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The human body : get under the skin with science activities for kids —Reilly, Kathleen M., author.

"Learn about the different bodily systems that keep people breathing, moving, thinking, and staying healthy." -- back cover.

STEM quest science : astonishing atoms and matter mayhem —Stuart, Colin (Science writer)

Presents thirty home experiments designed to explore the principles of matter, including designing a model atom with marshmallows, building a volcano, and extracting DNA from a banana.

365 more simple science experiments with everyday materials —Churchill, E. Richard (Elmer Richard)

Presents a variety of activities, projects, and experiments that help to illustrate and explain all sorts of scientific principles.

The book of wildly spectacular sports science —Connolly, Sean, 1956- author.

"Why does a knuckleball flutter? Why do belly flops hurt so much? Why would a quarterback prefer a deflated football? Here are 54 all-star experiments that demonstrate the scientific principles powering a wide variety of...

The human body : get under the skin with science activities for kids —Reilly, Kathleen M., author.

"Learn about the different bodily systems that keep people breathing, moving, thinking, and staying healthy." -- back cover.

365 simple science experiments with everyday materials —Churchill, E. Richard (Elmer Richard)

Presents a variety of activities, projects, and experiments that help to illustrate and explain all sorts of scientific principles.

Bubble, bubble! —Lee, Ji-hyeon, author.

Join Baby Bear and Squirrel as they use soapy water to create bubbles and also learn about the scientific properties of those bubbles. Includes science facts and an activity.

Magic science : 50 jaw-dropping, mind-boggling, head-scratching activities for kids —Wiese, Jim, 1948-

Provides instructions for science projects and experiments that can be performed as magic tricks and which require materials readily found in the house or neighborhood.

Janice VanCleave's physics for every kid : 101 easy experiments in motion, heat, light, machines, and sound —VanCleave, Janice Pratt.

Presents 101 experiments relating to physics using materials readily available around the house.

Science experiments you can eat —Cobb, Vicki, author.

"Experiments with food demonstrate various scientific principles and produce an eatable result. Includes rock candy, grape jelly, cupcakes, and popcorn."-- Provided by publisher.

Awesome STEM science experiments : more than 50 practical STEM projects for the whole family.

"This dynamic, fun-packed book includes more than 50 exciting experiments for kids to learn and grow their knowledge in science, technology, engineering, and math. Each experiment is accompanied by clear instructions and...

Smithsonian 10-minute science experiments —Spangler, Steve, author.

A collection of 50 simple children's science experiments, most of which use common household materials and can be completed in ten minutes or less.

What are forces and motion? : exploring science with hands-on activities —Spilsbury, Richard, 1963-

"An introduction for third and fourth grades on the properties of force and motion"--Provided by publisher.

Science you can eat : 20 activities that put food under the microscope —Gates, Stefan, author.

This children's book explores the science of food by asking the questions that you're hungry to know the answers to and providing you with the chance to test them out through fun experiments. Science You Can Eat will tra...

Super science concoctions : 50 mysterious mixtures for fabulous fun —Hauser, Jill Frankel, 1950-

Over 75 safe, inexpensive science experiments with mixtures that illustrate changes in form and chemical composition.

Kitchen science —Levine, Shar, 1953-

Shows how to turn your kitchen into a laboratory and perform all sorts of experiments with food, such as making sun tea, creating an acid/base tester, and gathering spores from mushrooms.

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