Awesome Physics Experiments for Kids: 40 Fun Science Projects and Why They Work
ISBN: 1641522984
EAN13: 9781641522984
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 12, 2019
Pages: 122
Dimensions: 1" H x 9" L x 8.5" W
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Paperback

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Book Overview

Get kids fired up about physics―fun and easy science experiments for ages 10 to 13

What attracts goo to a balloon? Can you cook s'mores using energy from the sun? These at-home science experiments let kids get their hands dirty and find out. Created by board-certified science teacher Dr. Erica Col n, this kid-friendly physics book offers an interactive approach to fundamental concepts like electricity, heat, and sound so kids can get a jump on learning and discover just how fun physics really is.

This book of physics for kids includes:

  • 40 Awesome experiments―Inspire kids to learn about topics like force, buoyancy, and flight with fun and educational activities that they'll want to try again and again.
  • Easy-to-find materials―Experiment whenever inspiration strikes using common and inexpensive materials readily found at home.
  • Step-by-step instructions―Full-color photos and simple instructions give kids the confidence to experiment on their own.

Let kids discover how birds fly, why lightbulbs light up, and what causes ice to form with 40 fun physics experiments they can do at home.

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4
   Good book for both “kids” and “young at heart”
I bought this with one of my sons in mind, but... he was just that interested, which could have my “fault ” in my “manner of the presentation ”. I gave it to another family that has younger “kids ''. The “kid” I got it for is a 42 yr old son... and my self, which did not pan out the way I hoped. I still believe that it is a good book, though.
 
4
   Great experiment ideas
I wish that this book also explained the physics side of things. The experiments are impressive, but you need to tie it at a reasonable level for children.
 
4
   A lot of ideas to try...
This book is also new and proven to keep our children together and to experiment nice concepts of physics.
 
5
   Perfect
The Book of Super Cool is for young scientific minds! My students love it! Great price, supper fast shipping.
 
5
   Grandson loves it
My grandson wanted only all the elements called for in the experiments for his 6th birthday. He is very science oriented. For him, great mane not so much for children with other interests.
 
5
   Love it
My grandson, who is 12 years old, is going to have so much fun with these projects. He loves creating and experimenting. I can 't wait to see some of the projects he creates with these ideas...
 
3
   It was cool
It was cool, I thought I would only have to buy stuff I thought I would already have the stuff.
 
4
   Great book
Great physics experiments with enough details to make it work. I did not look at the suggested age range, so that most are too advanced for my grandson right now, but I am prepared for the next few years.
 
5
   Great for the classroom!
This book loved absolutely everything! The experiments work so well in my classroom and materials are easy to find and cheap or free! Thanks to this book I do more hands-on physics in my classroom than ever before!
 
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