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Mini Science Fun By Rebecca Felix,

  • Title: Mini Science Fun
  • Author: Rebecca Felix
  • ISBN: 9781512428940
  • Page: 449
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Young science enthusiasts will love testing and creating these shrunken down science experiments, making each project as entertaining as it is educational.
    Mini Science Fun Young science enthusiasts will love testing and creating these shrunken down science experiments making each project as entertaining as it is educational

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    1. A great addition into any school, public or home library This book shrinks down fun STEM projects The projects are simple and the book offers great instructions and wonderful illustrations This is a wonderful book for school age children and a great way to engage them in STEM Science, Technology, Math and Engineering activities.

    2. My students are going to love this book The directions were very clear and each step of the scientific process was explained I like that there was a variety of projects to interest many types of learners At the end there was encouragement to think in depth about what was learned I was provided a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

    3. Science, technology, engineering and maths STEM education starts a lot earlier than it ever has with children, in fact libraries, early education services and childcare services are building programs around STEM in preparation for their schooling years That is why books like Mini Science Fun by Rebecca Felix is bound to be popular among young readers, teachers, librarians and early childhood programs.The book starts with a few tips about experiments being tricky so being slow, steady and careful [...]

    4. This book is super cute I can see many kids checking it out at the library and getting inspired or even it being a great present for a science loving child The experiments are not groundbreaking and, yes, these are also found on Pinterest but I think the accessibility of having these at hand with children make it relevant.

    5. I am glad to see books filling a STEM role This is the perfect mix of simple science projects for the younger set Some would need adult supervision but most could be done on their own A nice add for any kid.

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