Explores Electricity From The Power Plant To Your Home, To How It Is Made, Circuits, How We Use Electricity, And The Effects Our Changing World And Weather Have On How It Works.
Explores The Different Parts Of The Nervous System, Including The Brain, Spinal Cord, And Central Nervous System.
Three Quarters Of Our Earth Is Blanketed By Water. How This Water Is Used, From Bathing To Irrigating Crops Is Addressed. That Water Travels In A Never-Ending Pattern Called The Water Cycle. Tips On How To Conserve Our Most Important Natural Resource Are Included.
Students Will Love Learning More About Our Earth, Moon, And Stars In This Title. It Gives Information On The Phases Of The Moon, The Constellations Of Stars That We See In The Night Sky, Comets And Meteors, And What Exactly Happens During A Lunar Eclipse.
From Basic Information About Air Pressure To Cloud Formations, This Book Goes On To Explain Violent Weather Conditions And How To Prepare For Them. Also Talks About The Earth's Changing Weather Patterns And Climates And What Role We Play In Those Changes.
Explores The Solar System, The Earth And Its Moon, The Sun, The Eight Planets And Other Objects In Space.
This Title Introduces Students To The Basic Concept Of Sounds. How Sounds Can Be Heard But Not Seen. How Sound Is A Form Of Energy That Is Transmitted Through Sound Waves Which Travel Through Your Eardrum To Be Heard. How Sound Travels Through Air And At What Rate Of Speed. Useful Examples Are Given Throughout To Help Students Understand The Concept.
This Book Discusses Solids, Liquids, And Gases; Changing States Of Matter; Water, And The Weather And Evaporation.
The Importance Of Plants And Our Dependence On Them Not Only For Food But Also For Our Clean Air And Water Are Discussed In This Title. How Crops And Plants Have Been Genetically Modified To Resist Disease And Insects. The Impact Humans Have On Our Earth And What We Can Do To Reduce The Use Of Our Nonrenewable Resources Are Discussed.
Matter Is Anything That Has Mass, And This Title Teaches Students About How Temperature Affects The Different States Of Matter And Why. Talks About The International System Of Units And Measuring Mass And Volume.
Learn How Structures Are Being Built To Withstand Nature's Destructive Forces.
This Title Explains What An Ecosystem Is And How The Plants And Animals Within An Ecosystem Rely On And Effect Its Existence. Different Types Of Ecosystems Are Described, As Well As The Food Webs Within Them. How Some Changes To An Ecosystem Can Be Good And How Some Harmful Changes Can Destroy Them. Teaches Students What An Important Role They Can Play In Keeping These Intricate Ecosystems Alive.
Introduction To The Physical Characteristics, Life Cycle, And Harvesting Of Sunflowers.
Learn About The Destructive Effect Non-Native Animals Have On Native Plants And Animals When They Invade An Environment.
Introduces Basic Scientific Principles Of Temperature And Shows Readers How To Do Age-Appropriate Simple, Experiments And Projects.
Discusses How Plants Use Sunlight, Water And Soil For Food, How The Plant Transports Food, Plant Reproduction, Seeds, And Plant survival.
Experiments Are The Focus Of This Title. How They Are Conducted By Using The Scientific Method Of Forming A Hypothesis And Collecting Data To Prove Or Disprove Their Theory. The Periodic Table Is Introduced As Well As Mixtures, Solutions, And Compounds.
Explains How Fast Light Travels, If The Light Bulb Is Hot Or Cold, And What The Color Of Light Is.
Explains Electricity, Why Opposites Attract, And What A Conductor Is.
Explains Sound, What Our Ears Do, And What Frequency Sounds Good.
Mixtures And Solutions Exist Everywhere And Students Will Learn How Some Materials Mix Easily While Others Won't Mix At All. Gives Examples Students Can Use To Make A Physical Mixture And Gives Detailed Information On How Different Components Make Up Different Solutions.
This Title Is All About The Scientific Method Of Conducting An Experiment. The Book Gives Detailed Information On Every Step A Scientist Goes Through , From Hypothesis To Communicating The Results. Great Tool For Science Projects.
Force And Motion Are Introduced In This Easy To Understand Book. Gives Examples That Students Can Relate To In Their Everyday Lives. As With Every Title In This Series There Is A "Show What You Know" Section In The Back Of The Book Which Reinforces The Text And Allows Students To Answer Three Questions Relating To The Book. Brightly Colored Photographs Enhance The Text.
This Book Explores The Tremendous Contribution That NASA Has Made Over The Last Half Century. Detailed Timelines About Space Exploration And The Development Of The Space Program Are All Discussed In Detail. Also Gives Detailed Information About Astronauts And Their Explorations.
This title explains how humans and animals have a skeleton to support the inner workings of their bodies and how the muscle attached helps us move. Also explains how exoskeletons have a skeleton on the outside of their bodies, giving examples of insects such as ants. Endoskeletons are also exampled. Gives detailed information on each, along with their habitats, eating habits, and ways they adapt to survive. A special section called, "Explore Your World" outlines an experiment that allows them to identify and examine first-hand this intriguing topic.