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A Project Guide To Rocks And Minerals

Author : Claire O'Neal
ISBN : 9781612281131
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Calling all rock hounds! Learn about rocks and minerals with these fifteen simple science experiments you can do yourself. You’ll think like a geologist as you start your own rock collection, learn about earth processes, explore the properties of minerals, and even grow your own crystals.

A Project Guide To Chemistry

Author : Claire O'Neal
ISBN : 9781612281100
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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When tiny atoms interact, their chemistry affects our world. From cars rusting to stomachs digesting, chemical reactions make things happen. See the invisible atomic world with these easy and fun projects on chemistry and chemical reactions that you can do yourself. Think like a chemist as you burn oxygen in air, move microscopic metals through solution, make your own plastic, and much more. Uncover nature’s mysterious recipes with chemistry!

Rocks Minerals

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Genre : Mineralogy
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A Project Guide To Earth S Waters

Author : Christine Petersen
ISBN : 9781612281186
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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How do clouds form, and where does water go after it rains? What makes water stick to things, and does this characteristic serve any purpose? What effect does pollution have on the quality of water—for humans and other living things? Can salt water be made drinkable? Is it possible to change aspects of water such as its freezing point or density? Using simple and fun hands-on experiments, you can answer all of these questions and more as you learn about the substance that makes life possible on Earth—water.

A Project Guide To The Solar System

Author : Colleen Kessler
ISBN : 9781612281148
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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From ancient times, people have wanted to learn about the sky. The stars, planets, and other heavenly bodies have been observed for centuries, and theories have changed as the equipment used has improved. Though we now know that the Sun is the center of our solar system, and planets and other objects move around it, we still have a lot to learn. What is a comet made of? Why is Pluto now called a dwarf planet? What causes a solar eclipse? A lunar eclipse? This book will help you answer these questions and more. Whether you try the experiments and activities in this book for fun or for a school project, you’ll discover why so many people are fascinated by our solar system.

Rodney Rockhound S Rocks Minerals

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A Project Guide To Wind Weather And The Atmosphere

Author : Marylou Morano Kjelle
ISBN : 9781612281162
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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There’s no doubt about it: weather plays a big role in our lives. But what exactly is weather, and what causes it? Why is it sunny one day and cloudy the next? What are hail and fog? Find out how events that occur miles above Earth’s surface produce different types of weather. Simple experiments give a hands–on approach to studying sunlight, air temperature, and atmospheric pressure. Also included are directions for making meteorological instruments, including a precipitation gauge and barometer. There may be no way to control the weather, but you can find out how to predict weather events and how to prepare for them.

Janice Vancleave S Help My Science Project Is Due Tomorrow Easy Experiments You Can Do Overnight

Author : Janice VanCleave
ISBN : 0471225711
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Caught in the Last-Minute Science Project Scramble? Looking for Fun, Interesting Project Ideas? You're in luck! With Janice VanCleave's Help! My Science Project Is Due Tomorrow! you can choose from a wide variety of ideas drawing from all the scientific disciplines. Just pick any topic you're interested in-stars, telescopes, cells, spiders, chemical change, solutions, the water cycle, energy, and many more-read the background information, gather a few simple materials, and start experimenting! Each chapter presents a simple scientific investigation that includes step-by-step instructions, a description of the desired result, and ideas on how to expand on the topic to make it your very own science project. And, as with all of Janice VanCleave's experiment books, the materials are safe, inexpensive, and easily found around the house. You'll not only find this book useful for any science project assignments all year round but a great resource for developing long-term science fair projects.

Field Guide To Rocks Minerals Of Southern Africa

Author : Bruce Cairncross
ISBN : 1868729850
Genre : Nature
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Comprehensive field guide on the common, rare, and unusual rocks and minerals of Southern Africa

A Project Guide To Earthquakes

Author : Claire O'Neal
ISBN : 9781612281179
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Our planet shakes with over one thousand earthquakes every day. The strongest ones destroy buildings, roads, and lives. They trigger killer tidal waves called tsunamis. Yet most earthquakes are too weak to feel. What causes earthquakes? And what makes the difference between a killer quake and a harmless one? Learn more about earthquakes with these thirteen fun experiments you can do yourself. You’ll think like a seismologist as you build models of faults, study earthquake-proof structures, and even try to predict the next “big one.”

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