Cool projects that let your kid test the laws of science
There's no better way to learn about the world around us than to test how things work—and that's exactly what this book guides kids to do. Featuring easily achievable projects your youngster can complete using simple household items, Experimenting with Science is designed to appeal to your little one's inner Einstein—and helps them have a whole lot of fun in the process.
From mixing up potions and testing the invisible force of air to conducting experiments that reveal how the brain works, your aspiring scientist will have his or her hands—and mind—full from page one! And the best part is that you can safely let them work on their own, which helps instill confidence, independence, and pride as they watch in wonder as each project unfolds.
-Appropriate for children aged 7-11
-Simple explanations guide children to complete three projects using household items
-The full-color design, short page count, and easy-to-follow instructions are designed to appeal to kids
-Brought to you by the trusted For Dummies brand
If your kid's been blinded by science, this book puts a lens on a fascinating world of experimentation that's within their grasp!
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