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Stomp Rockets, Catapults, and Kaleidoscopes 30+ Amazing Science Projects You Can Build for Less Than $1 (Paperback)

Author:  Curt Gabrielson
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1556527373
ISBN-13: 9781556527371
Sku: 204573889
Publish Date: 2/1/2008
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 11H x 7L x 0.5T
Pages:  159
Age Range:  13 to UP
 
Kids will learn how things they encounter every day operate by building their own models with this hands-on activity book. Projects include building a working model of the human hand's muscles, bones, and tendons using drinking straws, tape, and string; using a pair of two-liter bottles and a length of rubber tubing to learn how a toilet flushes; and discovering how musical instruments make sounds by fashioning a harmonica, saxophone, drum, flute, or oboe. All devices are designed to use recycled or nearly free materials and common tools. Kids are encouraged to modify and improve the designs, or create an entirely new device using the concepts explored. Each project includes materials and tools lists, step-by-step instructions with photographs, a summary of the science concept demonstrated, and follow-up questions to gauge student understanding for use in the classroom.
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Kids will learn how everyday things operate by building their own models in a hands-on activity book that includes materials and tools lists, step-by-step instructions with photographs, a summary of the science concept demonstrated, and guidelines for modifying or improving the design illustrated. Original.
Kids will learn how things they encounter every day operate by building their own models with this hands-on activity book. Projects include building a working model of the human hand’s muscles, bones, and tendons using drinking straws, tape, and string; using a pair of two-liter bottles and a length of rubber tubing to learn how a toilet flushes; and discovering how musical instruments make sounds by fashioning a harmonica, saxophone, drum, flute, or oboe. All devices are designed to use recycled or nearly free materials and common tools. Kids are encouraged to modify and improve the designs, or create an entirely new device using the concepts explored. Each project includes materials and tools lists, step-by-step instructions with photographs, a summary of the science concept demonstrated, and follow-up questions to gauge student understanding for use in the classroom.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeMinimum Age:   09
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0159
Product attributePublisher:   Chicago Review Press
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