Motion is a change in an objects position. This fascinating title explains in a clear, simple way how objects are moved by a change in energy. Simple activities show young readers how energy is changed by applying a force, either by coming in contact with an object or by a force that does not touch it physically, like gravity.
How do you move objects from one position to another? This fun book explains how a force, such as a push or a pull, can put an object in motion. Simple activities show how a force can move an object that is not moving or stop one that is.
How do you change the direction of a moving object? This entertaining book explains how forces can change the direction of an object in motion. Simple explanations and activities help children understand the science behind forces.
How do you change the speed of a moving object? This interesting book explains how forces, such as friction, and the mass of an object, can change the speed of an object in motion. Simple activities help children understand such concepts as acceleration and deceleration.
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.
Many plants produce flowers. In fact, flowering plants are the largest and most widespread group of plants. In this informative title, readers will learn about the different parts and functions of flowers. Full-color photographs and clearly written text help readers knowledge blossom!