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Science in Seconds for Kids


Science in Seconds for Kids

Over 100 Experiments You Can Do in Ten Minutes or Less
2. Aufl.

von: Samuel Cord Stier, Jean Potter

12,99 €

Verlag: Wiley
Format: EPUB
Veröffentl.: 26.10.2020
ISBN/EAN: 9781119685517
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 160

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<p><b>Help your kids explore the wonders of science with over 100 easy and accessible experiments</b></p> <p><i>Science in Seconds for Kids: Over 100 Experiments You Can Do in Ten Minutes or Less, 2nd Edition </i>makes learning science with your children fun and practical. Using ingredients and components found mostly in your home or classroom, <i>Science in Seconds for Kids</i> instructs caregivers and educators on how to create dazzling and enlightening experiments from scratch.</p> <p>This book utilizes bright and colorful illustrations and diagrams throughout, making the simple experiments even more accessible. Guide your kids through experiments including:</p> <ul> <li>Making rainbows on the floor</li> <li>Popping balloons with light</li> <li>Bending water from a faucet</li> <li>Making lightning in a room</li> <li>Keeping paper dry underwater</li> </ul> <p>The experiments will fascinate youngsters of all ages and encourage a love of science and learning that could last a lifetime. <i>Science in Seconds for Kids </i>is perfect for elementary, traditional, and homeschool educators, as well as parents, grandparents, and other caregivers.</p>
<p>Introduction      </p> <p>Air</p> <p>Dry Paper           </p> <p>Elastic Air            </p> <p>Air Rocket          </p> <p>Air Push              </p> <p>Air Support        </p> <p>Bottle Balloon   </p> <p>Book Lift</p> <p>Lifting Things With No Hands     </p> <p>Dusty Air             </p> <p>Living Things</p> <p>Whopping Hoppers        </p> <p>Smart Skin          </p> <p>Break an Egg     </p> <p>Egg Shape          </p> <p>Seeing Without Eyes      </p> <p>Bendy Trees      </p> <p>Tree Curves       </p> <p>Slow Fly               </p> <p>Fish Skeleton    </p> <p>Colors</p> <p>Water Rainbow</p> <p>Oil Rainbow       </p> <p>Secondary Colors            </p> <p>New Mix             </p> <p>Balloon Stretch</p> <p>Hot Colors          </p> <p>Color Dyes         </p> <p>Spinning Colors</p> <p>Chromatography             </p> <p>Energy</p> <p>Heat Absorbers</p> <p>Hot Ice </p> <p>Bending Water </p> <p>Sun Burst            </p> <p>Button Spinner </p> <p>Water Spin         </p> <p>Windmill             </p> <p>Easy Electromagnet       </p> <p>Raisin Raising    </p> <p>Gravity</p> <p>Balancing Act    </p> <p>Ball Gravity        </p> <p>Book Balance    </p> <p>Gravity Balance</p> <p>Personal Gravity              </p> <p>Pendulum Plus </p> <p>Pendulum Plumb            </p> <p>Gravity Pull        </p> <p>Pencil Fall           </p> <p>The Human Body</p> <p>Pulse Watch      </p> <p>Heart Sounds    </p> <p>Muscle Bound  </p> <p>Hand Investigation         </p> <p>Eye Light             </p> <p>Weird Wonder </p> <p>Crying Eyes        </p> <p>Family Genes    </p> <p>Old Shoes           </p> <p>Light</p> <p>Tiny Mirror         </p> <p>Mirror Series     </p> <p>Bending Straws</p> <p>Light Beams      </p> <p>Wearing Sparkles            </p> <p>Stick Mirror        </p> <p>Easy Kaleidoscope          </p> <p>Comb Beams     </p> <p>Changing Shadows         </p> <p>Machines</p> <p>Lever Lift             </p> <p>Easy Move         </p> <p>Sinking Submarine          </p> <p>Simple Siphon  </p> <p>Sand Clock         </p> <p>Turning Time     </p> <p>Pulling Pulleys  </p> <p>Pull Ups               </p> <p>Roll Can               </p> <p>Magnetism</p> <p>Making Moves </p> <p>Filing Forces      </p> <p>New Magnet     </p> <p>Homemade Compass    </p> <p>Wrong Readings              </p> <p>Magnetic Detraction      </p> <p>Magnet Strength             </p> <p>Magnet Chain   </p> <p>Liquid Attraction             </p> <p>Magnification</p> <p>Comb Rays         </p> <p>Double Convex</p> <p>Word Flip            </p> <p>Water Magnifier              </p> <p>Round Works    </p> <p>Shadow Look    </p> <p>Magnifying Measurement          </p> <p>Eyeglass Lenses</p> <p>Telescope Image             </p> <p>Water</p> <p>Water Drops     </p> <p>Circle Thread    </p> <p>Water Vapor     </p> <p>Window Fog      </p> <p>Slippery Ice        </p> <p>Sinking Ship       </p> <p>Water Weight   </p> <p>Level Look          </p> <p>Making Money</p> <p>Weather</p> <p>Wind Sail             </p> <p>Wind Direction </p> <p>Wind Wheel      </p> <p>Wind Chill           </p> <p>Humidity Check</p> <p>Dew Point          </p> <p>Create Lightning              </p> <p>Barometer Read              </p> <p>Cricket Thermometer   </p> <p>Glossary              </p> <p>Further Reading               </p> <p>Experiment Index</p>
<p><b>SAM STIER</b> is Founding Director of The Center for Learning with Nature (www.LearningWithNature.org), and teaches at the Whitacre College of Engineering (Texas Tech University) and Otis College of Art and Design. He is the author of the acclaimed curriculum <i>Engineering Inspired by Nature</i>, and has inspired and equipped thousands of K-12 teachers through professional development, curricula, and public speaking. <p><b>JEAN POTTER</b> is an experienced early childhood teacher, consultant, and award-winning author of many children's activity books such as <i>Nature in a Nutshell for Kids</i> and<i> Snacktivities</i>. She has served as the Assistant Secretary of Education for the U.S. Department of Education and as the Deputy Chief of Staff for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
<p><b>Share the wonders of science with engaging, low-prep experiments about air, color, energy, the human body, and more</b> <p><i>Science in Seconds for Kids</i> contains more than 100 quick and easy experiments that let you explore science practically anywhere. Children will be fascinated when you make lightning in a room, keep paper dry underwater, create a water rainbow on the floor, pop a balloon with a magnifying glass, and much more. Written by highly experienced authors and educators, this user-friendly book provides step-by-step instructions and full-color illustrations to get you up and running right away. Each experiment includes a detailed list of the materials you need, most of which you already have in your home, backyard, or school. <p><i>Science in Seconds for Kids</i> has been delighting and educating children in thousands of classrooms and family rooms for more than two decades. This updated <i>Second Edition</i> features numerous new and revised experiments that reflect the science and technology of the digital era while presenting expanded context for scientific concepts. The activities cover a range of subject areas, including air, animals, colors, gravity, energy, light, machines, the human body, magnetism, and weather. With the help of this book, your students will be learning scientific principles, asking questions, making observations, and drawing conclusions in no time—and have fun doing it.

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