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The Magic School Bus on the Ocean Floor

The Magic School Bus on the Ocean Floor

Написано Joanna Cole и Bruce Degen

Озвучено Polly Adams, Cassandra Morris и A cast of kids


The Magic School Bus on the Ocean Floor

Написано Joanna Cole и Bruce Degen

Озвучено Polly Adams, Cassandra Morris и A cast of kids

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4.5/5 (97 оценки)
Длина:
31 minutes
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Издано:
Sep 1, 2010
ISBN:
9780545422345
Формат:
Аудиокнига

Описание

When Ms. Frizzle drives the Magic School Bus full speed ahead into the ocean, the class takes a submarine expedition that's anything but ordinary. With a well-meaning lifeguard in tow, the class takes a deep breath and learns about hot water vents, coral reefs, plant and animal life on the ocean floor, and more!
Издатель:
Издано:
Sep 1, 2010
ISBN:
9780545422345
Формат:
Аудиокнига

Об авторе

Joanna Cole is the author of the popular Magic School Bus series, I'm a Big Brother, I'm a Big Sister, and many other award-winning books. In Asking About Sex & Growing Up, she provides a reassuring blend of practical guidance and scientific fact for the audience that needs it most.


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  • (4/5)
    The magic school bus on the ocean floor by Joanna ColeCrazy class trip when the bus turns into a special vehicle that can go under the water. The teachers likes the kids to learn up close. They have air tanks and can get out of the bus to see all the creatures that live on the ocean floor.So many fun facts about the life under the water. Life guard is a trip!I received this book from National Library Service for my BARD (Braille Audio Reading Device).
  • (4/5)
    Join Ms. Frizzle under water and see what is under the sea! Tons of information and illustrations that will educate you on about the ocean.
  • (5/5)
    Ms. Fizzle drives the bus right into the ocean. The class learns about and discovers sea life, hot water vents, coral reefs, and other plant life. As always they embark upon a small amount of danger but quickly return safely to their classroom setting.I loved watching these shows on television. There is a great amount of knowledge delivered through the classroom of Ms.Fizzle.I think this would be great to introduce during a group. I think that there are many questions you could ask the students about the sea, and this could help introduce a science lesson! It would be fun to bring in a fish tank for the classroom.
  • (4/5)
    This is a very good book that i recommend to children who love science and want to learn about the creatures that are in the ocean.
  • (4/5)
    In this book Ms. Frizzle takes her students to the ocean floor. They discover all the ocean has to offer. Learning about marine biology, ocean water, coral and marine life. The students go on an adventure while they take a look at the sea floor. Great to have when learning all about marine life and the science lesson of habitats.
  • (4/5)
    This is a good example of a modern fantasy book with an educational and informative twist. It is a fantasy because the bus would not be able to go into the ocean and survive and because some of the animals talk. It is also very informative because they learn characteristics about the ocean and some of the animals in it. There is a lot of truth in the story as the teacher is telling them a lot abou the ocean and so it is possible to follow the story and understand it. Media: pen and ink, watercolor, color pencil, and gouache
  • (4/5)
    Ms. Frizzle takes her class on another field trip and this time she drives the school bus in the ocean where they end up laning on the ocean floor. The class explores and learns about the ocean floor and what it consists of. I really enjoy the magic school bus and every book is full of adventure!
  • (3/5)
    Ms. Frizzle takes her class on another wild field trip. When she drives the school bus straight into the ocean another adventure begins. The class explores the ocean floor, coral reefs, and a hot water vent. I love the magic school bus collection because there a great series of interesting books about a crazy teacher that takes her class on all these different feild trip so they can get a better learning experience. I definitely recommend this book for younger grades!
  • (4/5)
    The kids in Mrs. Frizzles class make the mistake of thinking they'll be having an ordinary trip to the beach- naturally they end up exploring all over the ocean instead. They go from the beach and tide pools, to the continental shelf, to a deep ocean trench, and a coral reef, before surfing into shore on the bus. My only issue is that we don't know which ocean they're supposed to be exploring (and elements from Atlantic and Pacific may have been combined).
  • (5/5)
    One of the best books of all time ,so interesting.
  • (5/5)
    loved it .i will read more.....it is so awesome.love it
  • (5/5)
    This was very fun. The Magic school bus has always given kids a fun way to learn by combining a real science lesson with a great sci-fi writing adventure. An enthusiastic teacher who breaks the rules in order to reach every one of her students. The students are characters kids can relate to and have fun learning with. I love reading these books with my kids and seeing they love them as much as I did when I was young.
  • (5/5)
    It’s so long 12 chapters and at least 30 minutes or mor
  • (5/5)
    This book is great it has lots of facts too at the end!
  • (5/5)
    OMG! That was brand new! Oceans are so beautiful. Let's say we get five stars on this book!
  • (5/5)
    I love it because it is clear to understand the story ❤?❤
  • (4/5)
    The Magic School Bus on the Ocean Floor is a fictional book but presents factual information to its readers about the ocean, and the sea-animal's lives. This book was about a class whose teacher took them on a field trip to the ocean. Their bus took them through each level of the ocean starting at the inter-tidal zone, all the way to the deep ocean floor. They were able to learn several new things firsthand about the ocean and were also able to understand that knew knowledge because they could see it face-to-face. The first reason I liked this book was because it told many facts about the ocean, and its animals. Throughout the book, there were post-its, written by the students of the class in the book, answering any questions that they felt the reader should know. For example, when the class was on the deep ocean floor, Ms. Frizzle (the teacher) told the class that "There is not enough food here for large animals". On this page, there was a post-it from one of her students stating the question: "What do ocean-floor animals eat?", and then she gave an answer. I thought this added text feature helped engage the reader in learning as the students learned.The second reason I liked this book was because at the end of the book, it had another text feature-a multiple choice quiz. As a reader, I was able to test myself to see if I actually read for understanding, and learned anything. The test gives three questions. I also thought it was funny how the "student" taking the test in the picture was a lifeguard.The third reason I liked this book was because of the illustrations. The pictures were all around amazing, and the animals in this book were labelled. The people-and some animals- in the pictures were also able to talk with small talking bubbles. On one page, they were exploring sharks, and it was said that a whale shark are the biggest of all sharks. The illustration on this page showed the whale shark in a bigger proportion compared to the other sharks that looked very small. All in all, this was a great fictional, but fun informational book to read.
