5 edition of Fungus That Ate My School found in the catalog.
by Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media
Written in English
|Contributions||David Catrow (Illustrator)|
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Dorros has written many fiction and nonfiction picture books including Abuela, an ALA Notable Book, Julio's Magic, a CLASP Americas Award Commended Title, Feel the Wind, and Ant Cities. He's also received Orbis Pictus, the Parents' Choice, Notable Children's Trade Social Studies Books and the Pura Belpré Honor for his ity control: ISNI: , . The Fungus that Ate My School: Tie a silly topic and a state standard. For example, read The Fungus that Ate my School, then explore the world of fungi. Microbe Zoo - Kids; Fun Facts about Fungi - Kids.
every student, classroom, and school is different, so the book level may not always correspond to the class or grade level. If your school or library uses another system for leveling books, you can fungus uses it for food. Fungi don’t get sick from eating rotten food. They love it! 8 9File Size: 1MB. Catrow (The Fungus That Ate My School) once again puts a giddy spin on common school situations, but his fondness for odd angles, extreme exaggeration and over-the-top detail seems to have gotten.
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Fungus That Ate My School book. Read 21 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When the kids come back to school after a rainy spring va /5. This is a delightful book which you will definitely enjoyreading to your child.
My second grader read this book to me and heloved it and was laughing and commenting on the pictures throughoutthe book. The story is cute and nonsensical about fungus taking over and eating the school!5/5(6). He didn't believe them, until it ate their school. After a rainy spring vacation, the kids return to find that the school has been taken over by a humongous fungus.
The fungus now presides in the principal's office and is serving a fungus lunch in the cafeteria. Thankfully, Mr. Harrison knows just who to call. The Fungus That Ate My School is a zany book about an award-winning fungus experiment that went bad.
Harrison’s class was growing fungus in jars and right before spring break the class said it was getting out of control. He didn’t believe them until it was too late. The Fungus That Ate My School [Dorros, Arthur, Catrow, David] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Fungus That Ate My School5/5(6). The Fungus That Ate My School. By: Arthur Dorros. illustrated by: David Catrow (Scholastic, ) Fungus can be serious business. But not in this book. This is a fungus like neither you, nor I, has ever seen before.
It has a mind of its own, and the illustrator even has it wearing a cowboy hat as it takes off. Primary Sidebar. Activities. Buy Fungus That Ate My School by Arthur Dorros online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 3 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ The Fungus That Ate My School by Arthur Dorros and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Fungus That Ate My School Arthur Dorros, Author, David Catrow, Illustrator Scholastic $ (32p) ISBN More By and About This Author New Coronavirus Updates for the.
Get this from a library. The fungus that ate my school. [Arthur Dorros; David Catrow] -- While the students are home for spring vacation, the fungus they are growing in their classroom grows and grows and takes over the entire school.
He didn't believe them, until it ate their school. After a rainy spring vacation, the kids return to find that the school has been taken over by a humongous fungus.
The fungus now presides in the principal's office and is serving a fungus lunch in the cafeteria. Thankfully, Mr. 4/5(1). This lesson plan will help students describe how different characters think and respond and use collective nouns as they read 'The Fungus that Ate My School' by Arthur Dorros.
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Free shipping for many products. A great way to extend this science lesson is to read The Fungus That Ate My School by Arthur Dorros. The humorous tale of a relentless fungus that takes over an elementary school will leave your mini scientists giggling.
The book is full of onomatopoeias, great dialogue, and vivid pictures. The Fungus That Ate My School Book Summary and Study Guide. The story is cute and nonsensical about fungus taking over and eating the school. The artist, David Catrow did a wonderful job as his illustrations are most colorful, exagerrated, and funny.
They are sure to keep your interst as well as your child's interest as you both explore. THE FUNGUS THAT ATE MY SCHOOL. Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1st, MORE BY ARTHUR DORROS.
Children. ABUELO. by Arthur Dorros Children. Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in. A great way to extend this science lesson is to read The Fungus That Ate My School by Arthur Dorros.
The humorous tale of a relentless fungus that takes over an elementary school will leave your mini scientists giggling. The book is full of onomatopoeias, great dialogue, and vivid pictures.
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By Arthur Dorros. This work of fiction is a fun way to introduce fungi to the classroom. During a damp spring break, a science class mold experiment outgrows its jar. Three elementary school students return from vacation to find an amorphous green shape dominating the lab. Since then I have written a variety of books, from nonfiction and science picture books like Ant Cities and A Tree Is Growing, to humorous stories about what could be serious things, like The Fungus That Ate My School.
Some of my stories are bilingual. I grew up hearing a number of .Fungus That Ate My School: Arthur Dorros, David Catrow: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Deals Store Coupons 5/5(3).
"The Fungus that Ate My School" by Arthur Dorros is an imaginative comedy of a children's book. The story is about three young students who leave their science experiments at school over spring vacation. They tell their wacky teacher that their experiements are getting out of control, but he assures them, "fungus can take care of itself" (p.