Inside the Earth

To celebrate its 20th anniversary, is re releasing the ten original Magic School Bus titles in paperback With updated scientific information, the bestselling science series ever is back Rock collecting has never been quite like this When the class forgets to do its homework, a fieldtrip through the Earth s crust, into the center of the Earth, and out through aTo celebrate its 20th anniversary, is re releasing the ten original Magic School Bus titles in paperback With updated scientific information, the bestselling science series ever is back Rock collecting has never been quite like this When the class forgets to do its homework, a fieldtrip through the Earth s crust, into the center of the Earth, and out through a volcano will teach them not to forget their assignments again and then some
Inside the Earth To celebrate its th anniversary is re releasing the ten original Magic School Bus titles in paperback With updated scientific information the bestselling science series ever is back Rock collectin

  • Title: Inside the Earth
  • Author: Joanna Cole Bruce Degen
  • ISBN: 9780590407601
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Inside the Earth”

    1. The Magic School Bus Inside the Earth is intended for students in grades 2-5 and is a Reading Rainbow book. In this Magic School Bus book, Ms Frizzle's class learns about different kinds of rocks and the formation of the earth as they go on a field trip to the inside of the earth. This is an informative, exciting, and attractive informational book that takes readers to the center of the earth. Readers learn something new with the turn of every page as they explore the crust, mantle, and inner an [...]

    2. I wanna rock and, erm, rock, all night.This is the first Magic School Bus book I ever actually read. I've seen a couple of episodes of the TV show with my kids, but the book is written in a really interesting style. There's the normal text of the book, plus pretty much every page has word balloons or thought balloons coming from most of the characters, and similarly to the TV show you have little asides by the kids in the style of reports that they wrote about their trip.It has a very strange be [...]

    3. A wonderful read from my childhood, one I’d certainly suggest for other youngsters. Whilst it is not my all-time favourite childhood read I can still recall all the details of this one meaning it certainly left a lasting impression upon my young mind. And isn’t that what we want with children’s books, for them to leave a positive lasting impression?

    4. This is a great read for young readers that are interested in science. I can remember reading the whole series of the "Magic School Bus" as a child. This book is a great way to also introduce the parts of the earth in a science lesson. I am currently taking an Earth Science class and all of the topics in "Inside the Earth" are very accurate to what we have been talking about in class.

    5. "The Magic School Bus" was one of the many book series I and my siblings read as small children and also loved as the TV series and still do. Even as an adult these books are still wonderful for children and adults of all ages.

    6. If you like magic school buses you might like Magic School Bus Inside the Earth. One day Miss Frizzle announces to the class that tomorrow they have to bring in a rock.The next day almost everyone had a excuse. If you want to hear what happens you will have to read the book. Hattie

    7. Loved this one as I've always been interested in geology. But all the Magic School Books are a wonderful tool for teaching science to kids. They're fun and effective in inspiring young children to want to learn more about various branches of science.

    8. The Magic School Bus is an adventurous, fresh approach to teaching science to children. The story Inside the Earth is for second and third-grade students. The teacher Ms. Frizzle is having her students move from studying animal homes to earth science. The class is to take a field trip to collect rocks aboard the Magic School Bus. The students first dig through the earth’s crust learning the different layers and different type of rocks. Then the Magic School Bus takes the students through the c [...]

    9. The students in Ms. Frizzle's class take the Magic School Bus deep, deep underground to see rock layers, caves, magma, and even a volcano.We read this book in first grade reading club. It's level P, so the teacher read the narration and Ms. Frizzle's part, and the students read the kids' speech bubbles and the captions. It was nice that the book had parts for everyone to read.Here is what we thought:Emiliano, age 8: This is a good book for kids to read because they can learn about the Earth. My [...]

    10. This was one of my favorite shows as a kid! I always wished my school bus could be magical! In this one the kids go to the center of the earth and learn about rocks and the layers of the earth. Is it just me or are those kids a little cynical and a lot ungrateful? I would go crazy with happiness if I had a teacher like Ms. Frizzle!

    11. What a great book to teach kids about the types of rocks and how they are formed. The layers of the Earth and what rocks are used for are mentioned as well. This is another good field trip with Miss Frizzle!

    12. I loved watching the Magic Schoolbus growing up and now my son loves reading the books. It's a fun way to teach kids and they have fun doing it.

    13. This make a connection to science and adventures. Students who like science or who are struggling with science will enjoy this book.

    14. Joanna Cole and Bruce Degen do a superb job at informing children on educational topics through lively illustrations and a solid storyline. Ms. Frizzle, the crazy elementary school teacher who always has something up her sleeve, decided her class was going to learn about the Earth. After assigning her class homework to bring a rock to school one day and realizing that only four students did the assignment, she decided to take her class on a field trip to collect rocks. Typical Ms. Frizzle field [...]

    15. Mrs. Frizzle’s class is learning about animals when she decides that they will learn something new. They will begin learning about the earth. She takes the kids on a trip on the magic school bus where they dig through the earth to learn about rocks and other material components of the planet. Along the way they learn about different types of rocks and the different layers of the earth. The kids also learn new words to add to their vocabulary, like “sedimentary” and “metamorphic”. The f [...]

    16. I never associated the Magic School Bus with the children’s books series rather the TV show. I was a very young child where both series were prominent. I suppose the mid 90s were a time where Television truly started to monopolize everything entertainment leaving children’s literature books in the dust. Speaking of dust, The Magic School Bus literature original “Inside the Earth” gave me an interesting perspective of what I primarily knew as an animated television program. The book took [...]

