Experiments with Magic

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Scholastic Library Publishing, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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NATIONAL STANDARDS: K-4 Science- Science as Inquiry: I. Content Standard A1. Develop abilities necessary to do scientific inquiry- Plan and conduct a simple investigation using simple equipment and tools2. Develop an understanding about scientific inquiry- Ask and answer questions and compare the answers with what scientists already know about the world.- Physical Science: II. Content Standard B1. Properties of objects and materials- Develop an understanding that objects have many observable properties.- Develop an understanding that materials can exist in different states--solid, liquid, and gas.

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Salvatore Tocci is an American science teacher and author. He taught chemistry and biology at East Hampton High School on Long Island, New York, and organized many science fairs while there. After teaching, he continued to judge local, regional, and national contests, and has also given workshops for science teachers at meetings throughout the country. He has published numerous children's and young adult books in a number of series including: Holt Chemistry, True Books: Science Experiments, True Books: Elements, Great Minds of Science, Out of this World, and Scientific American Winning Science Fair Projects.

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