Why does a cat have a coarse tongue? Why is the sky blue? Why does an individual snore? How does a submarine upward push and submerge? research the solutions to those and different questions in biology, chemistry, physics, earth technology, and astronomy via 2 hundred enjoyable and wacky, secure and reasonably cheap experiments that may be played at domestic or within the lecture room. In 2 hundred Gooey, Slippery, Slimy, bizarre, and enjoyable Experiments, bestselling writer and award-winning technology educator Janice VanCleave brings jointly the simplest experiments from her renowned technology for each child series--plus forty all-new experiments--to support little ones know about technological know-how the thrill means. full of illustrations, two hundred Gooey, Slippery, Slimy, bizarre, and enjoyable Experiments makes use of basic difficulties, actions, and tasks to provide an explanation for vital technology ideas via hands-on adventure. you could find out how biology, chemistry, physics, earth technology, and astronomy relate on your lifestyle via making interesting discoveries that lie correct at your fingertips! kids a while 8-12
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