Air Is All Around You (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 1) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-03-01 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 28 user ratings

" activity - How much does air weigh? weigh an empty balloon, fill it up, then weigh it again - the difference is how much the air weighs " said.

" It was great to find a book the explains the importance of air and it’s necessities of life. You could use this to conduct experiments in class. " said.

" This books does a great job describing air, something we can't see but is essential. Two experiments we plan on doing. This book generated a lot of excitement in our room. " said.

" 46 months - Another good introductory science book to help O learn simple science concepts in the form of a simple, not too wordy picture book. " said.

" This information packed, whimsically illustrated book about air is an excellent choice to use in the classroom or at home. The experiments are easy to do with materials that can be found in any home. Even older children and adults will learn a thing or two! " said.

" This book was great for 2nd to 4th graders. It explains how air is always around us and shows pictures to allow children to understand how even though we can't see the air it is there. Obviously this would work with a science unit and i could use many different visuals for students to understand what air is and how it works. I also did my experiment from the book "Bet You Cant" " said.

" This book includes two experiments that illustrate the presence of water in empty containers as well as in water. The pictures prompted my first grade students to ask many questions that enriched their introduction to the study of air. They were particularly fascinated by the idea of taking air tanks both into space and under water. " said.

" This is one book I am definitely reading with my child! I found it to be so interesting. Even at 22 I learned from it. There was a part where it talked about how air can block water from getting in a up when putting it in a bowl, and I went home and tried actually worked!! I loved this book because it made me want to experiment, and I want my kids to feel that excited about education and learning something new that they go and apply it. This book is good for that. " said.

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