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Books Recommended by Science Teachers

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Pamela Auburn Pamela Auburn 68605 Points

I have been looking for summer reading and have come across several list recommended by science teachers. I thought that others might be interested so I am sharing them here
Good Science Books
Awesome Science Books for teachersPut together on Amazon with many NSTA titles
Recommended by Professor Shakhashiri (the famous chem demo guy)
Great science books for high school students
Best Science Books and Films

Aurora Otero Aurora Otero 2500 Points

Thanks for sharing.

Ashley Brooks Ashley Brooks 3460 Points

Thank you for sharing these resources!

Azo O Ashley Osborn 4725 Points

Thank you so much! I have been very curious in finding resources!

Katelyn Pages Katelyn Pages 795 Points

I found two books that I thought might be cool to have: What is the World Made Of? All about solids, liquids, and gases by Kathleen Zoehfeld The Moon Seems to Change by Franklyn M. Branley

Adah Stock Adah Stock 101510 Points

Hi All: You should also check out NSTA Recommends: http://www.nsta.org/recommends/ These books are reviewed by professional educators with classroom experience. There is also a list of outstanding trade books K-12 http://www.nsta.org/publications/ostb/ You can even subscribe to the feed: http://www.nsta.org/recommends/RSSProducts.aspx Adah

Stephanie Barrera Stephanie Barrera 2405 Points

Thank you for sharing these great books! I plan on incorporating reading and LA integration within my science lessons when I can. These will be great resources.

Adrienne Aviles Adrienne Aviles 2145 Points

Thank you for sharing these resources! They are wonderful!!! I am so excited to incorporate them into my science and language arts lessons. Adri Aviles

Chelsea Wessels Chelsea Wessels 1585 Points

Thank you for sharing these resources, implementing trade books is a wonderful way to engage students and create new learning experiences.

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