by Jess Harris
You can make your own microscope, track sound waves, build 3-D lenses, power a small boat with just a candle, build a robot that hops, create artwork with a pendulum, and weave a magical math square.
The instructions are clear and easy to follow, with photos that show children doing the actual experiments. There is even a glossary in the back for some of the more scientific terms.
Each experiment has a text box that explains the how and why of the chemistry or math behind the activity. It also tells some of the history of famous mathematicians, engineers, and scientists who first discovered and developed the techniques used and simplified in this book.
These experiments would definitely spark the curiosity of children and teens, and get them excited about learning! Especially students who are tactical learners would enjoy these activities!
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts, and are not influenced by anyone.