## Elementary (K-5)

### Books

**Title:** Air and Water

**Author:** Miguel Angel Herrera

**Editor:** SITESA—Serie Nuestro Mundo

**Year:** 1998

**ISBN:** 968-6135-84-7

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This publication has 31 pages in which the author explains in a very simple language and experiments as examples, basic science concepts such as area, pressure, Pascal’s and Archimedes’ Principles, and surface tension. It is part of the OUR WORLD Series.

**Title:** Astronomy for Every Kid

**Author:** Janice VanCleave

**Translation:** María A. Guardiola Fernández

**Publisher:** John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

**Year:** 1999 (First Edition)

**ISBN:** 968-18-4687-7

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Something for all academic levels

Janice VanCleave shows how the natural phenomena that occur on Earth relate to the phenomena studied in astronomy and how to understand them through scientific explanations. In this book you can choose those experiments that interest you from a selection of 101 different experiments.

**Title:** The Night Sky

**Author:** Felix James

**Publisher:** National Geographic

**Year:** 2003

**ISBN:** 970-690-772-6

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 12-page book has two objectives. The first is that children practice reading and comprehension, which is the reason why the author uses everyday words and simple sentences to describe the topics in the book.

**Title:** Earth Science for Every Kid

**Author:** Janice VanCleave

**Translation:** Juan Naves Ruiz

**Publisher:** John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

**Year:** 2002

**ISBN:** 968-18-4688-5

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Something for all academic levels

Janice VanCleave explains natural phenomena that occur on Earth through scientific explanations. Within this simple book, you can select from 101 different experiments that interest you.

**Title:** Climate and its Changes

**Author:** Janet Palazzo

**Publisher:** Sistemas Técnicos de Edición, S.A. de C.V.

**Year:** 1988

**ISBN:** 968-6048-02-2

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary

In this small book the author explains, in a clear manner, the properties that affect climate. This interactive book explains to children, in an interesting manner, how climate changes and how we are able to predict these changes.

**Title:** Stars

**Author:** Roy Wandelmaier

**Publisher:** SITESA

**Year:** 1994

**ISBN:** 968-6135-08-1

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 30-page book contains beautiful illustrations on every page, accompanied by short sentences about the sun and the stars...

**Title:** What Geometry has in Your Life!

**Author:** Rosa Ma. Herrera Merino

**Series:** Orange

**Publisher:** SM

**Year:** 2001

**ISBN:** 84-348-8163-2

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School (9 years old)

This 109-page book has the purpose of making children familiar with the geometric figures that exist around them and why it is useful to know geometry.

**Title:** Day and Night

**Author:** Valérie Guidoux

**Translator:** María Emilia Picazo

**Publisher:** Editions Nathan

**Collection:** MegAprende

**Year:** 1999

**ISBN:** 2-09-250300-6

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary

This small book teaches children in a simple manner, through games that are very entertaining and educational, with colorful images, information about day and night.

**Title:** Addition Domino

**Made by:** Educar

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This domino game contains 27 pieces of wood with which children and parents will be able to enjoy themselves while the children practice addition of one and two figures.

**Title:** The Eclipse

**Publisher:** CONAFE

**Collection:** Science

**Year:** 2002

**ISBN:** 970-18-6216-3

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This book is divided into two parts. The first part talks briefly about the universe and the things inside of it, such as stars and galaxies like ours. Inside of these galaxies there are more stars and some of these are like the sun. Some of these suns may have planets like the earth.

**Title:** Exercices. Division

**Collection:** Learning is Fun

**Publisher:** Todo Libro

**Year:** 1999

**ISBN:** 84-7883-885-6

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This book contains exercises that are completed with stamps, so that children enjoy themselves and are entertained while learning and practicing division.

**Title:** Junior Mega Encyclopedia

**Publisher:** Larousse

**ISBN:** 970-607-834-7

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This small 326-page encyclopedia has colorful and amusing drawings that accompany each one of the areas in which this book is divided.

