darkness. Students can also learn about different animals that create their own light and how the sun is different than light we have here on Earth. Oscar the cat asks questions that a student would probably ask themselves, making the character relatable.

    6. Oscar asks a Moth where the sun goes at night. Moth tells Oscar that the Earth is moving all the time, but Oscar doesn't believe him! They talk about lights and stars and how some creatures even make light with their bodies! They even learn about shadows!

    7. Love love love! The book discusses light and darkness. Oscar learns about the sun, stars, different sources of light, and shadows. It's a great book to use to introduce a science lesson.

    8. These books are cute and I always enjoy when you can learn something too. The illustrations are also very adorable.

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