Children's Encyclopedia of Science Experiments
This encyclopaedia of 40 experiments will show curious kids the amazing things that science can do. The experiments are easy to do, requiring no special equipment, but they explain key scientific principles.
- Creating sugar crystals
- Making goop to test non-Newtonian fluids
- Lighting up a room with a balloon and static energy from your hair
- Making your own instrument to learn how vibrations create sound
- And many more!
Eye-catching full-color photographs throughout the book show how these principles work on a larger scale - and introduce some fascinating facts. This book is perfect for children aged 8+.