Item description for How to Do Science Experiments With Children by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers...
Overview How to Do Science Experiments with Children is a reliable 200+ page resource for teaching science concepts to young children in a fun, hands-on way. This book contains 70 stress-free experiments that help students learn by doing.
Publishers Description 73 experiments explore liquids, gases, properties and changes, and forces. Comprehensive teacher resource pages for each experiment include materials list, objective, science background, and step-by-step procedures. Reproducible student record sheets and icons for graphing student guesses about experiment outcomes.
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Studio: Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.84" Width: 8.68" Height: 0.79" Weight: 1.85 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2003
Publisher Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
Grade Level Grade School
Edition Revised & Expan
ISBN 1557999368 ISBN13 9781557999368
Availability 0 units.
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Highly Recommended Dec 3, 2007
I highly recommend this book to any elementary teacher. These are great science experiments that will easily relate to any state's objectives. The materials for the experiments are easy to gather, and each experiment allows your class to go through the entire scientific process.
Excellent Nov 14, 2007
This is an excellent book for teachers who teach science to younger ages. The science experiments need very little in the way extra or expensive supplies. (clay, straws, etc) The directions are detailed. There are lab sheets to fill out that guide children through the scientific method. The one negative I have about this book is that it does not list out scientific method terminology. For example, it says guess instead of hypothesis. However, even with that one small complaint, I find this to be a very useful book.