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Big Bang! Teacher Guide

Big Bang! Teacher Guide
Connect science and language arts with questions, discussion ideas, and extension activities in this printable teacher's guide for the book Big Bang.
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Big Bang!
Carolyn Cinami DeCristofano
Billions of years ago, everything in the universe was crunched up into a tiny speck that was smaller than the period at the end of this sentence. How did this little speck become the universe we know today? Playful, alliterative verse and clear prose tell the story of the universe's journey from speck to spectacular in Big Bang! Bold illustrations help uncover the secrets of the cosmos. The sky will never look the same again.

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