The Children’s Book “Life in a Rain Forest” by Carol K. Lindeen  » Books  »
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  • This problem creates a larger problem where students are then drifting off during class readings and not fully grasping the lesson
  • However, when researching a book that would be fun and interesting for students to want to listen to as I conduct a living science lesson, I came across this book that was filled with animals and beautiful pictures of the rain forest

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      When it comes to reading and learning, sometimes, children are simply not interested in the text. This problem creates a larger problem where students are then drifting off during class readings and not fully grasping the lesson. However, when researching a book that would be fun and interesting for students to want to listen to as I conduct a living science lesson, I came across this book that was filled with animals and beautiful pictures of the rain forest. It was titled “Life in a Rain

      Forest” by Carol K. Lindeen.

      This book talks about all the different kinds of life that people can find in the rain forest. Animals such as snakes and frogs and apes, and then the author goes on to tell the young readers about what these animals do in the rain forest. Also, there is talk about plant life, and the kind of plants that can be found in the rain forest as well. The final page of the book talks about how the plants and animals live ...


      • in the rain forest together, which is such a great way for students to learn about ecosystems and different types of organisms living together in one area.

        A lot of the students I have spoke to or read with this semester while interning at the local elementary school, have said or chosen books that revolve around animals. I will even see them reading about animals on their own, which is a great sign because it shows that they are involved in reading books that are not just

        purely fiction. What is so great about this book, is that it combines a topic that students love reading about (animals) and relays the message to them about life in the rain forest.

        \ I found this book at the school I intern with local library. But by searching for the author or the book title on the internet, you can find where this book will be available for purchase and will make a great addition to a teacher’s class library or a child’s library at home.




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