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In First Facts and Flaps: Super Space preschoolers discover the wonders of stars, planets, the Moon and space travel. With colourful scenes by Lon Lee and rhymes to introduce each topic plus over thirty flaps, a turn-and-learn wheel and giant fold-out ending, this fun novelty book encourages young children to learn as they play.
All facts are age-appropriate, picture-led and checked by Jacqueline Mitton, an experienced astronomer and former editor of the Journal of the British Astronomical Society.
Discover more titles in the First Facts and Flaps series with Amazing Animals and Giant Dinosaurs.
Welcome to the museum that is always open to explore... Step inside the pages of this beautiful book to discover galleries of galactic matter, expertly curated to bring you the experience of a fascinating exhibition from the comfort of your own home. Planetarium features all aspects of space, from the Sun and our Solar System, to the lives of stars, the Milky Way and the Universe beyond. With stunning artwork from Chris Wormell and informative text by Professor Raman Prinja, Planetarium is the perfect gift for anyone with an interest in this fascinating field.
Do you know who the first woman in space was? Did you know a dog went into space before a person ever did? Find out about the explorers who dared to go beyond our planet.
3, 2, 1 . . . Lift off! Join in and use the flaps to help the busy
astronaut put on her spacesuit, launch the rocket and drive the moon
buggy. With interactive action-flaps, you can do it too!
Discover the amazing human body, system by system and layer by layer, and the incredible things it is capable of with Inside Out Human Body. Comes with a real, 3-D model to help you learn faster!
Inside Out: Human Body takes you on an incredible journey through the powerful muscular system, the "bone zone," the long and windy road of the digestive system, the blood-pumping circulatory system, the forty-seven-mile long nervous system, and beyond! A unique layered model of the human body serves as the center point of each section, revealing key body parts and functions, while entertaining and informative text explains how the body works.
Each section is fully illustrated with colorful diagrams and includes fun, interactive lessons for you to try yourself. You can learn how to take your own pulse, how to make your arms float, and even what the color of your urine means! Sometimes the most incredible wonders are right under our noses.
The sun is out in the day and always has a circle shape. The moon's shape seems to change and you can sometimes see it in the daytime and at night. What are the sun and the moon? How are they the same and how do they differ? Hop into your spaceship and find out! With beautiful illustrations and engaging text, The Sun and the Moon will guide young readers into a deeper understanding of their observations of the sun and the moon. Featuring a find-out-more section with instructions on how to keep an observation log and how to make moon ice, a glossary of new terms, and web research prompts, this book will begin children's explorations of the sun and the moon. Both the text and the artwork were vetted for accuracy by Bradley J. Thomson, Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist at the Boston University Center for Remote Sensing. This is a Level 1 Let's-Read-and-Find-Out, which means the book explores introductory concepts perfect for children in the primary grades and supports the Common Core Learning Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, and the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) standards. Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science is the winner of the American Association for the Advancement of Science/Subaru Science Books & Films Prize for Outstanding Science Series.
What are the things that exist in space? What is the Sun, Moon and the Earth made up of? What is a Star? All such questions that kids ask have been answered here.
If you had your birthday party on the moon, what would it be like? Blast off to an extraterrestrial celebration and find out! This cool picture book combines fun and facts to help kids learn all about outer space. Have your birthday party on the moon and everyone will come! After all, who wouldn't want to ride in a rocket and celebrate for a day that lasts as long as a month on Earth? Then, young partygoers could romp in a low-gravity playground; watch candles and balloons behave weirdly in the Moon's atmosphere; and see why the "moon angels" they make in the thick carpet of lunar dust will last for thousands of years. With each discovery, kids learn the science behind the surprise, explained in terms they'll understand. Complete with sidebars and a glossary, this entertaining adventure is perfect for sharing at home and at school.
Zoom off into space for an adventure where YOU CHOOSE what happens next. Which alien would you most like to be friends with? And what fantastically freaky food will you decide to munch for lunch?
The possibilities are infinite in this mesmerising creative toolkit which will inspire children from 3 up to make their own stories time and again - a spectacular sequel to the bestselling You Choose - it's out of this world!
Discover the most important facts about the moon. Simple text and out-of-this-world photographs unlock an early reader's love of science and learning.
Find out all about astronomy and stargazing: how to spot constellations, how the universe is expanding, and what the planets in our solar system are like. This hands-on book is perfect for home or school use, with practical projects that help you discover things for yourself: make a telescope, photograph the stars, and create a model of the night sky.
A graphically stunning, comprehensive introduction to the constellations
This artful and accessible introduction to constellations equips readers with the information they need to locate, name, and explain all 88 internationally recognized constellations. Each cluster of stars is featured alongside the "story" (mythological or historical) behind its naming, tips on how to find it, what times of year it is visible, and key stars and asterisms within its grouping. Complete with star maps and a glossary, this keepsake volume of visual reference and beauty is perfect for inquisitive young stargazers. Colors are brighter than they appear - printed in pure Pantones. Book jacket features foil stamping and laser-cut pinholes.
Why do astronauts feel heavy after take-off? Why are rockets long and thin? How do spacecraft orbit Earth? Covering lots of different aspects of space exploration, including looking at how spacecraft such as rocket launchers, satellites and space stations work and more human questions such as why astronauts need to keep so physically fit and what kit they need in their spacesuits, Fly to Mars! takes a fun look at forces in space. While learning about forces you will find that you also find out the answers to many questions that you have asked yourself about astronauts and space, and more. This Feel the Force series shows how forces and motion work in the world around us, in a set of high-interest situations. Each book includes three simple activities or investigations for readers to try. Overlays over large photos, plus diagrams, show how forces are acting in a given situation. Topics covered in the series include basic pushes, pulls and friction, air resistance, gravity, mass, weight and springs.