  • (4/5)
    I liked this book a lot, but I feel like most people would typically rather watch the Magic School Bus episode on the same subject. However, I think the fact that it was based off of a television show which many people are familiar with gives people a means to easier identify with it. Additionally, anyone who has seen the TV show, whether it was about this subject or not, would already be familiar with the characters, who were still well developed in this story. One of the reasons I liked this book was because of the character Ms. Frizzle; She is eccentric but very entertaining, and at one point in the story the children proclaimed "sometimes having a weird teacher isn't so bad!" I'm planning on becoming a teacher someday, and I'm proud to say that I'm not entirely "normal," so I was able to identify with Ms. Frizzle and I appreciated the fact that the students valued her unusual tendencies. Another reason I really liked this book was because of the illustrations. The story was told through a narrative text, but it was strongly supported by comments the students made in text boxes in the illustrations. Furthermore, a lot of the information about the Ocean Floor was presented in the form of "student written" reports on the sides of the pages. None of this information was essential to the development of the story, but it is all factual, and contains a great deal of information. The central message of this book is about protecting and valuing our oceans, and the various animal and plant life that is contained within.Reading level 2-6
  • (5/5)
     I have always been a fan of the Magic School Bus series by Joanna Cole; they are really great informational books that engage kids and encourage scientific investigations in ones own surroundings. In this particular book, Ms. Frizzle takes her class on a field trip to the ocean where the class learns about hot water vents, coral reefs, plant and animal life on the ocean floor, and the different levels of the ocean. I found this book so engaging and interesting because of how the book was organized and the variety of extra-textural features present throughout it. I think this book is so engaging (and others in the series, too) because it is set up with field trips that are unrealistic; yet, children become immersed in the book because they wish they could go on these field trips, but since they cannot they can read this book. I thought it was really neat how all the words present on each page were informative regarding the illustrations and content of the page. There was the main text, dialogue bubbles, posters, and on the sides of each page were students’ reports—all of which reflected the main topic of that specific page. The illustrations were superb; they had excessive detail and truly enhanced the story—especially with how they encompassed the children’s various reactions with what was happening. All of the extra-textural features were clear and to the point and I felt that they aided in understanding the ocean floor because they all provided interesting, specific details pertinent to the topic. The big idea of this book was how significant the ocean is and it is important to understand how it works so one can realize the importance of recycling and respecting our environment.
  • (5/5)
    This is a book about a teacher named Ms. Frizzle who takes her class on a trip to see and learn about the ocean by taking their magic school bus under water. It includes tons of information about creatures from the ocean and other fun facts. One of this book’s best features is that it labels the new sea/ocean animals and plants when they are first introduced in the book and it has mini essays complete by the students about the ocean. I also love how it even has some comical comments made by the characters in little bubbles throughout the story. I would rate this book a 5 out of 5 because it contains accurate information and the pictures help keep the reader engaged the entire way through.
  • (4/5)
    The Magic School Bus: on the Ocean Floor is written by Joanna Cole and Bruce Degen. Ms. Frizzle tells her class they are taking a class trip to the ocean. The class is very excited for it’s been hot. The student arrived to class the next day in their bathing suites. When Ms. Frizzle said they were “taking a trip to the ocean” she was not kidding. The bus is heading to the intertidal zone of the ocean. The lifeguard ran after the bus to safe the kids. Ms. Frizzle talks about the continental shelf. How it’s 4 to 6 hundred feet deep. The students learn about different kinds of fish, planktons and sharks. Next they head to the deep ocean floor but they didn’t stay long. They explored the coral reef. The bus then turned into a surfboard and the students ride it straight into the sand. Back at the classroom the students make a bulletin board about everything they had learned from the ocean. The students were glad it was the weekend for they need a break from the wild field trip. I like this book because it has both fiction and nonfiction. The book has a lot of information in it. I learn a lot by reading the book like about jellyfish, squids, tiger sharks, plankton, and ocean currents. The book has pictures with great detail. I also like how at the end of the book there is a multiple-choice test on what is real life. For example, in real life a school bus cannot magically change into anything else.I would use this book in any grade from 2nd to 6th and marvelous with science lessons. We would talk about the ocean salty water. The class could make waves like on page 16. We could do and activity on the food chain. We could talk about the kinds of coral reefs. The class could make charts showing what animals in the oceans are mammals. The ocean currents are also a great topic for discussion. We can have a lot of informational discussion with the Magic School Bus: on the Ocean Floor. My favorite part of this book was the bulletin board the class made back at classroom. I defiantly would like to make a class bulletin board about the ocean. I would also like to make a web quest to go along with the theme of this book.