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Awesome Science Experiments for Kids: 100+ Fun STEM / STEAM Projects and Why They Work Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-06-20 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 24 user ratings
ISBN:1939754666
LANGUAGE:English

"S.T.E.A.M is very important for our kids in the classroom. It’s also actually a lot of fun. What does it stand for, Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. That’s right! It’s all the categories that are studied in the classroom that help educate, stimulate and grow the young minds of our children. Kids will learn how all of these things are connected and intertwined. Each chapter has simple instructions with easy-to-read, step-by-step layouts that are fun for kids and adults too. Each section of the book shares a How and Why section which helps explain terms and what happens during the experiment.

There is an experiment that will teach kids how artic animals stay warm. If you’d like to know why the sky is blue or even why it changes color during a sunset, there is an experiment for that here within these pages. There is an experiment for a drinking straw roller coaster, magnet painting and disappearing ice. There are also colorful photos to help guide readers so they can see first-hand what their experiment should look like. Parents and teachers will enjoy sharing these cool experiments in the classroom or at home.
" said.

"I received an advanced reading copy and love this book! Where was this when my kids were little? I have two nephews in the 5-10 year age range, though, and I am sure they will love a little auntie time.
The author includes high-quality images with almost every activity. And the activities, while simple, are not boring. Each activity includes an easy guide to help determine the difficulty level and approximate time to complete. It also includes tips for success and scientific method questions to encourage children to form a hypothesis before starting. Additionally, some activities may fall into more than one category - such as building a jet-powered speedboat. It's an experiment from the technology chapter, but also enhances science and engineering learning - and is marked as such.
The author also encourages deeper thinking and alternatives to each activity. A "Now Try This" section asks children to think about what would happen if a certain material was changed in the experiment.
And, speaking of materials - you probably have almost everything you need to try almost anything in the book. Materials are inexpensive and easy to find.
Older children should have no problem trying these on their own, but younger children will need supervision.
This book would make a great addition to a classroom - or a gift (which is what I am doing with mine).
" said.

"S.T.E.A.M is very important for our kids in the classroom. It’s also actually a lot of fun. What does it stand for, Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. That’s right! It’s all the categories that are studied in the classroom that help educate, stimulate and grow the young minds of our children. Kids will learn how all of these things are connected and intertwined. Each chapter has simple instructions with easy-to-read, step-by-step layouts that are fun for kids and adults too. Each section of the book shares a How and Why section which helps explain terms and what happens during the experiment.

There is an experiment that will teach kids how artic animals stay warm. If you’d like to know why the sky is blue or even why it changes color during a sunset, there is an experiment for that here within these pages. There is an experiment for a drinking straw roller coaster, magnet painting and disappearing ice. There are also colorful photos to help guide readers so they can see first-hand what their experiment should look like. Parents and teachers will enjoy sharing these cool experiments in the classroom or at home.
" said.

"I received an advanced reading copy and love this book! Where was this when my kids were little? I have two nephews in the 5-10 year age range, though, and I am sure they will love a little auntie time.
The author includes high-quality images with almost every activity. And the activities, while simple, are not boring. Each activity includes an easy guide to help determine the difficulty level and approximate time to complete. It also includes tips for success and scientific method questions to encourage children to form a hypothesis before starting. Additionally, some activities may fall into more than one category - such as building a jet-powered speedboat. It's an experiment from the technology chapter, but also enhances science and engineering learning - and is marked as such.
The author also encourages deeper thinking and alternatives to each activity. A "Now Try This" section asks children to think about what would happen if a certain material was changed in the experiment.
And, speaking of materials - you probably have almost everything you need to try almost anything in the book. Materials are inexpensive and easy to find.
Older children should have no problem trying these on their own, but younger children will need supervision.
This book would make a great addition to a classroom - or a gift (which is what I am doing with mine).
" said.

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