Electricity and Magnetism Fundamentals: Funtastic Scienceactivities for Kids

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Chelsea House Publishers, Dec 1, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 132 pages
* Fun activities & experiments to build children's interest in science * Experiments based on solid scientific theory are quick & simple * Contains "what if" questions, background facts, & explanations of results * Utilizes everyday household items

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Contents

Wacky Water Wonders
7
Electrons Aglow 2
15
Go with the Flow
23
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About the author (1997)

Robert W. Wood, author of the hugely successful series Science for Kids, delights in the wonders of nature and advances of science. With his keen observerOs eye he injects his own special brand of fun and excitement into childrenOs science. WoodOs professional background includes aviation science, experimental agriculture, electricity, electronics, and research. He has written more than a dozen physics and science books for adults, as well as several home-maintenance titles. WoodOs innovative work has been translated into several languages. His writings have appeared in major newspapers and magazines, and he is a popular guest on radio talk shows around the United States.

Wright also lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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