Energy: Physical Science For Kids
  • Energy: Physical Science For Kids
  • Energy: Physical Science For Kids
ISBN: 1619306417
EAN13: 9781619306417
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 1, 2018
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.1968504" H x 9.645669" L x 7.992126" W
Weight: 0.32 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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This book will help your child learn how to teach energy in a fun and colorful way. I wish I had this book when I was younger. I really liked the way the cover was made because it catches the attention of the readers. Not only that, it also provides good exercises throughout the book, so that you can read it with the kids while reading it. It actually makes the kids wonder why energy is so important and who consumes it as well. In total, this book for me was 1010, I really liked it.
   Fun book about energy
I wish I had this book when I was younger.
   Five Stars
The series of Andi Diehn's curious concepts for children is great for introducing physical science to young minds.
   Energy - a pretty comprehensive very first book!
Energy is a complicated topic, there are so many forms of it. And yet, this book deftly gives examples of how different energy types are similar. With respect to the chemical curiosity and experimentation of children, the book even clarifies that we don 't get our endless energy from cleaning chemicals. It is a thoughtful touch that shows the author understands her audience.
   Lovely series
This book helps the elementary child find energy in the real world, along with the others of the series. Perfect book for the family who does not expect to learn science from a book, but wants to ignite the books that build a scientist the ideas that ignite.