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Phoenix Primary School ‘Where We Rise to the Challenge’

Scientists are readers too!

Have a look at these books and if you're looking for a good science read, then look no further!
Picture 1 a good read for younger children.
Picture 2 A good non-fiction book on the weather.
Picture 3 A fun look at why we need to pee!
Picture 4 Exploring materials.
Picture 5 Informative and explains senses well.
Picture 6 Great for research and information.
Picture 7 Science meets global learning.
Picture 1 Good for KS2. All about the life of a polar bear.
Picture 2 A gentle intro to stars. For younger children.
Picture 3 For 4-8 yrs. With an activity section.
Picture 4 For ages 7-10. Science fiction meets science!
Picture 5 A great way to explore the world around you.
Picture 6 Explains biology in a fun and informative way.
Picture 7 A visit to a museum to explain dinosaurs.
Picture 8 A classic for young scientists!
Picture 9 A child's level book about CO2 reduction.
Picture 10 Age 3-6. A good intro to this great scientist.
Picture 11 An early intro to meteorites. Age 6-10yrs.
Picture 12 Age 4-8. Story about dangers of destroying trees.
Picture 13 Written in rhyme. Explores habitats. Age 3-6yrs.
Picture 14 A great non fiction science book. Age 4-8yrs.
Picture 15 A good introduction to scientists-Age 6+
Picture 16 Book to encourage reading about scientists.Age 8+
Picture 17 A famous female scientist. Read away!
Picture 18 Looks at lives of scientists-good read for 10+
PLEASE NOTE: This Friday, 15th November is Children in Need day 2019. Children can come into school in yellow clothing - instead of paying cash could you send in a tin, packet or an item of non perishable food that will be donated to the Food Bank for Children who are in need in our area. School will be closed to pupils on Thursday 12th December for Polling Station.
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