Electricity: Turn It On!
Physical science concepts are explored through a mix of fun everyday examples. Readers discover how people can use the science concept to their benefit, making it an active rather than a passive phenomenon. Hands-on activities add action to the books while core science concepts are included and explained so you know that the curriculum is being covered.
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