**Title:** Encyclopedia of the World that Surrounds Us

**Author:** Annabel Craig, and Cliff Rosney

**Publisher:** Todo Libro

**ISBN:** 84-8426-370-3

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This small 127-page encyclopedia has colorful and amusing drawings that accompany each one of the areas into which it is divided, including the numbers, heat and energy, forces and machines...

**Title:** The Encounter

**Author:** Fátima de la Jara, Rosa Luego

**Publisher:** Edelvives

**Year:** 2001 (Fourth Edition)

**ISBN:** 84-263-4052-0

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This is a nonscientific book. This book will introduce children to the Sun but will not give them much scientific information. This book is a fiction story that is very simple and fun to read. The book has symbols take the place of words so that the children are able to look at an object and replace it with the object’s name.

**Title:** Space (Contains CD ROM)

**Author:** Ian Graham

**Publisher:** El Ateneo

**Year:** 2000

**ISBN:** 950-02-8568-X

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 120-page book explains, in simple, clear language, the role of the sun in our solar system, as well as the role of each of the planets, with their specific characteristics.

**Title:** Space

**Author:** Ben Denne and Elieen O’Brien

**Translator:** Gemma Alonso de la Sierra

**Publisher:** Usborne Publishing Ltd.

**Year:** 2002

**ISBN:** 0-7460-5069-0

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 47-page book is a brief but concise guide of space, both near and far from earth.

**Title:** My First Space Encyclopedia

**Author:** Paul Dowswell

**Translation:** Sonia Tapia

**Publisher:** Usborne Publishing Ltd

**Year:** 2001 (First Edition)

**ISBN:** 0-7460-5074-7

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This book contains extraordinary images that make it possible for children to discover the splendors of space. It consists of thirty chapters and sixty-two pages in which the author describes, in a simple way, how we understand space. The reader will learn about telescopes, radio telescopes, space missions, astronauts, the solar system, distant solar systems and much, much more.

**Title:** Stars and Planets

**Translator:** Weldon Owen Inc

**Publisher:** McGraw-Hill Interamericana

**Year:** 2003

**ISBN:** 970-10-4169-0

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 63-page book contains concrete information about the stars and planets near and far from the earth.

**Title:** The Stars

**Author:** Laura García Renart

**Publisher:** Sistema Técnicos de Edición, S.A. de C.V.

**Year:** 1987

**ISBN:** 968-6135-17-0

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 31-page book, with many colorful images, introduces children in a simple non-technical manner to many interesting facts of astronomy.

**Title:** E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Discovers the Solar System

**Author:** Ian Graham

**Translation:** José Miguel Parra Ortiz

**Publisher:** Kingfisher Publications & Universal Studios

**Year:** 2002

**ISBN:** 84-667-1395-6

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

E.T. has discovered our solar system and takes the reader on this thrilling journey. In thirty pages, the reader learns many interesting things about the Solar System, missions to the moon, terrestrial planets, gaseous planets and the search for extra-terrestrials.

More about E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Discovers the Solar System.

**Title:** Exploration of Space

**Collection:** Exploradores

**Publisher:** McGraw-Hill Interamericana

**Year:** 2003

**ISBN:** 0-7699-0563-3

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 32-page book is a brief introduction to the world of astronomy. The topics are treated briefly and with colorful illustrations, however one a consequence of this brevity is that students generate new questions.

**Title:** Physics for Every Kid

**Author:** Janice VanCleave

**Translation:** Juan Naves Ruíz

**Publisher:** Limusa Wiley

**Year:** 2003

**ISBN:** 968-18-4693-1

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School (8 to 12 years old)

This 254-page book contains 101 experiments of basic physics that are “secure, amusing, and inexpensive”, and can be done with materials we all have at home.

**Title:** Nature’s Fury. The Power of Climate

**Author:** Joseph D`Aleo

**Translator:** Élida M. Colella

**Publisher:** Editorial Sigmar S.A.

**Collection:** Casa Autrey División Publicaciones

**Year:** 1999

**ISBN:** 950-11-1361-2

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary

“Through an amazing transparent window, you will be able to appreciate nature in full activity. You will get to know all the impetus of a tropical storm, the devastating force of a hurricane, the magnitude of a torrential rain with thunder and lightning or the white fury of an avalanche on a snowy hill.”

