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Home All Categories Children's Books How Things Work (Secrets of Science). ISBN13: 9781854351548. Projects, activities, and experiments explore such areas of technology as the wheel, rocket power, kite-flying, and magnetism.
Intrigued by how things work? So are we! That's why we're dissecting all kinds of things from rubber erasers to tractor beams! Read along as National Geographic Kids unplugs. Age Range: 7 - 10 years. Grade Level: 2 - 5. Lexile Measure: 0920 (What's this?) Series: National Geographic Kids.
How to report from a science conference. Published: 2:00 AM. How to report from a science conference. How to avoid common mistakes in science writing. Akshat Rathi: As the deadline looms for entries to the Wellcome Trust Science Writing Prize, these tips will help you avoid eight common pitfalls. About 63 results for Secrets of good science writing.
True science is discovering how God made things work. Science is not the problem. Christianity is not in any way threatened by or opposed to science (Continue Reading).
Through a series of questions and explanations, the author addresses such topics as: types of life cycles, the role of parents, why animals migrate, how they find their mates, and the growth and development of living things. The reader will learn some amazing facts about the length of life cycles for different animals, unusual mammals, and ways to collect aquatic organisms from a pond. The pages, filled with colorful photographs for visual stimulation, facts to amaze, and simple experiments that allow the reader to inquire more, makes this book appealing to the young reader.
Have you ever wondered how great musicians, athletes, and writers become great? Maybe you have heard of the ten thousand hour rule (that to become exceptional at anything it takes ten thousand hours of practice), and questioned if it was true. That work, of building our own potential and making things possible that were not before, begins with challenging our homeostasis, which means getting out of our comfort zone.
Science Secrets book. Science Secrets answers these questions and many others. It is a unique study of how myths evolve in the history of science . Consciously or not, writers inflate tales to sell books. As rightly noted by Jürgen Neffe, another good biographer of Einstein, speculations evolve into anecdotes that are then proliferated in book-length studies.