Fun Experiments with Electricity

Children's Book and Media Review, Sep 2018

Fun Experiments with Electricity is filled with amazing science experiments that are perfect for kids to explore as they’re learning about the basics of electricity. Toothbrush robots, potato power, and man-made lightning are just a few of the twelve exciting projects included. Each project includes the materials needs, step-by-step instructions, detailed illustrations, and a kid-friendly science explanation. The book also includes a glossary, fun facts about electricity, and a safety guide.

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Fun Experiments with Electricity

Fun Experiments with Electricity Follow this and additional works at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/cbmr BYU ScholarsArchive Citation Author Rob Ives Illustrator Eva Sassin Reviewer Kylee Hackney Rating Excellent Level Primary, Intermediate Pages 32 Year 2018 Publisher Hungry Tomato ISBN 9781512432190 Book Review Fun Experiments with Electricity Fun Experiments with Electricity is filled with amazing science experiments that are perfect for kids to explore as they’re learning about the basics of electricity. Toothbrush robots, potato power, and man-made lightning are just a few of the twelve exciting projects included. Each project includes the materials needs, step-bystep instructions, detailed illustrations, and a kid-friendly science explanation. The book also includes a glossary, fun facts about electricity, and a safety guide. If you’re looking for a science experiment that moves, spins, flashes or glows, Fun Experiments with Electricity is the perfect place to start. The easy-to-understand steps and illustrations make these handson projects fun and entertaining for children of all ages. Educational sections cover how and why the experiments work, making the information more relevant and interesting to the reader while they are conducting the experiment. This instructional text would be a great addition to any home or classroom library.


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