Science around the house : simple projects using household recyclables.
- ISBN: 9780486129686 (electronic bk.)
- ISBN: 0486129683 (electronic bk.)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
- Publisher: San Francisco : Dover Publications, 2014.
|Summary, etc.:|| With this charmingly illustrated bookand a little help from a parent or other grownupkids can conduct fun-filled science experiments using recycled household items. They'll learn about sound waves by transforming ordinary cardboard tubing into music-making didgeridoos and kazoos. Other eye-opening activities involve building a battery with pennies and tinfoil, playing a fishing game that illustrates the principles of magnetic force, and using food coloring and fizzy antacid tablets to make a lava lamp. Additional projects include discovering the differences between crickets and grasshoppers, mixing up a batch of invisible ink, and learning how to clone plants. Easy-to-follow instructions explain how to make a butterfly feeder, a birdbath, eggshell planters, a windsock, a string telephone, and other items. Each activity features a simple explanation of its underlying scientific principles.
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JUVENILE NONFICTION > Science & Nature > General (see also headings under Animals or Technology)