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Fun With Your Microscope
by Shar Levine
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0806999454, Hardcover)See a whole new world! So many things are invisible to the naked eye, but under a microscope they spring to life. These hands-on science experiments show kids how to glimpse this magical, microscopic universe. Microscope basics cover microtomes, wet mounts, and smear and squash slides. Then take a close-up look at animal bone marrow, cartilage, and fur; the icky slime on your teeth in the morning; pollen and grass; stinging nettles; and many other objects. The dozens of wondrous photographs and drawings, and intriguing science fair suggestions, encourage children to embark on their own microscopic explorations.
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Presents basic techniques for using a microscope to observe and investigate a variety of materials that might be found around the house. Also includes experiments and ideas for science fair projects.
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