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Conductors and Insulators (Heinemann First Library: My World of Science)

by Angela Royston

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0431137269, Hardcover)

This series introduces the reader to scientific ideas by way of everyday situations and objects that they can recognise in the world around them. Covering a range of basic science topics required by the science curriculum, these books support the QCA KS1 schemes of work. They introduce age-appropriate terminology, present scientific concepts in a straightforward and logical way, and provide activities and questions to encourage the reader to think about the concepts raised.

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Provides a simple explanation of how various materials conduct or insulate electricity and heat.

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