In 1920, the first collegiate football game was broadcast on radio. Today, many sports actually allow viewers to control which camera picture they see. How has this innovation occurred? This book uses a familiar topic, sports broadcasting, to introduce kids to the concept of innovation and its impact on their everyday life
This title discusses how sports stadiums are built, including engineering, design and construction.
Tall, twisting slides, gigantic wave pools, and powerful waterfalls are all common sights at a water park. Readers will find out what it takes to plan and build these fun places.
Readers learn the potential dangers of swimming and learn how to avoid injury.
Readers are taught how to care for their bicycles and avoid situations that could result in injury.
Find out how these interesting vehicles can fly without engines.
This book relays the factual details of the 1980 U.S. Olympic boycott. The narrative provides multiple accounts of the event, and readers learn details through the point of view of a Soviet athlete, a U.S. athlete, and a member of the United States Olympic Committee. The text offers opportunities to compare and contrast various perspectives in the text while gathering and analyzing information about a historical event.
Complete a variety of fun science experiments using basic gym equipment.
Whether playing a board game with a friend or playing in a professional sporting event, being a good sport is an important part of competing. Readers will find out why sportsmanship is important and how they can display it in different situations. They are also encouraged to observe sportsmanship in others and reflect on how their actions will make others feel.
Find out how these beautiful balloons float through the air and discover what makes them fly.