Electricity

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World Book, 1997 - Astronomy - 48 pages
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The Make it work! Science series offers a hands-on approach to learning. Be a scientist and conduct your own experiments ; discover science facts through imaginative activities ; develop your scientific thinking by making science work.

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Electricity: A Creative, Hands-On Approach to Science is one of the books I chose for my upper elementary science content/genre study. It introduces the fascinating world of electricity and magnetism ... Read full review

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Being a Scientist
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Batteries
10
Light Bulbs
16
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Wendy Baker has been a teacher within all levels of education. She is now retired and works as a research assistant. Her interests and concerns are in contemporary European philosophy, psychoanalysis and theology.

Haslam is a joint winner of the Best Science Writing for Children Award from the American Institute of Physics, for the Make it Work! Science series. he has an MA in Graphic Design from the Royal College of Art in Graphic Information Design. He is also a qualified teacher of Art, Design and Craft, and Design and Technology. He has taught children both elementary and middle school levels.

Facts & Phalluses "contains the answers to these and many other fascinating questions about a very influential body part. Combining scintillating humor with incredible research, Alexandra Parsons has created a most unusual sourcebook for the nineties, a veritable encyclopedia of scientific fact, colorful folklore, and enduring myths about man's best friend (and woman's too)!

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