This fact- and fun-filled book includes hundreds of simple, kid-tested science experiments. All of which can be done with items from around the house, and require little to no supervision
Whether you're making your own slime, rockets, crystals, and hovercrafts or performing magic (science ) tricks and using science to become a secret agent, this book has something for every type of curious kid. Each experiment features safety precautions, materials needed, step-by-step instructions with illustrations, fun facts, and further explorations.
With this book, you will: - Create a drinkable rainbow - Make a bowling bowl float - Capture a cloud - Build furniture out of newspapers - Blow bouncing bubbles that don't burst - Plus 360 other weird and wonderful experiments.
At once engaging, encouraging, and inspiring, 365 Weird & Wonderful Science Experiments is every budding scientists go-to, hands-on guide for learning the fundamentals of science and exploring the fascinating world around them.
About the Author
Beth has been involved in science education for more than 20 years in classrooms, research facilities, and museums. She loves sharing fun experiments with anyone who will listen and with whatever is handy. When she's not working on science curriculum projects or leading STEM field trips at the local roller rink, she serves as web master for science education organizations. Her other hobbies include playing with her kids, gardening, and beekeeping in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her science blog can be found at seven-oaks.net.