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Canada at Work: Mining

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Paperback
USD $6.95
978-1-55074-920-5
Hardcover
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978-1-55074-337-1
 

Social Studies

  • Cultures, Local & Global Community
careers
roles and jobs in the community

Science & Technology

  • Earth Science
minerals
Reading Levels:
Fountas & Pinnell
Grade Level
Accelerated Reader
 




Canadian in every detail, Mining introduces kids to the people, work, machines and environmental concerns involved in bringing metal and minerals to their homes.

Readers take an armchair trip with a Canadian family to visit a nickel mine and an open-pit oil mine. Along the way, they'll find out about the challenge of removing metal from solid rock far underground and follow its transformation into steel. They'll also learn about extracting oil from underground pools or oil sand and follow the path of crude oil as it is turned into many different products.

In picture-book format, this book in the Canada at Work series fills an educational need for information about Canada's mining industry for seven to ten year olds.


Canada at Work: Mining

www.kidscanpress.com/US/product.aspx?productid=2556
 
Paperback
USD $6.95
978-1-55074-920-5
Hardcover
USD $12.95
978-1-55074-337-1
 

Social Studies

  • Cultures, Local & Global Community
careers
roles and jobs in the community

Science & Technology

  • Earth Science
minerals
Reading Levels:
Fountas & Pinnell
Grade Level
Accelerated Reader
 




Canadian in every detail, Mining introduces kids to the people, work, machines and environmental concerns involved in bringing metal and minerals to their homes.

Readers take an armchair trip with a Canadian family to visit a nickel mine and an open-pit oil mine. Along the way, they'll find out about the challenge of removing metal from solid rock far underground and follow its transformation into steel. They'll also learn about extracting oil from underground pools or oil sand and follow the path of crude oil as it is turned into many different products.

In picture-book format, this book in the Canada at Work series fills an educational need for information about Canada's mining industry for seven to ten year olds.


Canada at Work: Mining

www.kidscanpress.com/US/product.aspx?productid=2556
 
Paperback
USD $6.95
978-1-55074-920-5
Hardcover
USD $12.95
978-1-55074-337-1
 

Social Studies

  • Cultures, Local & Global Community
careers
roles and jobs in the community

Science & Technology

  • Earth Science
minerals
Reading Levels:
Fountas & Pinnell
Grade Level
Accelerated Reader
 




Canadian in every detail, Mining introduces kids to the people, work, machines and environmental concerns involved in bringing metal and minerals to their homes.

Readers take an armchair trip with a Canadian family to visit a nickel mine and an open-pit oil mine. Along the way, they'll find out about the challenge of removing metal from solid rock far underground and follow its transformation into steel. They'll also learn about extracting oil from underground pools or oil sand and follow the path of crude oil as it is turned into many different products.

In picture-book format, this book in the Canada at Work series fills an educational need for information about Canada's mining industry for seven to ten year olds.


 
Jane Drake and Ann Love

Pat Cupples
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Canada at Work





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