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Kitchen Science Lab for Kids

52 Family Friendly Experiments from Around the House. Lab Series

By (author) Liz Lee Heinecke
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Quarry Books, United States
Published: 15th Sep 2014
Dimensions: w 220mm h 226mm d 5mm
Weight: 1g
ISBN-10: 1592539254
ISBN-13: 9781592539253
Barcode No: 9781592539253
Synopsis
At-home science provides an environment for freedom, creativity and invention that is not always possible in a school setting. In your own kitchen, it's simple, inexpensive, and fun to whip up a number of amazing science experiments using everyday ingredients. Science can be as easy as baking. Hands-On Family: Kitchen Science Lab for Kids offers 52 fun science activities for families to do together. The experiments can be used as individual projects, for parties, or as educational activities groups. Kitchen Science Lab for Kids will tempt families to cook up some physics, chemistry and biology in their own kitchens and back yards. It's the perfect resource for Girl Scout Brownies looking to earn their Home Scientist badges! Many of the experiments are safe enough for toddlers and exciting enough for older kids, so families can discover the joy of science together.

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"Heinecke takes kids - and their parents - through the step-by-step process of scientific method, with easy-to-follow instructions and photos." - Omaha World-Herald "While technically not a cookbook (although it does have edible electromagnetic waves), this book celebrates the kitchen and food as a source of science magic... If you have kids, or just are a kid, this book is a must-have." - Minneapolis City Pages "Known to most as The Kitchen Pantry Scientist, LizHeinecke is an avid blogger, NASA Earth Ambassador, Bacteriologist and former medical researcher. But to her three children, she's just known as "mom" EURO" an enthusiastic and curious parent who loves to have as much fun with science as they do." - A Bullseye View, the blog for Target