**Title:** The Scribbles of the Sun

**Author:** Fátima de la Jara, Rosa Luego

**Publisher:** Edelvives

**Year:** 2001 (Fifth Edition)

**ISBN:** 84-263-4054-7

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This is a nonscientific book. This book will introduce children to the Sun but will not give them much scientific information. In the story a sick little girl feels bored of being in bed and does not know what to do, when suddenly the Sun comes out to help her. The book has symbols take the place of words so that the children are able to look at an object and replace it with the object’s name.

**Title:** The Big Book of Space

**Author:** David Glover

**Publisher:** Comercializadora Planeta, S.A. de C.V.

**Year:** 2000

**ISBN:** 970-690-140-X

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 48-page book with many colorful images shows children many interesting concepts of astronomy. Children will learn about space, the solar system, the earth, the moon, the planets, comets, meteors, asteroids, stars, space missions and many more topics.

**Title:** The Great Pop-Up Book of the Space Shuttle (3D)

**Author:** David Hawcock

**Publisher:** Casa Autrey

**Year:** 1998

**ISBN:** 970-656-239-7

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This book contains a pop-up space shuttle that is 1.2 meters (3.94 feet) tall.

**Title:** The History of the Blue Planet

**Author:** Andri Snaer Magnason

**Translation:** Kristinn R. Ólafsson

**Publisher:** Ediciones Omega

**Year:** 2001

**ISBN:** 84-282-1293-7

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 94-page book is a short story in which the children of the blue planet have to travel through “dark forests, deep valleys and blue skies” due to the strange arrival of a being from another place.

**Title:** Basic Mathematics

**Translation:** Susana del Moral Zavariz

**Series:** To Have Fun Learning

**Publisher:** CITEM

**Year:** 2000

**ISBN:** 970-656-381-4

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This book contains 10 placards that are precise and easy to understand. The topics covered are: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division...

**Title:** Mathematics for Children

**Author:** Janice VanCleave

**Publisher:** Limusa —Wiley

**Year:** 2002

**ISBN:** 968-18-5079-3

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 262-page book contains a series of experiments that are safe and simple to carry out in any place.

**Title:** Mega Benjamin Encyclopedia

**Author:** Marc Pelloté

**Publisher:** Fondo de Cultura Económica

**Year:** 1999

**ISBN:** 970-607-856-8

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary

This is “a unique encyclopedia that prepares you to understand the world.” In this encyclopedia, children will learn in a simple manner about the countries and landscapes of the world...

**Title:** My First Numbers

**Author:** Mandy Stanley

**Translation:** Eunice Cortés

**Publisher:** Planeta Junior

**Year:** 2002

**ISBN:** 970-690-641-X

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 47-page book “is a simple and amusing introduction to the world of numbers and counting, and constitutes the perfect way for all children to become familiar with the basic concepts of mathematics”.

**Title:** Clouds

**Author:** Roy Wandelmaier

**Publisher:** Sistemas Técnicos de Edición, S.A. de C.V.

**Year:** 1989

**ISBN:** 968-6048-02-2

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary

In this small book the author explains, in a clear manner, the properties of clouds. This book explains to children, in an interesting manner, how clouds help us to guess the weather, how many type of clouds are there and many more properties of clouds.

**Title:** Numbers, Additions, and Subtractions

**Made by:** Clementoni

**ISBN:** 5125-653607

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School (5-7 years old)

This is a kit that contains various elements to play different games that will teach one “to be familiar with the simplest arithmetic operations.

**Title:** Through the World of Mathematics 1

**Author:** Alicia Guadalupe Martínez Sánchez, Narce Dalia Morales González, and Domingo Horacio Rodríguez Arvizu

**Series:** Through the World of Mathematics

**Publisher:** Trillas

**Year:** 2001

**ISBN:** 968-24-6457-9

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 230-page book is the first in the collection Through the World of Mathematics. “This is a series of workbooks for the teaching of mathematics in all the grades of elementary education.

