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STEM Activity: Sensational Science will inspire you with super-fun activities and puzzles related to atoms, genes, gravity, acids, magnets, and more! Bite-size factoids explain the scientific theories, scientists and discoveries behind them. Complete the electrical circuits, unscramble the renewable energy sources, spot the differences in the space station, test your magnet knowledge, colour in the shapes to reveal the awesome x-ray! These are just some of the write-in activities featured in STEM Activity: Sensational Science. Also available: STEM Activity: Amazing Maths, STEM Activity: Extreme Engineering and STEM Activity: Terrific Technology
Max Einstein's typical day is not your average 12-year-old's. She...
- TEACHES classes at a New York college
- Dodges KIDNAPPING attempts with her best friends
- Goes on SECRET MISSIONS for her billionaire boss
- Has a MYSTERIOUS CONNECTION to Albert Einstein
Just a day in the life of the Change Makers Institute's top agent!
A village outside Mumbai is having a water crisis that only a group of kid geniuses can fix – so Max and her friends travel to India. But it's hard to save the world when you're trying not to be kidnapped by a greedy corporation that profits when others suffer – and seems to know your every move. It's almost like the bad guys have a spy inside the Change Makers...
Ever wondered what your body does to all the different kinds of food you eat? Lift the flaps to find out how your body deals with fat, sugar, carbohydrates, protein and vitamins, and what the different nutrients do for you. Also find out about tiny bacteria living in your gut, why some people are allergic to foods, and what we should be eating.
Scratch 3.0 has landed, so stay ahead of the curve with this fully-updated guide for beginner coders. Kids will love the step-by-step, visual approach that makes even the most difficult coding concepts fun and easy to understand. Computer Coding Games for Kids blends coding theory with the practical task of creating exciting games. Children will learn the fundamentals of computer programming by showing them how to build their own games. Coding theory is taught through practical tasks, so young programmers don't just learn how computer code works, but also why it's done that way. Jumpy Monkey will show them how to simulate gravity in their games, or give Dog's Dinner a go to learn about collision detection. Once they've whizzed through the book, the possibilities are endless!
Techy kids will getting to grips with Scratch 3.0 using this beginner's guide to coding. Difficult coding concepts become easy and fun to understand as budding programmers build their own projects using Scratch 3.0, the latest software from the world's most popular programming language for beginners. Make a Dino Dance Party or create your own electronic birthday cards. Build games, simulations and mind-bending graphics as you discover the awesome things computer programmers can do with Scratch 3.0. Computer Coding Projects for Kids uses a visual step-by-step approach to split complicated code into manageable, easy-to-digest chunks, so that the most impressive projects become possible. Suitable for complete beginners, this book will give young readers a solid understanding of programming, preparing them to create their very own projects from scratch, and even move on to more complex programming languages like Python.
Collins Integrated Science for the Caribbean is an activity-led course set in contexts relevant to the Caribbean. Suitable for lower secondary students in all parts of the Caribbean, this course has been specially developed to help students develop the skills they need for success in Science. Collins Integrated Science for the Caribbean is an activity-led course set in contexts relevant to the Caribbean. Suitable for lower secondary students in all parts of the Caribbean, this course has been specially developed to help students develop the skills they need for success in Science. * Developed and written specifically for the Caribbean and with full coverage of the latest Trinidad and Tobago syllabus * Accompanying workbooks for each level provide opportunities for written activities and help students consolidate learning
How does a radio work? What's inside a light bulb? How can machines read barcodes? My Stem Day: Technology explains everything about the gadgets and machines you come across in everyday life. Taking you from waking up in the morning through to the last thing at night, you'll find out how technology powers many of the interactions of the average day. Every page is filled with amazing original illustrations which communicate technology concepts in a way that's easy to grasp. Plus there are a host of experiments, projects and activities to try - making technology learning fun.
Colourful Illustrated solar system poster This highly illustrated solar system poster is designed to take children on a journey of discovery into space. Ideal for encouraging young learners, this clear, colourful and highly informative poster shows the order of planets in the solar system, as well as facts about orbiting satellites. This attractive rolled poster suits home or school use, and can be used for independent learning or school projects. Dimensions 610 X 915 mm Illustrated by Steve Evans.
Why do ice lollies melt? How do your lungs work? How do you digest your lunch? With the help of dynamic illustrations and fun activities, My STEM Day Science takes you through the day and explain how incredible science underpins everything you do. Starting in the morning and working through the day, you'll find out how science lies behind so many everyday tasks and objects. Every page is filled with amazing original illustrations which explain science ideas in a fun and simple way. Plus there are experiments, projects and activities for readers to try themselves, helping to bring science to life.
National Geographic Primary Readers is a high-interest series of beginning reading books that have been developed in consultation with education experts. The books pair magnificent National Geographic photographs with lively text by skilled children's book authors across four reading levels. Kids see plants, flowers, and trees around them every day. In this lively and educational reader, they'll learn how those plants grow. Kids will take this magical journey from seed pollination to plant growth, learning about what plants need to thrive and grow with the same careful text, brilliant photographs, and the fun approach that National Geographic Readers are known for. Level 2: Becoming fluent These books are a good match for kids who are developing reading stamina and enjoy a longer book. They are ideal for readers of Green, Orange and Turquoise books.
What does it really mean when you give 100%? How does money work? Can you measure your volume while taking a bath? With the help of dynamic illustrations and fun activities, My STEM Day explains how marvellous maths is right behind a whole host of everyday activities. Follow the clock through an average day, and find out how maths makes a difference in a huge amount of activities outside the classroom. The pages are filled with unique, fun and original illustrations, not to mention projects and experiments that turns maths from a scary challenge into a playful pastime.
