Hands-On Science: Forces and Motion by Jack Challoner

Hands-On Science: Forces and Motion

byJack Challoner, Maggie Hewson

Paperback | April 16, 2013

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These giant books of projects and experiments take a hands-on approach to science concepts. Hundreds of simple and easy experiments explore various scientific principles behind natural phenomena like friction, centrifugal force, and the underlying laws of physics that help make machines work. These fun yet practical experiments make it easy for anyone to become a rocket scientist!
What makes a wind-up toy move? Why do you oil your bicycle chain but not your brake pads? Hands-On Science: Forces and Motion by Sarah Angliss and Maggie Hewson helps kids master the laws of force and motion through simple experiments they can conduct using common household items. Each experiment includes step-by-step, illustrated instructions as well as background information, studies, and results that help kids develop a deeper understanding of the concept.

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Sarah Angliss has worked at the Science Museum in London, England organizing exhibitions and demonstrations for children ages 6-14. She has also writen several children's books on applied and contemporary science.Maggie Hewson has taught science to elementary and middle school children for 23 years. Her present school is the recipient ...
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Title:Hands-On Science: Forces and MotionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 7.41 × 7.61 × 0.25 inPublished:April 16, 2013Publisher:KingfisherLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0753469723

ISBN - 13:9780753469729

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