Best of Wonder Science

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Delmar Cengage Learning, 1997 - Education - 531 pages
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The Best of WonderScience is designed to serve as a science curriculum resource and assist elementary teachers. This book explains the content and goals set forth by the National Science Education standards as well as how to conform your classroom science activities to meet those standards. Over 400 hands-on science activities originally published in WonderScience magazine are presented in an easy to comprehend format. This textbook is for children from grades 5 to 8.

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JAMES H. KESSLER is a science teacher. /E He is the author/editor of Wonder Science, a monthly publication of the American Chemical Society describing hands-on science projects in physics, chemistry and biology for elementary school students. He recently completed two video presentations on the contributions of Africans and African Americans to world science, which have been well received by parents and teacher groups throughout the U.S.

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