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Awesome Science Experiments for Kids

Awesome Science Experiments for Kids

2018 . Juvenile Nonfiction, Science & Nature, Technology . Crystal Ward Chatterton

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Hands-on projects to get kids ages 5 to 10 excited about science. As kids grow older, they become more curious about the world around them, often asking, "How does this work?" Awesome Science Experiments for Kids teaches young brains the nuts and bolts of the scientific method using fun, hands-on experiments designed to show kids how to hypothesize, experiment, and then record their findings. With awesome projects like a Fizzy Rocket, Magnet-Powered Car, and Pencil Sundial, kids will have a blast learning to build, design, and think critically―while getting inspired to interact with the world around them and make their own discoveries. Awesome Science Experiments for Kids includes: - 100+ STEAM EXPERIMENTS: With interactive activities for science, technology, engineering, art, and math, kids can learn how and why each project works. - EASY-TO-FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS: Step-by-step experiments simplify engineering to guide kids and make the STEM experiments and art projects clear and simple to do. - COLORFUL PHOTOS: Refer to real-life photos that show experiments and many of the common household materials they use, as well as some of the final results! From learning how quicksand works to turning a lemon into a battery, these experiments teach budding STEAM kids how cool it is to be curious.

Year:

2018

Language:

English

Publisher:

ROCKRIDGE Press

Pages:

254

ISBN:

1939754666 (ISBN13: 9781939754660)

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"​​This book is an impressive collection of experiments for kids (and adults). The instructions are clear and the observed phenomena are well explained. Curious minds will learn and enjoy!" — Steve Fleming, PhD, Professor of Instruction, Temple University.

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