My First Book About Physics
  • My First Book About Physics
  • My First Book About Physics
  • My First Book About Physics
  • My First Book About Physics
  • My First Book About Physics
  • My First Book About Physics
ISBN: 0486826147
EAN13: 9780486826141
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 16, 2019
Pages: 48
Dimensions: 0.3543307" H x 10.74803" L x 8.307087" W
Weight: 0.3571489 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Very good starter for young children
This is an excellent book for pre-K through 2nd grade, possibly 3rd at most. Mistakenly bought this for my 6th grader and as this is all old news '' to him, we're going to pass it on to friends with a 1st and 2nd grader. Kids can color this book, it is not a workbook though, still highly recommended for younger children.
   A list of physics terms. No teaching or application.
Does not teach physics anything. Has small bad jokes that would understand only someone who knows what physics is. The book is essentially a dictionary of physics terms.
   Great book for beginners
This book is great for beginners. My high reader showed to the bright side that this was just a ticket for him. All the inquisitive children need to have this book.
   Good idea book but poor presentation for the purpose
The information was presented in a disorganized way for children to understand the book properly and to associate the illustrations with their reality. The intentions are really powerful, but the message is diluted with the presentation.
   Not educational, but makes a good coloring book
Unfortunately, many written explanations are incorrect or too vague to be educational. For example, a classical drawing of the electromagnetic spectrum is paired with a childish caption describing it simply as energy from the sun. The waves that drive our radio stations are not actually emitted by the sun. Another example is the caption for a single pulley system that claims that the pulley lifts it is easier to pull the weight than to lift it. The two men are now set up by Wrong. When there is a mechanical advantage, Pulleys and other simple machines reduce the required force ; this does not occur with a single pulley. Like so many others, this concept goes completely untouched. Think of this as a painting book with some physics discussion starters, and you won 't be disappointed.