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  • Author(s) Janice VanCleave
  • Edition1
  • Published7th March 2007
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc (US)
  • ISBN9780787989286
Introduce young children to the wonders of science



Using this book as a guide, you and your favorite budding scientist
can have fun exploring the world while you help your child learn
about science and develop important science process skills. You may
think it's hard to get young children interested in science, but
just watch their eyes light up when they make bouncy blubber or
play clay, or when you venture out together in the backyard or
local park for a bug-collecting expedition. These are the kind of
everyday explorations that give kids a great foundation for a
lifetime of science learning.



In this terrific collection of fun, kid-tested science activities,
bestselling children's science writer and former teacher Janice
VanCleave has combined her favorite science activities for young
people into one jumbo-sized book that you and your children will
love.



Janice VanCleave's Big Book of Play and Find Out Science Projects
includes over 50 easy-to-do activities and is divided into four
parts:



PHYSICAL SCIENCE: Encourage kids to get physical with science with
questions such as: How does a compass work? Why do I have to wear a
seat belt? Why can't I catch a rainbow? Why does my hair stick to a
comb?



NATURE: Help children answer questions naturally including: Why do
cats' eyes glow in the dark? How do fish move up and down in the
water? Why do plants move toward the sun? Can squirrels really
fly?



BUGS: Challenge the science bug in kids with questions such as: Why
do fireflies light up? How do butterflies drink? Where do spiders
come from? Why are walkingsticks hard to find?



HUMAN BODY: Capture children's imaginations about the whole body of
science with questions like these: Why do I have hair on my body?
How does my heart sound? Why do foods taste different? Why are my
bones hard?

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  • Author(s) Janice VanCleave
  • Edition1
  • Published7th March 2007
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc (US)
  • ISBN9780787989286
Introduce young children to the wonders of science



Using this book as a guide, you and your favorite budding scientist
can have fun exploring the world while you help your child learn
about science and develop important science process skills. You may
think it's hard to get young children interested in science, but
just watch their eyes light up when they make bouncy blubber or
play clay, or when you venture out together in the backyard or
local park for a bug-collecting expedition. These are the kind of
everyday explorations that give kids a great foundation for a
lifetime of science learning.



In this terrific collection of fun, kid-tested science activities,
bestselling children's science writer and former teacher Janice
VanCleave has combined her favorite science activities for young
people into one jumbo-sized book that you and your children will
love.



Janice VanCleave's Big Book of Play and Find Out Science Projects
includes over 50 easy-to-do activities and is divided into four
parts:



PHYSICAL SCIENCE: Encourage kids to get physical with science with
questions such as: How does a compass work? Why do I have to wear a
seat belt? Why can't I catch a rainbow? Why does my hair stick to a
comb?



NATURE: Help children answer questions naturally including: Why do
cats' eyes glow in the dark? How do fish move up and down in the
water? Why do plants move toward the sun? Can squirrels really
fly?



BUGS: Challenge the science bug in kids with questions such as: Why
do fireflies light up? How do butterflies drink? Where do spiders
come from? Why are walkingsticks hard to find?



HUMAN BODY: Capture children's imaginations about the whole body of
science with questions like these: Why do I have hair on my body?
How does my heart sound? Why do foods taste different? Why are my
bones hard?
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