Movements called vibrations produce sound. Small vibrations make a quiet sound. Big vibrations make a loud sound. This book teaches children what sound is and how it can be measured. Blastoff! Series
Describes the scientific concepts of heat, melting, freezing, and boiling using everyday cooking examples. Includes experiments.
The human body produces sweat to keep itself at a healthy temperature of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Young readers will discover hot and cold and learn the effects of temperature. Blastoff! Series
Earth is a huge magnet with two magnetic poles. A magnet has an invisible force called magnetism. Children will discover what magnetism is and learn how magnets work. Blastoff! Series
Gases, liquids, and solids are all matter. Everything that has mass and takes up space is matter. This book instructs eager learners about the different forms of matter and explains how matter can change forms. Blastoff! Series
This innovative title supports both math and science standards. Readers learn to identify different tools used to measure matter, such as balances, rulers, and thermometers. Easy to follow text helps readers gain hands-on experience measuring, collecting and recording data, and graphing their results.
What kind of mouse has no ears, nose, or feet? A computer mouse! This book teaches students how a mouse and a computer work together. When you move your mouse, the cursor on your screen moves, making it quicker and easier to perform tasks on your computer. All the components of a computer mouse are outlined and give a better understanding of this important and useful computer tool. And, they dont squeak or have fur! This book will allow students to make observations and/or measurements of an objects motion to provide evidence that a pattern can be used to predict future motion.