**Title:** Through the World of Mathematics 2

**Author:** Alicia Guadalupe Martínez Sánchez, Narce Dalia Morales González, and Domingo Horacio Rodríguez Arvizu

**Series:** Through the World of Mathematics

**Publisher:** Trillas

**Year:** 2001

**ISBN:** 968-24-6546-X

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 230-page book is the second in the collection Through the World of Mathematics. “This is a series of workbooks for the teaching of mathematics in all the grades of elementary education.

**Title:** Through the World of Mathematics 3

**Author:** Alicia Guadalupe Martínez Sánchez, Narce Dalia Morales González, and Domingo Horacio Rodríguez Arvizu

**Series:** Through the World of Mathematics

**Publisher:** Trillas

**Year:** 2001

**ISBN:** 968-24-5062-4

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 235-page book is the third in the collection Through the World of Mathematics. “This is a series of workbooks for the teaching of mathematics in all the grades of elementary education.

**Title:** Through the World of Mathematics 4

**Author:** Alicia Guadalupe Martínez Sánchez, Narce Dalia Morales González, and Domingo Horacio Rodríguez Arvizu

**Series:** Through the World of Mathematics

**Publisher:** Trillas

**Year:** 2001

**ISBN:** 968-24-5933-8

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 235-page book is the fourth in the collection Through the World of Mathematics. “This is a series of workbooks for the teaching of mathematics in all the grades of elementary education.

**Title:** Why Does the Wind Blow?

**Author:** Andrew Langley

**Translator:** Delia M.G. de Acuña

**Publisher:** Editorial Sigmar

**Year:** 1992

**ISBN:** 950-11-0914-3

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary

“The themes are explained in understandable language, and the illustrations on each page, carried out with humor, complement the information.”

**Title:** My First Encyclopedia of the World

**Author:** Elena Melgar

**Publisher:** Editorial LIBSA

**Collection:** Diana

**Year:** 2002

**ISBN:** 86-662-0392-3

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary

“This book presents animals, plants, the universe and man as an individual, approaching the early readers in a simple and a well-structured manner, but also clear and very intuitive.”

**Title:** My First Encyclopedia

**Author:** Jane Elliot y Colin King

**Publisher:** Susaeta

**Year:** 1989

**ISBN:** 84-305-1614-X

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This small 128-page encyclopedia is divided into five different areas: our planet, nature, history, the people, and science and technology.

**Title:** I can Divide

**Series:** Fun Numbers

**Translation:** Leticia Rello

**Publisher:** CITEM

**Year:** 2002

**ISBN:** 970-656-675-9

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

In this small book, children will learn to divide through the association of colors, forms, and numbers. The book belongs to the series Fun Numbers.

**Title:** I can Multiply

**Series:** Fun Numbers

**Translation:** Leticia Rello

**Publisher:** CITEM

**Year:** 1993

**ISBN:** 970-656-673-2

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

In this small book, children will learn to multiply through the association of colors, forms, and numbers. The book belongs to the series Fun Numbers.

**Title:** I can Add

**Series:** Fun Numbers

**Translation:** Leticia Rello

**Publisher:** CITEM

**Year:** 2002

**ISBN:** 970-656-67-6

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

In this small book, children will learn to add through the association of colors, forms, and numbers. The book belongs to the series Fun Numbers.

**Title:** What Do We See in the Sky?

**Collection:** Exploradores

**Publisher:** McGraw-Hill Interamericana

**Year:** 2002

**ISBN:** 870-10-4070-8

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 32-page book is a brief and simple first introduction to the world of astronomy. The language used is very simple in order for children to understand without trouble the concepts of the book.

**Title:** Challenges 1

**Author:** Esnel Pérez Hernández, Gonzalo López Rueda, Marco Antonio García, et al.

**Publisher:** Esfinge

**Year:** 2003

**ISBN:** 970-647-592-3

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 79-page book “proposes problems that, because of their conception and treatment, make the student build their own knowledge.”

**Title:** Challenges 2

**Author:** Esnel Pérez Hernández, Gonzalo López Rueda, Marco Antonio García, et al.

**Publisher:** Esfinge

**Year:** 2003

**ISBN:** 970-647-360-2

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 79-page book “proposes problems that, because of their conception and treatment, make the student build their own knowledge.”

