Newtonian Physics For Babies
  • Newtonian Physics For Babies
  • Newtonian Physics For Babies
  • Newtonian Physics For Babies
  • Newtonian Physics For Babies
  • Newtonian Physics For Babies
  • Newtonian Physics For Babies
  • Newtonian Physics For Babies
  • Newtonian Physics For Babies
  • Newtonian Physics For Babies
ISBN: 1492656208
EAN13: 9781492656203
Language: English
Release Date: May 2, 2017
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 0.55" H x 18.9" L x 5" W
Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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Book Overview

Help your future genius become the smartest baby in the room

Written by an expert, Newtonian Physics for Babies is a colorfully simple introduction to Newton's laws of motion. Babies (and grownups ) will learn all about mass, acceleration, the force of gravity, and more. With a tongue-in-cheek approach that adults will love, this installment of the Baby University board book series is the perfect way to introduce basic concepts to even the youngest scientists. After all, it's never too early to become a physicist

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   LOVEEEE these books!
These books are great to teach children a basic understanding of scientific topics. This book breaks very complicated things into terms that a toddler can understand, which is not an easy feat. I feel like every book in the series is a great buy for any parent with a child under 7, not just for babies and toddlers. I like that my daughter is learning things that really matter for once and not just about what Queen Elsa does or other garbage. The price point on the Kindle is great, which allows most families to buy and read these books. These books help build small scientists, which is soo awesome.
   Very good book!
It is a very good book that helps me teach my daughter and my son to explore things with a simple approach. tks :
   Simple book
My son enjoys reading this book! He read it to his younger brother.
   Excellent book.
It is really quite enjoyable to read. And what babies can not understand through words, will understand through the pictures. Book is excellent.
   Just recites the laws...
This does not state the laws, only explicates them. His other books are better at basic concepts. As there are many examples of how the laws work and interact, it is a missed opportunity to use pictures and really break them down.
   I love it and so does my 3 year old!
I love this entire line of the books! We have a few of these different titles, but Newtonian physics was my favorite son's favorite. At 3 years old, he was teaching '' his grandparents about the forces of gravity. Great introductions to science and theory, and a great head start for those little minds!
Sees like someone took about an hour to write this book... no imagination! Every row has a red ball pictured with some banal explanation. I was bored by reading it. Back :
   Not much vocabulary explanations.
As a former science teacher, I understand all these books so that they make sense to me, but in this new vocab with no definition of the complex word, a lot of them make sense. It is a difficult task to write about these topics for babies, but it is well done. Rocket science explained how to lift and well. Just some are so complex that it is hard to explain in a few pages. This was my least favorite so far, a fairly complex concept that is honestly hard to explain without models. I had to teach it to 8th graders and they struggled with it. Just be aware that your child might have more questions and make sure you know what you are reading and can explain more if necessary or at least provide examples.
   Pictures are too simple, words are too complicated
I am an aerospace engineer and my husband has a degree in engineering physics. This is my first book from the Baby University series, we have one from the competing Baby Loves Science series that was great. But the text contains words that are very complicated, such as net - acceleration and force. Not very instructive for my toddler, nor interesting pictures. I will not buy any more Baby University books, since this was a disappointment.
   I am so disappointed. The illustrations are so plain and I don't ...
I was so excited to read this book and to receive it for my children. I am, however, so disappointed. The illustrations are so plain and I don 't think the illustrations are attractive for a baby nor a toddler. I wish they had added some textured figures to the concepts they explain in the book or even more attention-grabbing colors. I know that it needed to be easy for these innocent minds, but there is a big difference between boring and straightforward.