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Recess at 20 Below

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Published by Alaska Northwest Books .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Recesses,
  • Pictorial works,
  • Preschool Informational Books,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children"s Books/Young Adult People & Places,
  • Children: Grades 1-2,
  • School & Education,
  • People & Places - United States - Other,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction / Ethnic / Other,
  • Alaska,
  • Juvenile literature

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8177320M
ISBN 100882406094
ISBN 109780882406091

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Recess at 20 Below is a nonfiction picture book written from a students perspective of what recess is like at their school. The book begins by discussing the preparations for going out into the cold. Then it describes different activities students participate in outside such as sledding, making snow forts, snowball fights, and playing soccer /5.   Ms. Aillaud continues to live in Delta Junction, AK and stays busy visiting schools all across the globe encouraging kids to write their own stories. She is the author of Recess at 20 Below and is currently working with the American Publishing House for the Blind and Dr. Lauren Lieberman on a book about children with visual impairments and sports.5/5(1). SUMMARY A classroom favorite, Recess at 20 Below was written by school teacher Cindy Lou Aillaud to show kids what school and life is like for those who live in Alaska. In places where snow is the norm and people are used to freezing temperatures, how do kidsFile Size: KB. Recess at 20 below. [Cindy Lou Aillaud] -- "A look into what school and recess is like at 20 degrees below zero for kids in Alaska, one of America's coldest places" -- Winner of Notable Book for Children by the Tree House Breakfast Selections (United States).

Recess at 20 below. [Cindy Lou Aillaud] -- How cold does it have to be before Alaskan kids stay inside for recess? This is a photo book with text written from a child s . Recess at 20 Below by Cindy Lou Aillaud Experience from a kid’s perspective what it is like playing during recess when it is really cold: how the world sounds outside, how it tastes outside, how it looks, and even how it smells when the thermometer says it’s 20 below. CCC: In Recess at 20 Below you combine the very familiar (recess) with the less familiar (being outside at 20 degrees below zero). You bring a hard-to-imagine experience to life with great descriptions and sensory details (e.g., crunching snow sounding like potato chips, tongues sticking on cold metal, moist breath making frozen eyelashes). This is a great little pack to extend your winter unit using the book, Recess at 20 Below by Cindy Lou Ailloud. Students are thrilled to read this non-fiction book with great photographs that teach students what it might be like if you went outside for recess at 20 below zero!4/5(21).

  A kid favorite of life in the far north, Recess at 20 Below is now repackaged in a new design with bonus content from the author! Experience from a kid's perspective what it is like playing during recess when it is really cold: how the world sounds outside, how it tastes outside, how it looks, and even how it smells when the thermometer says it's 20 : West Margin Press. For many schools, if it is colder than 20 below zero, they stay indoors; otherwise, it's outside for frosty fun! This is is a photo book with text written from a child's perspective on what kids to during recess at 20 below. We see kids getting ready for recess putting on layers of outdoor clothing, and then somebody has to go to the bathroom!   In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read. Perhaps more than most books for children, Cindy Lou Aillaud's Recess at 20 Below has its feet firmly planted in the real world. The reason for that, of course, is that it's illustrated with the author's own photographs of children at the school in Delta Junction, Alaska, where Aillaud teaches physical education.