**Title:** Challenges 3

**Author:** Esnel Pérez Hernández, Gonzalo López Rueda, Marco Antonio García, et al.

**Publisher:** Esfinge

**Year:** 2003

**ISBN:** 970-647-593-1

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 79-page book “proposes problems that, because of their conception and treatment, make the student build their own knowledge.”

**Title:** Rocks and Minerals

**Author:** Tracy Staedter

**Translation:** Ana Pérez Pérez

**Publisher:** National Geographic

**Year:** 2002

**ISBN:** 970-651-636-0

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This small 64-page encyclopedia is an amusing and educational trip through the world of rocks and minerals.

**Title:** Satellites

**Author:** Gregory B. Richards

**Translator:** Manuel Arbolí

**Publisher:** CONACYT y Ediciones El Ermitaño

**Year:** 1988

**ISBN:** 0-516-01708-X

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This 45-page book is a concise description of artificial and natural satellites.

**Title:** Secrets of Meteorology

**Author:** Pierre Marchand

**Publisher:** Ediciones B, S.A.

**Year:** 1997

**ISBN:** 84-406-6880-5

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Junior High School

“Secrets is not only a book, but also a game… Discover the mysteries of the atmosphere and the phenomena of climate, and build your own weather station.”

**Title:** Lets Add with Dominos

**Author:** Lynette Long

**Translation:** Teresa Mlawer

**Publisher:** Charlesbridge

**Year:** 1997

**ISBN:** 0-88106-909-4

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This simple book has the purpose of helping children learn and/or review how to recognize numbers as well as to practice sums.

**Title:** Earthquakes and Volcanoes

**Author:** Lin Sutherland

**Translator:** Nieves López-Izquierdo

**Publisher:** Editorial Océano
Colection: National Geographic

**Year:** 2003

**ISBN:** 970-651-716-2

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary

This small 64-page book has three chapters with colorful images. The author explains in an amusing and simple manner what are earthquakes and volcanoes. The author tries plant in the reader, in a simple manner, the desire to understand some of the phenomena that occur on Earth.

**Title:**From Earth to the Cosmos. Astronomy for Kids

**Author:** Deborah Dultzin, Julieta Fierro, Shahen Hacyan, et al

**Publisher:** D.R.

**Year:** 1996 (First Edition)

**ISBN:** 968-494-008-4

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This book is fun and easy to understand. In five chapters and 48 pages children will learn about the universe.

**Title:** The Earth. Encyclopedia Through Images

**Author:** Various

**Translation:** Susana Escudero, José Vicente Carretero

**Publisher:** Fleurus

**Year:** 1994 (First Edition)

**ISBN:** 2.215.061.44.8

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

With many extraordinary colorful images, this book introduces children to the facts of our planet Earth. It begins with the introduction of our place in the universe. Here the children learn about the formation of our planet, are introduced to the nine planets in our solar system, and discover our place in the Milky Way Galaxy.

**Title:** The Earth

**Author:** Miguel Ángel Herrera y Julieta Fierro

**Translator:** Antonio Navarro Gosálvez

**Publisher:** Sistemas Técnicos de Edición, S.A. de C.V.

**Collection:** Nuestro Mundo

**ISBN:** 968-6135-15-4

**Year:** 1987

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary

This free small 31-page book contains many colorful illustrations. This book is a brief introduction to the study of the Earth. The reader will learn about rocks, minerals, fossils…

**Title:** The Earth

**Author:** Trent Johnson

**Translator:** Una Pérez Ruiz

**Publisher:** Alfaguara

**Year:** 2003

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary

**ISBN:** 970-690-778-5

This small book contains colorful images and is very simple to understand. This book gives children a brief introduction to the Earth.

**Title:** The Universe. The Earth, the planets, the stars, the galaxies...

**Author:** Anna Alter and Pascal Weil

**Translation:** Sergi Torner Castellas

**Publisher:** Françoise Vibert-Guigue y Nathalie Weil

**Year:** 2000

**ISBN:** 84-8332-219-6

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Elementary School

This book is fun to read and easy to understand. The children begin with Earth, where they learn that the Earth is a planet in the big empty universe and that Earth rotates on its axis. Later on, they learn about our solar system, about terrestrial and gaseous planets and that the Sun is a star. They learn about stars and galaxies, the birth and death of stars, super red giants, red giants, white dwarfs, neutron stars and black holes.

