101 Great Science Experiments

101 Great Science Experiments

Author: Neil Ardley

Publisher: National Geographic Books

Published: 2014-12-15

Total Pages: 0

ISBN-13: 1465428267

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Forget about mad scientists and messy laboratories! This incredible, interactive guide for children showcases 101 absolutely awesome experiments you can do at home. Find out how to make a rainbow, build a buzzer, see sound, construct a circuit, bend light, play with shadows, measure the wind, weigh air, and create an underwater volcano. The astonishing variety of experiments are all very easy and entirely safe, with step-by-step text and everyday ingredients. Biology, chemistry, and physics are brought to life, showing budding young scientists that science is all around us all the time. As you have fun trying out experiments with friends and family, core scientific principles are presented in the most memorable way. With chapters covering important topics such as color, magnets, light, senses, electricity, and motion, the laws of science are introduced in crystal-clear text alongside specially commissioned full-color photography for children to understand. Follow in the footsteps of Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, and all the other great minds with 101 Great Science Experiments and learn the secrets of science you’ll never forget.


101 Great Science Experiments

101 Great Science Experiments

Author: Neil Ardley

Publisher: Penguin

Published: 2015-01-16

Total Pages: 122

ISBN-13: 1465440739

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Forget about mad scientists and messy laboratories! This incredible, interactive guide for children showcases 101 absolutely awesome experiments you can do at home. Find out how to make a rainbow, build a buzzer, see sound, construct a circuit, bend light, play with shadows, measure the wind, weigh air, and create an underwater volcano. The astonishing variety of experiments are all very easy and entirely safe, with step-by-step text and everyday ingredients. Biology, chemistry, and physics are brought to life, showing budding young scientists that science is all around us all the time. As you have fun trying out experiments with friends and family, core scientific principles are presented in the most memorable way. With chapters covering important topics such as color, magnets, light, senses, electricity, and motion, the laws of science are introduced in crystal-clear text alongside specially commissioned full-color photography for children to understand. Follow in the footsteps of Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, and all the other great minds with 101 Great Science Experiments and learn the secrets of science you'll never forget.


101 Cool Science Experiments

101 Cool Science Experiments

Author:

Publisher:

Published: 2005

Total Pages: 212

ISBN-13: 9781741572346

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Science experiments you can do in your own kitchen using everyday things like vinegar, string, eggs and paper.


The Super Duper Book of 101 Extraordinary Science Experiments

The Super Duper Book of 101 Extraordinary Science Experiments

Author: Haley Fica

Publisher: Applesauce Press

Published: 2017-11-14

Total Pages: 208

ISBN-13: 1604337508

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Explore the possibilities of experimentation in your very own kitchen! Over 100 project ideas and endless hours of educational fun. Encourage your little scientist with great experiments and activities even adults won’t know the science behind! These great at-home experiments are simple, safe, and guaranteed endless fun for the whole family. This super duper book even includes delicious recipes for amazing treats! Watch ice cream and sugar rock crystals form before your very eyes. The book walks a child through an introduction of the scientific method and the proper safety measures for experimenting at home, teaching such concepts as simple chemical reactions, states of matter, hydrophilic and hydrophobic interactions, density, and thermodynamics.


The 101 Coolest Simple Science Experiments

The 101 Coolest Simple Science Experiments

Author: Holly Homer

Publisher: Macmillan

Published: 2016-04-19

Total Pages: 195

ISBN-13: 1624141331

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Provides instructions for simple experiments, both indoors and outdoors, using readily available materials, that demonstate scientific facts about the natural world, the human body, and the basic laws of physics.


The Really Useful Book of Secondary Science Experiments

The Really Useful Book of Secondary Science Experiments

Author: Tracy-ann Aston

Publisher: Routledge

Published: 2017-07-31

Total Pages: 330

ISBN-13: 1351270141

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How can a potato be a battery? How quickly will a shark find you? What food should you take with you when climbing a mountain? The Really Useful Book of Secondary Science Experiments presents 101 exciting, ‘real-world’ science experiments that can be confidently carried out by any KS3 science teacher in a secondary school classroom. It offers a mix of classic experiments together with fresh ideas for investigations designed to engage students, help them see the relevance of science in their own lives and develop a passion for carrying out practical investigations. Covering biology, chemistry and physics topics, each investigation is structured as a problem-solving activity, asking engaging questions such as, ‘How can fingerprints help solve a crime?’, or ‘Can we build our own volcano?’ Background science knowledge is given for each experiment, together with learning objectives, a list of materials needed, safety and technical considerations, detailed method, ideas for data collection, advice on how to adapt the investigations for different groups of students, useful questions to ask the students and suggestions for homework. Additionally, there are ten ideas for science based projects that can be carried out over a longer period of time, utilising skills and knowledge that students will develop as they carrying out the different science investigations in the book. The Really Useful Book of Secondary Science Experiments will be an essential source of support and inspiration for all those teaching in the secondary school classroom, running science clubs and for parents looking to challenge and excite their children at home.


101 Great Science Experiments

101 Great Science Experiments

Author: Neil Ardley

Publisher: DK Children

Published: 2006

Total Pages: 126

ISBN-13: 9780756619183

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Describes 101 science experiments or activities that can be done with household items and easily found ingredients.


Janice VanCleave's Great Science Project Ideas from Real Kids

Janice VanCleave's Great Science Project Ideas from Real Kids

Author: Janice VanCleave

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Published: 2007-01-22

Total Pages: 146

ISBN-13: 0787985414

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There's plenty for you to choose from in this collection of forty terrific science project ideas from real kids, chosen by well-known children's science writer Janice VanCleave. Developing your own science project requires planning, research, and lots of hard work. This book saves you time and effort by showing you how to develop your project from start to finish and offering useful design and presentation techniques. Projects are in an easy-to-follow format, use easy-to-find materials, and include dozens illustrations and diagrams that show you what kinds of charts and graphs to include in your science project and how to set up your project display. You’ll also find clear scientific explanations, tips for developing your own unique science project, and 100 additional ideas for science projects in all science categories.


Science Experiments and Amusements for Children

Science Experiments and Amusements for Children

Author: Charles Vivian

Publisher: Courier Corporation

Published: 2012-05-24

Total Pages: 96

ISBN-13: 0486149323

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Seventy-three easy experiments — requiring only materials found at home or easily available, such as candles, coins, steel wool, etc. — illustrate basic phenomena like vacuum, simple chemical reactions, and more. All safe. Modern, well-planned.