Your complete guide to Robot Wars! Meet the House Robots with Top Trump-style profiles and tour the battle arena.Become a Roboteer and learn how to engineer your own winning robot. Full of fantastic facts and fill in sections for creating your own profiles and scribbling down inventor notes. Roboteers, stand by!
How do traffic lights work? What's the strongest shape? How can you build a super-fast zipwire? With the help of dynamic illustrations and fun activities, My STEM Day: Engineering takes you through the day and explains how engineering has a role in everyday tasks, from cooling your food to making your toilet flush. Discover how engineering powers everything from the journey to school to your night-time bath, and everything in between.There are tons of experiments, projects and activities for readers to try themselves, and every page is filled with amazing original illustrations which explain engineering concepts in a fun and accessible way.
Kom ontdek die aarde se uiteenlopende landskappe en interessante bewoners in hierdie leersame boek. Ook al is die teks met jong lesers in gedagte saamgestel, is hierdie die perfekte bron van inligting vir enigiemand wat belangstel om ons planeet se unieke biodiversiteit te verstaan en te bewaar. Die kombinasie van leersame, toeganklike inhoud (nagevors deur kenners verbonde aan die Montreal Biodome) en treffende visuele materiaal gee lesers 'n naby blik op ons verstommende planeet – en gee ook noodsaaklike insig in die invloed wat menslike aktiwiteite op die aarde het.
Fight plastic and change the world by becoming a #2minute superhero. Have you got 2 minutes to change the world? We are killing our home with plastic. It's everywhere. It's in your water bottle. In the rivers. In the sea. It's time to fight back. And you are just the person to do it. You - yes, you - can become a #2minute superhero and make a difference. Read this book and help save the world in just 2 minutes by making small changes to how you use plastic at home, school and in your community.
Learn to think like a coder without a computer! Each of the fun craft activities included in this book will teach you about a key concept of computer programming and can be done completely offline. Then you can put your skills into practise by trying out the simple programs provided in the online, child-friendly computer language Scratch.
This crafty coding book breaks down the principles of coding into bite-sized chunks that will get you thinking like a computer scientist in no time. Learn about loops by making a friendship bracelet, find out about programming by planning a scavenger hunt, and discover how functions work with paper fortune tellers. Children can then use their new knowledge to code for real by following the clear instructions to build programs in Scratch 3.0.
Perfect for kids aged 7-9, the various STEAM activities will help teach children the crucial skills of logical thinking that will give them a head-start for when they begin programming on a computer. Famous scientist pages teach children about coding pioneers, such as Alan Turing and Katherine Johnson, and topic pages, such as the Internet, give kids a wider understanding of the subject.
Written by computer science expert Kiki Prottsman, How to be a Coder is so much fun kids won't realize they're learning!
Platinum natural sciences and technology Grade 5 provides superior CAPS coverage and has been approved by the Department of Basic Education. What makes the Platinum natural sciences and technology Grade 5-6 course unique? Special skills focus pages are provided to develop a new skill or to revise a prior skill. Key concepts boxes summarises the unit in just a few sentences making it easier for learners to recall what's important. The Programme of assessment is built in throughout each term of the learner's book, exactly where you need them for ease of use. Revision sections include summary activities, language activities and revision activities giving your learners many chances to revise content and concepts.
Silver award winner in the MadeForMums Awards 2017 children's books series category. Look inside your brilliant body with DK's brand new human body book. DKfindout! Human Body will satisfy any child who is eager to learn and acquire facts - and keep them coming back for more! From gooey gastric juices, to our amazing brains, and everything in the human body in-between, this book will give kids the understanding they crave about how our bodies work. DKfindout! Human Body explains the complex systems like digestion that keep us ticking over, and will satisfy any budding biologist. DKfindout! Human Body will surprise and delight young readers aged 6 to 9.
Packed with facts and tantalising anecdotes from experts and bursting with colour photographs, learn all about rocks and minerals in this fresh take on the subject that kids with love. It's time to learn everything about rocks and minerals! Each book in the National Geographic Kids Everything series has more than 100 pictures, an explorer's corner with from-the-field anecdotes and tips, fun facts throughout, maps and infographics, an illustrated diagram, a photo gallery, cool comparisons, a behind-the-scenes photograph, an interactive glossary, and more.
Why do volcanoes erupt? Where is the tallest mountain? How does the weather work? Find out in this interactive book with 100 questions and answers, and 70 lift-the-flaps to explore. Lift the flaps to discover Planet Earth's place in space, look at the seven continents, learn about earth's magnetic field, find out about the water cycle, see the world's amazing habitats, and take a closer look at hurricanes, floods and avalanches.
Discover the seriously impressive science that goes on every time you cook or eat. This children's book explores the science of food by asking questions you're hungry to know the answers to, and putting them to the test through fun experiments.
Science You Can Eat will transform your kitchen into a lab through fun food experiments. Cooking is chemistry, and the fun science experiments - such as tricking your taste buds, making slime taste delicious, and investigating some of the strangest flavours around will prove it. This exciting kids book tackles all the tasty science questions you have about food, plus plenty more that you hadn't thought of! Once you understand science, you understand food, so find out why popcorn go "pop" as you test it out for yourself, explore how taste is affected by smell, then discover whether eating insects is the future of food.
Examining interesting ingredients and exciting eating, as well as peeking into the future of food, Science You Can Eat helps you understand what's happening with our food and why. Each page is guaranteed to leave you hungry for more.
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