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by Tom LaBaff,Rain Newcomb

ePub Smash It! Crash It! Launch It!: 50 Mind-Blowing, Eye-Popping Science Experiments download
Author:
Tom LaBaff,Rain Newcomb
ISBN13:
978-1600595097
ISBN:
160059509X
Language:
Publisher:
Lark Books; Reprint edition (March 3, 2009)
Category:
Subcategory:
Science Nature & How It Works
ePub file:
1594 kb
Fb2 file:
1212 kb
Other formats:
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
374

50 Mind-Blowing, Eye-Popping Science Experiments Paperback – March 3, 2009. Explode marshmallows, smash eggs and cups, launch all manner of things. Next time your painting a room, I dare you to try the Water Bucket Flip

50 Mind-Blowing, Eye-Popping Science Experiments Paperback – March 3, 2009. by. Rain Newcomb (Author). Next time your painting a room, I dare you to try the Water Bucket Flip.

80 pages : 24 cm. Examines some fun science experiments. Crash, boom, bang: destroy! There's nothing children love more than the satisfying smashing and bashing of things being demolished. They always do it for sheer amusement; now they can do it in the name of science. And they'll enjoy it so much that they won't even think they're learning physics as they're wrecking stuff. Just imagine the expression on kids' faces as they watch a microwaved marshmallow grow bigger.

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book by Bobby Mercer. Crash, boom, bang: destroy! There's nothing children love more than the satisfying smash and bash of things being demolished. They always do it for sheer amusement

book by Bobby Mercer. Will it blow up? Or crashing cardboard racecars powered by ordinary balloons, or launching homemade rockets.

Will it blow up? Or crashing cardboard racecars powered by ordinary balloons, or launching homemade rockets

Will it blow up? Or crashing cardboard racecars powered by ordinary balloons, or launching homemade rockets. With over 50 mind-blowing, eye-popping experiments accompanied by safety precautions and commonsense advice, kids and parents are set for a smashing time!

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Will it blow up? Think of the delight as they power cardboard racecars with ordinary balloons or launch homemade rockets.

ILT Tom LaBaff Bobby Mercer Rain Newcomb. Provides instructions for performing often messy science experiments along with an explanation of how each works.

It gives over 50 different experiments that children can do in the classroom or at home. I picked this book up becuase it had some interesting, fun and different science experiments inside!

It gives over 50 different experiments that children can do in the classroom or at home. Not only does the activity tell you what to do and the materials needed, but there are also cartoon illustrations to help children visualize what they will physically be doing in the activity. A couple of neat experiments are the Karate Chop activity that helps kids understand the use of strength of the air to break a board with your hand, and the Paper Cup Crunch which helps children understand pressure, force, and weight. I picked this book up becuase it had some interesting, fun and different science experiments inside!

Crash, boom, bang: destroy! There's nothing children love more than the satisfying smash and bash of things being demolished. They always do it for sheer amusement; now they can do it in the name of science. Just imagine watching a marshmallow grow bigger…and bigger: up to four times its size in the microwave. Will it blow up? Or crashing cardboard racecars powered by ordinary balloons, or launching homemade rockets. With over 50 mind-blowing, eye-popping experiments accompanied by safety precautions and commonsense advice, kids and parents are set for a smashing time!

 

  • As a science teacher in middle school, it is a great book for chemical recipes and experiments. Best yet, it explains the "why" things work in an understandable student language. Truly a good book for teachers who like to use the inquiry approach to learning - lots of hands on stuff to spark your students' curiosites.

  • This is a great and entertaining science experiment book. I bought my second copy of this book after watching how kids gravitated to it while seeking a science experiment to perform in class. The well-worn original is now in my living room still enticing and educating any visitors. Everyone loves smashing and crashing things as well as launching them. Destructology at its best! The drawings are key and definitely the "science hook" for younger kids. Each experiment has three sections: What You Need, What You Do, and the Ahha! part, What's Going On? Bobby Mercer is no doubt an excellent teacher who carefully explains the concepts behind each experiment. You, your child or students can have fun and learn a lot of physics from this book. Explode marshmallows, smash eggs and cups, launch all manner of things. Next time your painting a room, I dare you to try the Water Bucket Flip. Buy it and have some fun.

    This book should be on a shelf of every library!

  • This is a very hands-on, do it yourself, and accessible book, even for young kids. It has a lot of the "classic" experiments, like marshmallows in the microwave and soda bottle rockets. The book does a very nice job listing the things required for each experiment, has clear instructions for how to perform the experiment, and fantastic explanations of how and why they work. It's a great book for parents who want a source of experiment to do with their family or for a reading age kid who wants to do things on their own.

  • This book has everything you need to make science fun!!! Most of the items you need are laying around your house just waiting to be applied. The best part is that it explains the science. You know why the marshmellow explodes in the microwave. This book is the best if you really want to explain science the FUN way. (the way it should be)