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Science for Kids By Dennis Stacy
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A fun book of science experiments, demonstrations, and activities that can be used with children in all grade levels,  and it is not necessary to have an extensive science background to do the... More > experiments!< Less
Computer Science for Kids By Andre Lessa
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Computer Science For Kids was designed to introduce the basics concepts of computer sciences to kids who are starting to learn about computers at school or at home.
Waves: Physical Science for Kids By Andi Diehn
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Have you ever floated on waves in the ocean? Have you ever stood in a human wave at a baseball game? You can find waves just about everywhere you look! Take a tour of the world of waves in this... More > fun, illustrated introduction to the concept of waves and energy. In Waves: Physical Science for Kids, kids ages 5 to 8 observe lots of different kinds of waves, including those found in water, wheat, a baseball stadium, and even invisible waves! By combining children’s natural curiosity with prompts for keen observations and simple STEM activities, Waves provides a useful and fun introduction for kids to the physical science that rules our world! Perfect for children who love to ask, “Why?” about the world around them, Waves satisfies curiosity while encouraging continual student-led learning. Part of Picture Book Science, a set of books about physical science for kids ages 5 to 8.< Less
Forces: Physical Science for Kids By Andi Diehn
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What keeps us stuck on the ground? What makes magnets come together? What makes one team win during a game of tug of war? Forces! From gravity to magnetism, you can find forces everywhere! In... More > Forces: Physical Science for Kids, kids ages 5 to 8 take a tour of several different forces that they interact with on a daily basis, including gravity, pushing, pulling, and friction. By combining children’s natural curiosity with prompts for keen observations and simple STEM activities, Forces provides a useful and fun introduction for kids to the physical science that rules our world! Perfect for children who love to ask, “Why?” about the world around them, Forces satisfies curiosity while encouraging continual student-led learning. Part of Picture Book Science, a set of books about physical science for kids ages 5 to 8.< Less
Matter: Physical Science for Kids By Andi Diehn
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What’s the matter? Everything is matter! Everything you can touch and hold is made up of matter—including you, your dog, and this book! Matter is stuff that you can weigh and that takes... More > up space, which means pretty much everything in the world is made of matter! In Matter: Physical Science for Kids, kids ages 5 to 8 explore the definition of matter and the different states of matter, plus the stuff in our world that isn’t matter, such as sound and light! By combining children’s natural curiosity with prompts for keen observations and simple STEM activities, Matter provides a useful and fun introduction for kids to the physical science that rules our world! Perfect for children who love to ask, “Why?” about the world around them, Matter satisfies curiosity while encouraging continual student-led learning. Part of Picture Book Science, a set of books about physical science for kids ages 5 to 8.< Less
Computer Science For Kids By Andre Lessa
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Computer Science For Kids was designed to introduce the basics concepts of computer sciences to kids who are starting to learn about computers at school or at home. For more details, check out the... More > book's web site at: http://www.LessaWorld.com/kids< Less
Energy: Physical Science for Kids By Andi Diehn
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Do you have a lot of energy? What else has energy? Just about everything that moves! When you feel like running, leaping, and singing, people might say you have a lot of energy. And you’re not... More > the only one! Energy is the stuff that makes everything live and move. People, animals, plants—we all need energy to live! In Energy: Physical Science for Kids, kids ages 5 to 8 discover different forms of energy, including heat, light, and chemical energy, that keep the world working and moving. Children are introduced to physical science through detailed illustrations, fun language, and simple STEM activities that highlight lots of real-world science connections! Perfect for children who love to ask, “Why?” about the world around them, Energy satisfies curiosity while encouraging continual student-led learning. Part of Picture Book Science, a set of books about physical science for kids ages 5 to 8.< Less
Science Break: Experiments for Kids By Dale Sidebottom
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ScienceBreak has been designed for parents and teachers to use with their children. The book contains 80 fun and easy science experiments that children will love. The experiments range from quite... More > simple with minimal equipment for the younger children, right through to the more advanced to challenge and engage older children. ScienceBreak is a must have resource for all parents and teachers wanting to challenge learning and excitement with their children.< Less
Bridges! With 25 Science Projects for Kids By Jennifer Swanson
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Illustrated by Bryan Stone. Bridges! With 25 Science Projects for Kids introduces readers ages 7 to 10 to the concepts and vocabulary of bridge construction through the lenses of history, science,... More > engineering, math, and technology. From the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco to the Tower Bridge in London, bridges are a huge part of our lives. How are these amazing structures built? What forces keep them standing? In Bridges!, readers discover how these extraordinary feats of engineering are created and apply what they have learned to hands-on, critical-thinking STEM activities. Trivia, photographs, cartoon illustrations, links to online videos and primary sources, and clear diagrams round out this book and make it fun and interesting for kids! Bridges! is part of a set of four Explore Engineering books, in which readers ages 7 to 10 develop the foundational understanding of the physics that guides the building and maintenance of bridges, canals, dams, tunnels, and skyscrapers.< Less
Skyscrapers! With 25 Science Projects for Kids By Elizabeth Schmermund
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Illustrated by Mike Crosier. In Skyscrapers! With 25 Science Projects for Kids, children learn about the principles of engineering that are used in building skyscrapers, as well as the history of... More > skyscrapers themselves. To answer the burning question on every young engineer’s mind—how do skyscrapers stay standing?—readers discover the important designs used to build tall buildings. Links to primary sources for kids offer a unique, interactive learning experience, while fun facts, engaging illustrations, timeline, glossary, and lots of resources keep kids wanting to learn more about the engineering design process.< Less