Flight

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Thomson Learning, 1995 - Aerodynamics - 48 pages
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An award-winning series, covering primary science in a uniquely appealing, child-centered way.

Scientific thinking is developed by seeing and making science work. Through imaginative activities and experiments, children learn how to observe, collate information, form theories and arrive at conclusions. The originality and the quality of the presentation of concepts make this an invaluable series.

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Contents

Being an Engineer
4
Bows and Arrows
10
Resisting Air
16
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Jack studied physics, then trained as a science and maths teacher. He worked at London's Science Museum in the Education Unit, and in the museum's flagship interactive gallery, Launch Pad. He left the museum in 1991 to write science and technology books and to write and perform science shows in museums, libraries and schools. He has developed science television programmes for BBC Scotland. He is also a musician and singer.

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