    17. Mommy's review from 9/6/11 - I haven't checked so I'm not positive but I'm almost sure this book was illustrated by someone different than the last four or five Magic School Bus books we've read. And I prefer the previous illustrator to say the least. The characters in this one, especially Ms. Frizzle, look horrible. You be hard-pressed to portray them worse. It's really only the people, specifically the faces, I have a problem with and I should note that Julia either didn't notice or didn't car [...]

    18. Makiyah Anderson The Magic School BusThe tittle of the book i have read it called The Magic School Bus .Joanna Cole is the author of the book I have read. The genre of the book is Realistic-Fiction.The main character’s in the book is Ms. Frizzle, Arnold, Phoebe,Dorothy, Tim, Liz the Iguana, and Conrad. The main characters did was panic because Arnold was late to the talent show and he had the act that the were showing off but he could not find them because his cousin Conrad lost the [...]

    19. The Magic School Bus Inside The Earth by Joanna Cole was a great book, much like all of her Magic School Bus books. This one is about rock collecting and learning about different types of rock in our Earth.This book is very accurate about the types of rock, and gives factual information about where each are located and facts about the different types. It is in an organized way because the magic school bus went through the Earth, and in each new layer they found different types of rocks, which is [...]

    20. The Magic School Bus inside the Earth by Joanna Cole is a children’s book about a classroom and teacher that take a ride on the magic school bus to explore the different layers of the Earth’s surface. They learn about different types of rocks, soils and where these different things are found. I thought this story was very cute. I know I used to love the Magic School Bus books and TV series. This children’s book is part of a series that I find very interesting. The series is about a classr [...]

    21. The Magic School Bus Inside the Earth is an informational book written for young readers. The story is about Ms. Frizzle’s class traveling inside of the earth to study rocks. The entire class was assigned homework to bring in a rock to show the class, but only a couple of students completed the assignment. When Ms. Frizzle realized that the students were struggling with the assignment, she decided to take them on a field trip through the crust of the earth. While on the field trip, students st [...]

    22. The Magic School Bus: Inside the Earth is a fictional story that talks about the inside of the earth. The students in Mrs. Frizzle’s classroom go on an adventure traveling the inside of the earth looking for rocks. They learn about the different types, the layers of the Earth, fossils, volcanoes, soil, and clouds. The book ends when the students return to school.This book is extremely accurate. The author does an excellent job explain the types of rocks. The information is very factual. The bo [...]

    23. I absolutely loved Magic Schoolbus as a kid! Needless to say, I was happy to reread one of my favorite Magic Schoolbus adventures for this portfolio project. This particular Magic Schoolbus book is about exploring the different layers of the Earth and showing through the illustrations what they look like.While humans cannot actually take a "Magic Schoolbus" adventure, all the information presented is factual when it comes to the inner makings of the Earth. The information is presented in a fun a [...]

    24. A book about taking a "magic school bus" through the earth is obviously fictional; however, it allows students to process factual information about the earth in a creative way. This book does not just teach the readers about the layers of the earth, it shows them. Mrs. Frizzle literally takes her students there! We may not be able to do this in our classrooms, but this book sure can help! We just need to remind our students that some of the events that take place in the Magic School bus are just [...]

    25. Nonfiction/Twin Text Entry 4Fiction Book Pairing: The Magic School Bus - Inside the EarthBy Joanna Cole & Bruce DegenThe Magic School Bus books are some of my favorite children's books because they couple learning with entertainment. They each have a fiction storyline that teaches facts along the way. They make the fiction parts so drastically unrealistic, that it isn't difficult to delineate fact from fiction. If that weren't the case, they would be useless. I particular like this one paire [...]

    26. “The Magic School Bus” is a renowned children’s informational book series-by Joanna Cole and illustrated by Bruce Degen- that takes readers on different educational journeys through Ms. Frizzle and her class. Within the “Magic School Bus: Inside the Earth,” Ms. Frizzle and her class embark on a journey that takes them inside the Earth where they discover the different types of rocks, caves, volcanoes and more! Not only is this book visually appealing through its unique illustrations an [...]

    27. The Magic School Bus: Inside the Earth is a fictional story book that takes a scientific look in a creative way at the inside of the earth. From the beloved classroom of Mrs. Frizzle, the students on the magic school bus go on an adventure traveling the inside of the earth. While on the magic school bus, the students discover and learn about the different rock types in the earth, the layers of the earth, fossils, volcanoes, soil, and clouds. The book ends with the students returning to school wi [...]

    28. "Inside the Earth" is part story, part informational text - a hybrid genre. It tells the story of Ms. Frizzle and a group of students that are learning about a new topic, rocks. Ms. Frizzle gets the kids onto the magic school bus and they travel into the Earth (what better way to learn about rocks?) when the students forget to bring in their own to study. This text is Illustrated in graphic novel style but also presents the main arc of the narrative in traditional prose. Most of the factual info [...]

    29. This particular Magic School-bus book is about exploring the different layers of the Earth and showing through the illustrations what they actually look like. While humans cannot actually take a "Magic School-bus" adventure, all the information presented is factual when it comes to the inner makings of the Earth. The information is presented in a fun and organized way. Ms. Frizzle introduces each of the Earth's layers in the correct layer, going deeper and deeper until they reach the core, and t [...]

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