100+ Hands-on projects to get kids excited about science―for kids ages 5-10
As kids grow older, they become more curious about the world around them, often asking, “How does this work?” Science Experiments for Kids teaches budding scientists ages 5-10 the nuts and bolts of the scientific method, using fun, hands-on experiments designed to show kids how to hypothesize, experiment, and then record their findings.
With awesome experiments like a Fizzy Rocket, Magnet-Powered Car, and Pencil Sundial, kids will have a blast exploring each S.T.E.A.M. field while learning to build, design, think critically, and feel inspired to make their own discoveries.
Science Experiments for Kids contains:
- 100+ S.T.E.A.M. experiments―Discover how and why it works with interactive science experiments for kids in science, technology, engineering, art, and math.
- Easy-to-follow instructions―Super simple steps make these science experiments for kids a breeze to do.
- Colorful photos―Features real-life photos of the science experiments for kids and common household materials used, as well as the final results.
From figuring out how quicksand works to turning a lemon into a battery, Science Experiments for Kids teaches young scientists how cool it is to be curious.
From the Publisher
This fun and educational book includes:
100+ STEAM Projects
Explore and create using Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math! You’ll get to design, build, invent, try out new ideas, and learn awesome skills just like a scientist, artist, or engineer.
Experiment and Discover
Figure out answers by using the scientific method: ask questions, do background research, formulate a hypothesis, design experiments, test the hypothesis, analyze the data, and draw conclusions.
Each project includes a simple list of materials and clear, step-by-step instructions. Learn new words and ideas from the experiments and from a handy glossary at the end of the book.
Most of the supplies used in this book are things you probably already have at home! Get creative with paper, paint, rubber bands, empty bottles, cardboard tubes, jars, tape, and lots more.
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