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The 101 Coolest Simple Science Experiments: Awesome Things To Do With Your Parents, Babysitters and Other Adults Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-11-21 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 9 user ratings
ISBN:1624141331
LANGUAGE:English

" This is a fun book of science experiments that I use for a library program called "Tween Time: Science Saturday!". Nearly two dozen Tweens and I get together in our library auditorium and do experiments straight from the book. We have a great time....and can sometimes make quite a mess! :-) A great book for STEM/STEAM/STREAM learning programs. " said.

"Looking for some fun science experiments to do with your kids? Love science? Learn the science behind magnetic slime, naked eggs, dancing candy, invisible ink, and more as you make some fun creations.

This book is well-laid out, has easy to follow steps, and has a lot of fun science experiments that work well with large or small groups. The photos are detailed and really help bring the experiments to life. Included is a detailed index for easy referral. To add fun to the mix, the cover glows in the dark. Teachers or students who love science will love this book.

This book was feature on The Keepers of the Books' Weekly Reads 17 episode. For more book recommendations, reviews, or online librarian advice, please visit us at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK3v...

Please Note: This book was given to us in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed,however, are our own.
" said.

"Have you wondered how much air is in your lungs? Or what an egg looks like without its shell without cracking it? Can bones bend? Can you sprout a bean in a half hour using your mouth?? If you weren't wondering before, I bet you're wondering now! These awesome questions and more are answered in this book.

There are a lot of science project books aimed at kids, but this one is far and away my favorite. I like the format of each experiment. It clearly lays out a question, procedure, outcomes, the science behind the experiment, and additions/variations to explore further. There are color photos throughout, which really draws you in to some of the stranger experiments. Each activity has a mess-meter and whether or not you need adult supervision, which gives kids a lot of agency in exploring science. Plus the experiments are really, really cool.

I booktalked this for a group of kids raging from 2nd through 10th grade and there were projects that every single kid was interested in. They would make great library STEM programs, but also would be fun to do at home.
" said.

" This is a fun book of science experiments that I use for a library program called "Tween Time: Science Saturday!". Nearly two dozen Tweens and I get together in our library auditorium and do experiments straight from the book. We have a great time....and can sometimes make quite a mess! :-) A great book for STEM/STEAM/STREAM learning programs. " said.

"Looking for some fun science experiments to do with your kids? Love science? Learn the science behind magnetic slime, naked eggs, dancing candy, invisible ink, and more as you make some fun creations.

This book is well-laid out, has easy to follow steps, and has a lot of fun science experiments that work well with large or small groups. The photos are detailed and really help bring the experiments to life. Included is a detailed index for easy referral. To add fun to the mix, the cover glows in the dark. Teachers or students who love science will love this book.

This book was feature on The Keepers of the Books' Weekly Reads 17 episode. For more book recommendations, reviews, or online librarian advice, please visit us at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK3v...

Please Note: This book was given to us in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed,however, are our own.
" said.

"Have you wondered how much air is in your lungs? Or what an egg looks like without its shell without cracking it? Can bones bend? Can you sprout a bean in a half hour using your mouth?? If you weren't wondering before, I bet you're wondering now! These awesome questions and more are answered in this book.

There are a lot of science project books aimed at kids, but this one is far and away my favorite. I like the format of each experiment. It clearly lays out a question, procedure, outcomes, the science behind the experiment, and additions/variations to explore further. There are color photos throughout, which really draws you in to some of the stranger experiments. Each activity has a mess-meter and whether or not you need adult supervision, which gives kids a lot of agency in exploring science. Plus the experiments are really, really cool.

I booktalked this for a group of kids raging from 2nd through 10th grade and there were projects that every single kid was interested in. They would make great library STEM programs, but also would be fun to do at home.
" said.

" This is a fun book of science experiments that I use for a library program called "Tween Time: Science Saturday!". Nearly two dozen Tweens and I get together in our library auditorium and do experiments straight from the book. We have a great time....and can sometimes make quite a mess! :-) A great book for STEM/STEAM/STREAM learning programs. " said.

"Looking for some fun science experiments to do with your kids? Love science? Learn the science behind magnetic slime, naked eggs, dancing candy, invisible ink, and more as you make some fun creations.

This book is well-laid out, has easy to follow steps, and has a lot of fun science experiments that work well with large or small groups. The photos are detailed and really help bring the experiments to life. Included is a detailed index for easy referral. To add fun to the mix, the cover glows in the dark. Teachers or students who love science will love this book.

This book was feature on The Keepers of the Books' Weekly Reads 17 episode. For more book recommendations, reviews, or online librarian advice, please visit us at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK3v...

Please Note: This book was given to us in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed,however, are our own.
" said.

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