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The kids book of everyday science
The kids book of everyday science
Doudna, Kelly, 1963-2014
Can you move a mug using a balloon? Make a square bubble? Can you turn soap into salt? How much water is in a plant? This book includes 40 simple science activities using everyday items to do experiments about temperature, pressure, water, air, heat, plants and many more. Using everyday items such as balloons, bubbles, plants, potatoes and popcorn, each fun and easy activity includes how-to photos, step-by-step instructions and simple explanations of the science behind the experiments. Supply and tool lists and safety information are included, and tips and extra information are provided to extend and expand the scientific experience. Get kids thinking like scientists in no time at all!
Main title:
London : Wayland, 2014.
112 pages : colour illustrations ; 23 x 23 cm.
Includes index and glossary.
Super Simple Science -- Work Like a Scientist -- What You'll Need -- That's Repulsive! -- Let's Go Nuts! -- A Moving Experience -- Jet Balloon -- Stick It to It! -- Way Cool Water Balloon -- Bed of Nails -- Hip to be Square -- Popcorn Goes the Raisin -- Elephant's Toothpaste -- That's Lava-ly! -- Soap of the Day -- It' a Gas, Gas, Gas! -- Bean There, Done That! -- New Plant in Town! -- Get to the Point -- Seed What Happens -- Balloon Botany -- Shrink and Shrivel -- Carnation Caper -- Pop the Cork -- Don't Mess With Ketchup -- Potato Plunger -- Crush the Can -- Balloon vs. Bottle -- Microwave Magic -- Hot and Cold -- Insulation Fascination -- Heat by the Numbers -- Stretch It Out -- Purple Passion -- Top and Bottom -- Bottled Up -- Super Simple Siphon -- Pack It In -- Expand Your Horizon -- Sealed Up Tight -- Straw Pole -- Glossary -- Index.
Dewey class:
LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Beaumaris LibraryJunior Science and TechnologyJ 500 DOUOnloan - Due: 01 Dec 2020
Hampton LibraryJunior Science and TechnologyJ 500 DOUOnloan - Due: 01 Dec 2020