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Exploring Kitchen Science: 30+ Edible Experiments and Kitchen ActivitiesWeldon Owen #ad - Whip up tasty treats while you explore all the unexpected science that’s going on inside your very own kitchen. Cook, mix and microwave your way through Exploring Kitchen Science and learn some cool stuff along the way. . Did you know that your kitchen is actually a secret laboratory where tons of crazy-cool science goes down every day? Or that your fridge is jam-packed with chemistry materials? Join the world-famous Exploratorium for 30+ delicious discoveries, baking, nutrition, cooking, including the science of food, and taste.
The exploratorium’s exploring kitchen science is your hands-on guide to exploring all the tasty chemistry that goes on all around you—from burning a peanut to understand how calories work to making blinking rock candies with LEDs inside, from cooking up oobleck as a wild and wacky lesson in matter to making ice cream with dry ice! Watch Mentos and Diet Coke explode, Styrofoam shrink in a pressure cooker, and marshmallows duke it out.
Exploring Kitchen Science: 30+ Edible Experiments and Kitchen Activities #ad - Make dyes from onionskins, tangy and yeasty sourdough bread, pickles a power source, noodles of fruit, and glow-in-the-dark Jello. Use cabbage juice as a pH indicator and salt and olive oil as a lava lamp.
The Exploratorium Science Snackbook: Cook Up Over 100 Hands-On Science Exhibits from Everyday MaterialsJossey-Bass #ad - The exploratorium, a renowned hands-on science museum founded by physicist and educator Frank Oppenheimer, is noted for its interactive exhibits that richly illustrate scientific concepts and stimulate learning. The snacks, labs, designed by science teachers, can be used as demonstrations, or as student science projects and all 100 projects are easy to build from common materials.
Offers a step-by-step guide for building dynamic science projects and exhibits Includes tips for creating projects made from easy-to-assembly items Thoroughly revised and updated, including new "snacks, " images, and references . Kids and teachers can build their own science projects based on exhibits from San Francisco's premiere science museum This revised and updated edition offers instructions for building junior versions, or "snacks, " of the famed Exploratorium's exhibits.
Tabletop Scientist -- The Science of Light: Projects and Experiments with Light and ColorDover Publications #ad - Exciting experiments introduce and illustrate light-related scientific principles in this engaging book. 100% satisfaction is Guaranteed! Kids discover the countless colors of light, how light can turn corners, the magnifying power of lenses and mirrors, and other fascinating phenomena. Simply explained and well-photographed activities include making a pinhole camera, sundial, telescope, and microscope along with other projects.
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Exploratopia: More than 400 kid-friendly experiments and explorations for curious mindsLittle, Brown Books for Young Readers FBA-|297522 #ad - This item condition is new. From physics to forensics, everyday items, soda bottles, "Exploratopia" overflows with things readers can explore using the simplest, from Issac Newton to elephant dung, paper clips, vinegar, such as eggs, from the largest clouds to the tiniest ants, and plastic cups.100% satisfaction is Guaranteed!
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ExploralabWeldon Owen #ad - 100% satisfaction is Guaranteed! . For all our books; Cargo will be delivered in the required time. Weldon Owen. Exploralab contains tons of way-cool tools of inquiry to help kids get in on the science fun, including: • a magnifier • reflective paper • fabric swatches • an erasable whiteboard • textured paper • a spinning disc • polarizing filters • colored acetate sheets • and glow-in-the-dark ink! This item condition is new.
Let science blow your mind with the exploratorium!take a good look around: the ho-hum spots you inhabit every day are actually secret laboratories full of fascinating and eye-popping wonder—from the instant you wake up to the time you nod off at night! Discover these awe-inspiring scientific playgrounds with Exploralab—the hands-on, action-packed activity guide from the world’s most beloved and fun-filled laboratory of all, the Exploratorium in San Francisco.
The Magic Wand and Other Bright Experiments on Light and Color The Exploratorium Science Snackbook SeriesWiley #ad - Through these and other projects in The Magic Wand, learn the science behind the mystery of light and color. A must-have. Paul hewitt, author of conceptual Physics "Almost as much fun as exploring the Exploratorium, which, of course, is a googolplex of fun. Jearl walker, author of the flying circus of Physics, with Answers Now you can do your own version of 25 Exploratorium experiments on light and color.
. Each experiment is easy to do, ideas, and loaded with advice, helpful hints, fully illustrated, and eye-popping discoveries. Also available in the exploratorium science snackbook Series: The Cheshire Cat and Other Eye-Popping Experiments on How We See the World This item condition is new. Make strange, beautiful shapes appear with mirrors, tape, and cardboard.
The Magic Wand and Other Bright Experiments on Light and Color The Exploratorium Science Snackbook Series #ad - Weldon Owen. And this book. For all our books; Cargo will be delivered in the required time. San francisco's exploratorium, source of the best-selling Explorabook, hosts half a million visitors each year. All you need is a little curiosity, a few simple materials. Learn why the sky is blue but sunsets are red. 100% satisfaction is Guaranteed!