Making homemade slime or rubber bones sounds like a fun thing for children to do on a rainy Saturday afternoon. But they are also great ways to teach kids the amazing ways of science. In this illustrated project book, Dr. William Wellnitz captures young imaginations with a collection of safe, simple and inexpensive experiments that produce seemingly magical results, but are actually based on the laws of science. Kids in grades K-5 should be fascinated by this assortment of activities - growing crystal gardens, whipping up a batch of invisible ink, making eggs that float or bounce, or making some delicious rock candy. Easy to follow instructions lead young experimenters to whatlook like miraculous conclusions, but in each case, Wellnitz clearly explains the scientific principle involved and how it relates to everyday phenomena.
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