Fun Experiments With Matter
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Make a giant fountain from a soda pop bottle, write messages in invisible ink, and blow monster bubbles! Use readily available items and simple step-by-step instructions to create these amazing science projects. Discover the science behind each experiment, and have fun sharing with your friends and family. It squeezes, it stretches, it flows, it makes crystals—it's matter!
"Gr 3-6-Clear diagrams guide readers through the nine to 12 projects found in each of these books. A good mix of old favorites (cornstarch slime and a homopolar motor) are featured along with some neat new tricks (a lens made of ice and coffee filter chromatography). Occasional inconsistent language use (joss stick vs. incense stick in Forces and thumbtack vs. drawing pin in Electricity) reflects the series's British origin and could lead to confusion. The series is better for the simpler experiments, as the instructions sometimes miss a beat–the origami airplane in Forces is extremely complicated to make, so much so that even the photo of the finished plane looks bunchy and uneven. Best for classroom or club use, as students will need to tinker and adjust to achieve success with some of these projects. VERDICT For schools and libraries with a large budget for STEM activity book series."–School Library Journal, Series Made Simple
About the Author
Rob Ives is a former math and science teacher and now a designer and paper engineer living in Cumbria, UK. He creates science- and project-based children's books, including Paper Models that Rock! and Paper Automata. He specializes in character-based paper animations and all kinds of fun and fascinating science projects, and often visits schools to talk about design technology and demonstrate his models.
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