More about The Universe. The Earth, the planets, the stars, the galaxies....

### Media

### Periodicals

**Title:** “The Astrolabe” (Article)

**Author:** Julieta Fierro

**Publication:** MAIL of the TEACHER

**Date:** May 1997

**Year:** 1

**Number:** 12

**Publication for Basic Education Teachers**

**Web Site:** correodelmaestro.com

This article was published in the monthly magazine MAIL of the TEACHER, May 1997. In 2 pages, the author describes what an astrolabe is and how to use it. The article also explains how to build a simple astrolabe.

**Title:** “Comets” (Article)

**Author:** Julieta Fierro

**Publication:** MAIL of the TEACHER

**Date:** January 1997

**Year:** 1

**Number:** 8

**Publication for Basic Education Teachers**

**Web Site:** correodelmaestro.com

This article explains what comets are, why they shine, and how and why comets always point to the Sun. There are two experiments that the teacher can do so that the students can understand the concepts better.

**Title:** MAIL of the TEACHER (6.68)

**Date:** January 2002

**Year:** 6

**Number:** 68

**Publication for Basic Education Teachers**

**Web Site:** correodelmaestro.com

MAIL of the TEACHER is a monthly, independent publication. Its objective is to create a space for the exchange of teaching experiences and the sharing of education ideas between teachers of Basic Education.

**Title:** MAIL of the TEACHER (6.69)

**Date:** February 2002

**Year:** 6

**Number:** 69

**Publication for Basic Education Teachers**

**Web Site:** correodelmaestro.com

MAIL of the TEACHER is a monthly, independent publication. Its objective is to create a space for the exchange of teaching experiences and the sharing of education ideas between teachers of Basic Education.

**Title:** MAIL of the TEACHER (7.77)

**Date:** October 2002

**Year:** 7

**Number:** 77

**Publication for Basic Education Teachers**

**Web Site:** correodelmaestro.com

MAIL of the TEACHER is a monthly, independent publication. Its objective is to create a space for the exchange of teaching experiences and the sharing of education ideas between teachers of Basic Education.

**Title:** “Days and Nights in the Different Worlds and the Phases of the Moon” (Article)

**Author:** Julieta Fierro

**Publication:** MAIL of the TEACHER

**Date:** July 1996

**Year:** 1

**Number:** 2

**Publication for Basic Education Teachers**

**Web Site:** correodelmaestro.com

This is a 6 page article published in the monthly magazine MAIL of the TEACHER, July 1996. It explains why there is always one dark side of the Earth and any other planet or natural satellite—moon.

More about “Days and Nights in the Different Worlds and the Phases of the Moon”

**Title:** “What is Astronomy?” (Article)

**Author:** Julieta Fierro

**Publication:** MAIL of the TEACHER

**Date:** May 1996

**Year:** 1

**Number:** 1

**Publication for Basic Education Teachers**

**Web Site:** correodelmaestro.com

This is a 2 page article published in the monthly magazine MAIL of the TEACHER, May 1996. It explains the study of astronomy.

**Title:** “The Clock and the Seasons” (Article)

**Author:** Julieta Fierro

**Publication:** MAIL of the TEACHER

**Date:** December 1996

**Year:** 1

**Number:** 7

**Publication for Basic Education Teachers**

**Web Site:** correodelmaestro.com

This article explains the origins of the measurements of time, movements of rotation and translation of planets, and finally, the author explains why there are different seasons in a year.

**Title:** “Water Vapor and Sweat” (Article)

**Author:** Julieta Fierro

**Publication:** MAIL of the TEACHER

**Date:** September 1996

**Year:** 1

**Number:** 4

**Publication for Basic Education Teachers**

**Web Site:** correodelmaestro.com

This article was published in the monthly magazine MAIL of the TEACHER, September 1996. It is one page long. The author explains, through a simple experiment, water vaporization and condensation inside an astronaut’s suit.