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202 Science Investigations
Marjorie Frank
Exciting adventures in earth, life, and physical sciences. These fun investigations cover life, physical, earth, and space science. Perfect for individual or group activity. For grades K-6.
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Earth Science for Every Kid: 101 Experiments that Really Work
Janice Pratt VanCleave
An elementary science experiment book that is both educational and fun. Intended for children in grades K to 6, it contains 101 thoroughly tested and safe experiments relating to earth science. Each experiment has a clear purpose, list of materials and step-by-step illustrated instructions. In addition, without giving too much away, it provides hints as to what may be expected from a given experiment and offers a full explanation of the outcome in understandable terms. Most materials necessary for the experiments are readily available around the house. The aim is to make learning about the earth a rewarding experience and encourage a student's desire to seek more knowledge about science.
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Exploring Creation with Astronomy
Jeannie K. Fulbright
What would living on Venus be like? Are there really black holes? How did God create the cosmos? Curious kids want to know! This book covers the major structures of our solar system, starting with the sun and working towards Pluto. Along the way, the student will also learn about Earth s moon, the asteroid belt, and the Kuiper belt. After that, students will move outside our solar system and learn about the stars and galaxies that make up God's incredible universe. Finally, the student will learn about space travel and what it takes to be an astronaut. The activities and projects use easy-to-find household items to make the lessons come alive! Activities include simulating the use of radar to reveal a hidden landscape, making a telescope, and making an astrometer to measure the brightness of a star.
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Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology
Jeannie K. Fulbright
From head to toe, your child will encounter fascinating facts, engaging activities, intriguing experiments, and loads of fun as together you learn about the human body and how to keep it working according to God's design. After a brief history of medicine and a peek into cell structure and DNA, kids will take a fantastic voyage through each of their main physiological systems, including the skeletal, muscular, respiratory, digestive, circulatory, and nervous systems and more! They'll learn about nutrition and health, embryology, major organs, how their immune system is designed to protect them, and what makes each of us a unique creation of God. In addition, your children will enjoy various experiments and projects, such as testing the bacteria content around the house, finding their own blood type, creating a cell model from Jell-O and candy, and even building a stethoscope!
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A Beka Book
God's World
Kindergarteners learn about God's plan for seeds, animals, the seashore, health, weather, and seasons with the help of this colorful science book. Soft cover.
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Teaching Children about Life and Earth Sciences
Elaine Levenson
Ideas and Activities Every Teacher and Parent Can Use. These companion guides provide readers and parents with little or no science background with the tools to make science come alive for kids. Activities tie into real-life experiences, encouraging kids to get actively involved in the learning process. The author says ''I wrote this book because I wanted to assist parents and teachers who may feel somewhat insecure about teaching science content to young children.''
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Teaching children about Physical Science
Elaine Levenson
Ideas and Activities Every Teacher and Parent Can Use. Levenson's popular Teaching Children About Science, which has sold 40,000 copies since its 1985 publication, is now expanded into two, idea-filled editions incorporating the latest techniques. These companion guides provide readers and parents with little or no science background with the tools to make science come alive for kids. Activities tie into real-life experiences, encouraging kids to get involved in the learning process.
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Teaching Physics with Toys
Beverly Taylor
Activities for Grades K-9. This book is a teacher's resource that provides complete instructions and teaching techniques for teaching basic physics principles through simple activities that use popular children's toys like Legos, Tomy Push-n-go fire engine, magnet cars, balloons, bouncing balls, and others. The activities are grouped by appropriate grades, i.e., K-3, 4-6, and 7-9. Each activity provides the teacher with a list of key science topics.
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The Backyard Scientist -- Series One
Jane Hoffman
This book provides students ages four through twelve a fascinating and fun introduction to science. Get ready for a whole new adventure in the world of science. It makes science come alive for youngsters of all ages.
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The Everyday Science Sourcebook
Lawrence F. Lowery
Ideas for teaching in the elementary and middle schools. More than 1000 science activities with plenty of good experiments, even for young students. Activities require only simple materials and cover six categories: inorganic matter, organic matter, energy, inference models, technology, and more.
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