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  • Audio CD: 1 Seiten
  • Verlag: Scholastic; Auflage: Com/Pap (September 2010)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0545227518
  • ISBN-13: 978-0545227513
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: 6 - 9 Jahre
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 0,6 x 21,6 x 26,7 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 275.843 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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The children in Ms Frizzle's class are going on an ordinary field trip, to the ocean. But when the bus drives onto the beach, across the sand, and into the ocean water without stopping, they know that they have once again embarked on one of Ms Frizzle's crazy class trips. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Expetat40 am 18. Dezember 2014
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Es sind super Bücher allerdings gehört zu der Reihe "the Magic School Bus" schon ein gewisses Vokabular! Mein Sohn findet die Geschichten die diese Klasse erlebt einfach toll! Die Lehrerin steht hier nicht an der Tafel und erklärt langweilig die Themen sondern die Klasse steigt in den Magic School Bus und erlebt es selber wie die Dinge funkttionieren, wie die Unterwasserwelt ist usm.! Die Kinder bekommen plötzlich Schwimmköpfe und können unter Wasser atmen, usw.! So werden die Dinge erlebt und mein Sohn liebt die Geschichten vom Magic School Bus!! Sie sind aber auch wirklich toll, aller Marry Poppins!!
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 28. September 1998
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Another triumph for the Magic School Bus series. The class takes a field trip to the ocean (not the beach; the ocean) where they learn about the wondrous creatures that live there. Everything from plankton to mammals, including the strange lifeforms around hot water vents, is touched on in this fabulous book. The inserts on each page from the kids' projects add valuable information. The science is current and presented in an entertaining and easy-to-understand manner. Even though the series is designed for older kids, my two-year-old loves the pictures and carries the book with him everywhere.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von A. Antia am 10. Juni 2008
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Fantastic book. As a marine scientist I have read a lot of uninspired childrens books on the ocean and marine life. I am as enthusiastic about this book as my kids. It is so full of interesting, absorbing detail that we always find some new aspects, both for ages 5 and 9.
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20,000 Leaks Under the Sea 14. Oktober 2003
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At this point, Ms. Frizzle and her class have explored things like the waterworks, the many layers of the earth, the human body, and even outer space. So it's only natural that Joanna Cole and Bruce Degen would decide to lead their readers on an under-sea adventure. "The Magic School Bus: On the Ocean Floor" is another top-notch collaboration by two people who show no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
Written in 1992, "On the Ocean Floor" picks up where "Lost in the Solar System" left off. Ms. Frizzle's students are working on their ocean science projects, which makes their teacher very happy. However, it makes them hot and tired; the temperature on this day is soaring!
"I wish we could go swimming," comments one student while putting the finishing touches on a display about how ocean animals swim.
"As a matter of fact, children," says the Friz, "I've been planning a class trip to the ocean for tomorrow."
And, just like that, the class - as well as the reader at home - is being whisked away on yet another magical field trip. The kids think they're just going to spend a day having fun in the sun, but Ms. Frizzle has other ideas!
"On the Ocean Floor" rivals "Inside the Human Body" for the amount of information - not to mention good-natured humor - packed into one 48-page book. Just about everything you can imagine - and anything you can't - is touched on in this compelling romp through the heart of the ocean. At the end of Ms. Frizzle's latest underwater voyage, you will have a better understanding of what hidden treasures abound in the deep blue sea.
Ms. Frizzle's class learns all about ocean life; the kids come across things such as barnacles, grunts, limpets, sponges, sugar kelp, tubeworms, and whelks. More familiar entities include coral reefs, dolphins, lobsters, plankton, sharks, tunas, and whales. The students explore high tides, low tides, continental shelves, continental slopes, the ocean floor, hot-water vents, and waves. And I'm only bobbing the surface of what Ms. Frizzle has lined up for her class.
The end of the book leaves us with two things: 1) a little quiz distinguishing what things were true in the story and what things were made up; and 2) another clue as to what the Friz's next adventure will entail. From the looks of it, her idea of a field trip is so old, it's practically prehistoric!
