With over 40 themed experiments and diagrams to show how each experiment is performed, this book is part of a series that encourages 5-7 year olds to learn through simple, safe science experiments and observe the results. This volume looks at how things work.
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David Glover is an experienced teacher who is committed to making science accessible, fun, and relevant for children. He is also an author of children's science books, as well as a respected education consultant.From Publishers Weekly:
A trio of titles kicks off David Glover's Experiments in Science series, which features one experiment per spread, with crisp photographs and plenty of white space. In How Does It Work?, for instance, school-age scientists experiment with "Electricity," "Forces and Movement," "Light and Color" and "Sound and Music." A "Parents' Notes" section at the beginning of each chapter helps adults approach the scientific principles and a quiz at the end tests children's knowledge. The other two titles are How Do Things Grow? and What Is It Made Of?
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