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365 Simple Science Experiments with Everyday…

365 Simple Science Experiments with Everyday Materials

by E. Richard Churchill, Louis V. Loeschnig (Author), Muriel Mandell (Author)

Other authors: Frances Zweifel (Illustrator)

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This is a very fun book and great for little science experiments on any given day. I rated this book a 5/5 because of the educational aspect of it and because these projects allow you to use everyday materials that are cheap and easy. ( )
  elizabethguiver | Oct 10, 2010 |
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This book is also full of extremely fun and entertaining activities. There are many activities and the science explanation within the activities that makes them fun and educational. All of these activities were really interesting. Some of the favorite are the “Starry-Eyed”, “Magic Color”, “Making a Bubble Blower” and “The Spreading Molecules”.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 080691789X, Paperback)

Make science magic every day of the year! "With an average of 3 or 4 accessible experiments per spread, the volume demonstrates how to utilize simple items such as straws, string, paper and eggs to make a galvanometer or a balance scale. Two-color drawings show step-by-step instructions, and a cast of animal characters inject some humor."--Publishers Weekly.

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Presents a variety of activities, projects, and experiments that help to illustrate and explain all sorts of scientific principles.

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