As so often happens, it is common for the things we love in life to grow stale. Rarely does a book series get better with age. But Cole and Degen have managed to do just that. With each "Magic School Bus" story they produce, the product becomes more polished. I had never heard of even half the things this tale delves into, and I thoroughly enjoyed absorbing myself in the read. "On the Ocean Floor" is yet another high-quality effort from two people who wouldn't settle for anything less.
The fifth book in this wonderful series is definitely a keeper, as are the four volumes that precede it. Do yourself a favor, and take a ride on the magic school bus!
As Ms. Frizzle herself would say, "Wahoo!"
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Excellent coverage! 28. September 1998
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Another triumph for the Magic School Bus series. The class takes a field trip to the ocean (not the beach; the ocean) where they learn about the wondrous creatures that live there. Everything from plankton to mammals, including the strange lifeforms around hot water vents, is touched on in this fabulous book. The inserts on each page from the kids' projects add valuable information. The science is current and presented in an entertaining and easy-to-understand manner. Even though the series is designed for older kids, my two-year-old loves the pictures and carries the book with him everywhere.
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Minus One for Lenny 14. Juni 2001
Von Ann Azuma - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Humorous, engaging, and packed with information, this best-selling science series is aptly illustrated with lively pictures. My kids adore the cartoon bubbles and short "reports" from the students in the story. Their teacher, Ms Frizzle, is an amazing character who challenges her pupils and leads them on amazing fieldtrips. Her equally fascinating wardrobe changes with each subject and situation. All this has made it a read-aloud favorite since my eldest was three. In ON THE OCEAN FLOOR, the inimitable school bus undergoes several transformations as it transports us to and through the ocean; from tidal pools, down to the deep ocean floor, and, after a brief visit to a tropical island, home. I was touched by the inclusion of a specimen of fish, well known in my home state of Hawaii. However, I must say OUR lifeguards are nothing like Lenny, who, unlike the rest of the book, is definitely lacking on several points. Real lifeguards patrol their strip of beach and keep watch over the waters from their perch. They also patiently answer my children`s questions about the local sea life (most recently, about jellyfish) and just as patiently patch up even the smallest of "boo-boos." Minus one star for Lenny.
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A great science book for children 7. September 2004
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An unusual science teacher takes her students from the classroom into the ocean - physically. The school bus she drives plunges right into the water and transforms, as needed, from bus into submarine, submersible, and surfboard so that her class can reach and explore every part of the ocean. The expedition starts at the continental shelf and moves through continental slope, ocean floor, deep-sea vents and a fringing coral reef. On their way, they children find themselves magically equipped with diving suits and they can now study plants, ocean water, animals and their habitats.

This book is beautifully illustrated and entertains while teaching important information. Kids will love it.
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Ms. Frizzle is at it again! 5. Dezember 2009
Von R. K. Sherrill - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Ms. Frizzle is at it again! With her wacky field trip and real life science experiments, the class ventures to sea in Joanna Cole's The Magic School Bus on the Ocean Floor. This integrated book of fantasy and nonfiction takes us past the beach and into some of the deepest parts of the ocean.
The book starts off with the students presenting their projects about the ocean in the classroom. Then Ms. Frizzle tells them that tomorrow they are taking a field trip to the beach. A field trip seemed to be an understatement when the bus drove past the parking lot and into the ocean, turning into a submarine. Lenny the Lifeguard joins them as they explore the different parts of the ocean.
Along the pages of the book, there are scientific facts that go along with the subject of that page, for example, when the bus is driving past the beach, there is a drawing about the tide pools and what exactly lives in one.
As the group goes scuba diving in the ocean, the classification of fish, crustaceans, plankton, and seaweed fill the pages. The class even dives down into the parts of the ocean where there is no sunlight, seeing these different and obscure looking fish that only live in the dark and deep places of the ocean. Soon, the group finds themselves over a coral reef, exploring the different habitat and the creatures that live in it. Then the bus turns into a surfboard where everyone rides the bus back to the shore.
At the end, the class creates new projects about the ocean, labeling the ocean and animals in it. Then at the end of the book is a multiple-choice test with the answers. This book is great for students 2nd grade and up who are looking to find cool information about the ocean and the animals that live in it. The Magic School Bus collection is a great reference for sparking enthusiasm for science in the classroom.
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