Waaruit bestaan Saturnus se ringe?
Wat doen ruimtevaarders alles op ’n ruimtestasie?
Waarom word Mars die rooi planeet genoem?
Hoe word sterre gevorm?
Ontdek die wonderlike węreld van die ruimte met hierdie boek propvol prettige feite en aktiwiteite! Met 48 bladsye vol fassinerende feite, volkleurfoto’s en hope aktiwiteite, speletjies en kopkrappers waarmee jy die wonderwęreld van ons sterrestelsel kan verken, is hierdie boek gewaarborg om jong feitevrate se tone te laat omkrul van lekkerkry!
Vind uit hoe die nuutste ruimteteleskope werk, ontdek wat alles onder die aarde se oppervlak gebeur, soek saam na lewe in die buitenste ruimte, en leer meer oor ons naaste ster, die Son.
Die temas en aktiwiteite maak hierdie reeks boeke die perfekte hulpbron vir skoolprojekte en sal sorg vir ure se prettige vermaak by die huis.
Craft meets STEAM in these lively books that will help you design, build and create! Get ready to build your very own space centre! From rockets and rocket launchers to a Mars rover and a night sky projector, step-by-step projects will give you all the instructions you need to make every element a model space centre needs. Learn about principles of design and engineering as well as craft techniques to unleash your creativity! Every project has been designed to work using things you can find lying around at home, like disposable containers and packaging, and basic art and craft equipment. Why not check out the other books in the Maker Models series? Each book focuses on a building and will go through creating various parts of the structure. You could learn to make a castle and its grounds, a fairground, a transport hub, a mini-garden and biosphere or a theatre and film set and all the elements that constitute them. For children aged 9+, this illustrated series will be great for rainy days and science days and a good inspiration for DT classes and clubs.
Discover the planets of our solar system and find out what lies beyond our galaxy. Take a look at satellites, space ships, and other flying objects.
How was the Universe created? Is the Sun a star? Is there life beyond planet Earth? Discover the answers to all your galactic questions in this fascinating new series.
Science world explores core curriculum topics to explain everyday natural and artificial phenomena within the world. This series encourages budding scientists to take a practical approach to learning, through fun experiments to enable pupils to have an understanding of how science operates in the world in which they live.
This title comes with 19 easy-to-do experiments and 300 exciting pictures. It deals with the stories and the science behind the challenge to explore the cosmos. It offers action-packed information on the history, the people and the science of space. You can find out how the universe began, what galaxies, stars and constellations are made of, and why nothing, not even light, can escape from a black hole. Spectacular photographs and explanatory illustrations capture the thrills of space observation, travel, satellites and communication. Easy-to-do projects show you how rockets work, what it's like to work in space, how to make artificial gravity and solar wind, and much more. Space contains everything there is, from the Earth we live on to the most distant star. This fascinating book takes you on a journey to the Moon, the planets of the solar system and beyond. You can learn about the telescopes astronomers are using to search for extra-terrestrial life among the stars. You can follow the history of space research, from the earliest rockets to the future of space travel. Exciting experiments include making a dish antenna and simulating solar heat. The projects are fun to do and help explain the science and technology of space exploration.
Imagine journeying millions of kilometres into deep space!
But to really do that you'll need to apply a fair bit of science.
This book has twelve scientific investigations to help you understand why the speed of light matters, how to communicate in binary and how dust can turn into a planet. Discover a Martian volcano and what happens when meteorites smash into Earth or the Moon - and lots, lots more!
Space Science is the ultimate series for the astronomers and astronauts of the future. It delves into loads of intriguing 'how', 'what', and 'why' facts about the night sky. The step-by-step instructions are easy to follow and use readily available materials that won't break the bank! Authored by Mark Thompson - a brilliant astronomer and television and radio presenter - who brings a fresh approach to the exploration and understanding of the Solar System ... and beyond!
This book is part of the Space Science series, which covers key areas of the science curriculum, such as forces, materials and matter, light, rocks, chemical reactions, recycling and waste, magnets, solar power, gravity, distance, maps and constellations.
For readers aged 9+
Will humans ever be able to live on other planets? Former NASA astronaut Dr. Dave Williams is the person to ask. It turns out that Earth is a pretty good place to live. Finding other habitable environments in space is no easy task: temperatures on Mercury are ten times hotter than on Earth; winter on Neptune lasts about forty years, and Uranus is ten billion miles (sixteen billion kilometers) away. But there is one planet that looks promising: Mars. Even though it takes six months to get there, Mars most closely resembles Earth. So what would it take to make it habitable-and what would life look like there? As in the other three titles in the Dr. Dave: Astronaut series, this book demystifies space travel. The science is explained in simple terms while the sense of adventure is ever-present. This book belongs in the hands of every child interested in space, and in every classroom where STEM is taught.
From stargazing to supernovas, rocket power to the Red Planet, learn all about what makes up our universe, and beyond!
Write On is a high interest information series with a difference, designed to help the newly independent reader become a confident writer. Eye-catching photos and accessible text help build knowledge. Top writing tips and 'wow' words inspire easy to achieve writing projects, a fantastic way to improve literacy skills. A great book for 7-9 year olds or those working at Key Stage 2.
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