150 Great Science Experiments
Over 1164 colour photographs
Over 157 illustrations
Over 150 projects
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|ISBN||1 84309 369 3|
Clear step-by-step photographs and accessible instructions describe exactly how to do over 150 simple experiments and projects
The projects and experiments, backed up by expert information, are designed to explain basic scientific principles and give insight and understanding into how things work
The projects are fun, stimulating, fascinating and challenging - each is designed to teach science to children while they are enjoying themselves
The only equipment needed is simple items and objects located around the house; and all the materials are cheap and easy to find
Enhances the national curriculum requirement for science which includes obtaining and presenting evidence, planning and questioning, considering evidence and evaluating
This is a bumper collection of 150 simple experiments and projects that explain a wide range of scientific facts and processes, and demonstrate how machines work.
Each project children do will explain or clarify a scientific principle, in a simple way which is easy to learn while having fun. All the experiments have an important scientific learning point, but they are enjoyable to do and make science delightfully accessible.
Every project or experiment is introduced, described and explained, and this background information not only enables the user to work confidentally, but also provides a wealth of additional scientific insight.
The instructions and step-by-step photographs are easy to follow, demonstrated in over 1300 colour photographs. The materials used are inexpensive and easy to find, making the projects easy to do at home or in the classroom.
The projects are arranged thematically to reflect different areas of science and technology, such as earth sciences, transport, or modern technology. The introduction to each thematic section sets the scene for the experiments that follow. The linking principle throughout the book is that all the projects and experiments are developed to be fun to do, so that children can have hours of fascination and amusement while simultaneously assimilating detailed practical knowledge about the world of science and how things work.
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