Waves: Physical Science for Kids (Picture Book Science) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-09-08 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 34 user ratings

" A fun way for younger children to learn about what makes a wave, and explore the many different kinds. Fun little “TRY THIS” suggestions also allow kids to delve deeper into how waves behave. " said.

" Sampled from a four book series, WAVES is an easy-to-grasp intro to basic science concepts. Starting with the idea of a human hand waving, Diehn leads readers to a broader, deeper understanding of energy and waves through illustration, observations and explanation. " said.

" Andi Diehn's Curious Concepts for Kids series is great for introducing physical science to young minds. " said.

" Kids will enjoy learning all about different types of waves from the waves in a puddle to the waves in a radio! The “Try This!” activities will be fun for young readers to experiment with. The book began with a wave hello and ended with a wave goodbye, that was a very nice touch. " said.

" The fourth book in Diehn's "Picture Book Science" series explores waves. From light waves moving through the air to the wave performed by baseball fans to seismic waves beneath the ground, WAVES explains the energy they all have in common. Activities spread throughout the book will enhance understanding and get kids thinking about all of the waves around them. " said.

" Waves: Physical Science for Kids is a non-fiction book introducing young readers to the concept of waves. I enjoyed how it takes a physics concept and makes it easy-to-understand by providing real world examples that kids will get. It has friendly and engaging text, a fun illustration style, and excellent suggested activities. I think this is the kind of learning young kids will love. " said.

" An engaging introduction to waves. The text begins with: A WAVE is a way of saying, "Hello!"It then moves on to different ways a child might observe waves: in water, in strings...even in a baseball stadium.The text makes the connection between energy and waves. It also asks probing quests for each type of wave and provides simple extension activities on the side.This book is a solid choice for introducing young children to the physics of waves. " said.

"Review of the whole series with teaching tools:

Young children have so many questions about the world and how everything works. Curiousity runs wild in their brains, but more than anything they just want to learn and absorb. This series is a must get for parents, classrooms, and libraries because it addresses many of the questions that kids have.

Each book begins with a poem that introduces the topic then is followed by lyrical text going through scientific information about the topic of the book. Mixed in with the text are “TRY THIS” sidebars with fun experiments for kids to take the text into the real world.
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