Accessible text and vibrant design combine to provide readers with a solid introduction to this form of matter. Readers will learn the unique properties of solids and the conditions under which they change state.
Carefully constructed text and detailed photographs help readers identify the properties of gases. Readers will discover different kinds of gases and their practical, everyday uses.
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.
This title introduces the properties of liquids. Young scientists will discover what happens to a liquid when it is heated and cooled. Readers will observe, describe, and compare the properties and behaviors of liquids. Relatable examples help readers make meaningful connections to the text.
One of the three basic states of matter, this fascinating title provides insight into the properties of gases. Although most gases cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted, they are always present. Readers will discover what gases are, how they react when heated or under pressure, and the gases that make up the atmosphere.
This informative title introduces readers to periodic table of elements. Clear, concise text and supportive images explain how the periodic table was created and its significance in the scientific world. Readers will discover what the table reveals about the distinct properties of each major group of elements and how the elements are used in everyday life.
Full-color images and engaging text combine to help readers understand the properties of non-metals. Non-metals make up a small, but fascinating part of the periodic table. Readers will learn how to identify non-metals and how they differ from other elements.