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Don't Try This at Home!: Science Fun for…

Don't Try This at Home!: Science Fun for Kids on the Go

by Vicki Cobb

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The language and illustrations in this book make it appropriate for children 8-15. The book is divided into several chapters, each chapter contains a variety of science experiences/activities specific to location. These divisions allow children, parents, and educators to easily pick out activities no matter where they may find themselves. Pictures and diagrams break up the text so it's not so monotonous to read. ( )
  amcarter | Feb 10, 2014 |
This book is a cute book that will allow children to do science experiments wherever they go. This book allows kids to try out experiments, enjoying themselves, having fun while they are learning scientific facts. The experiments look like a lot of fun, I actually thought about doing one myself. haha But it also allows the children to become involved in something other than video games.. Which seems to be the problem these days. ( )
  brittneydufrene | Oct 31, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0688148565, Hardcover)

With Don''t try This At Home. inquisitive you ngsters will discover secret messages on license plates, fin d meteorites at the beach, walk on water without wetting the ir shoes, whisper in their own ear, and more. '

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Provides instructions for a variety of science activities outside, arranged by such categories as school, parks, and vehicles.

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