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These simple step-by-step activities combine hands-on fun and scientific investigation.


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These simple step-by-step activities combine hands-on fun and scientific investigation.

55 review for 50 Science Things To Make & Do (Usborne Activities)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lizzy

    some fun activities, but more "entertain your kid at home" than classroom activities some fun activities, but more "entertain your kid at home" than classroom activities

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tamra

    I have a feeling that you can find most of these experiments and projects other places. Look on-line, etc. But I wanted one source that we could pull from (and I wanted to do less work, honestly. I'm lazy). I'm marking this as read, even though we'll be utilizing it throughout the year (and possibly longer). This is a great little science book. My kids (ages 9, 7, and 4) get excited about what we're doing. It's complicated enough to make it interesting, but simple enough to keep it engaging. Some I have a feeling that you can find most of these experiments and projects other places. Look on-line, etc. But I wanted one source that we could pull from (and I wanted to do less work, honestly. I'm lazy). I'm marking this as read, even though we'll be utilizing it throughout the year (and possibly longer). This is a great little science book. My kids (ages 9, 7, and 4) get excited about what we're doing. It's complicated enough to make it interesting, but simple enough to keep it engaging. Some of the experiments have required us to purchase a few things, but most of them can be done with stuff we normally have around the house. You'll need to plan to do these with your kids. It's too complicated for our kids, even our studious 9-year-old. Some of the experiments require a steady hand, for example. Or cutting things with a sharp knife. Our favorite experiment to date: Extracting DNA from an onion. You should try it. It's cool.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sam

    While I agree with another reviewer that these projects could all probably be found elsewhere or online, collecting them was a great idea. The experiments seem simple enough to do with a small group of kids in a class room or even a daycare setting. I think they will work very well for our summer reading theme at the library this year (Fizz! Boom! Read!). I think kids will really enjoy some of these very simple but fun experiments --bonus: they won't even realize they're learning! While I agree with another reviewer that these projects could all probably be found elsewhere or online, collecting them was a great idea. The experiments seem simple enough to do with a small group of kids in a class room or even a daycare setting. I think they will work very well for our summer reading theme at the library this year (Fizz! Boom! Read!). I think kids will really enjoy some of these very simple but fun experiments --bonus: they won't even realize they're learning!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bethany

    Good ideas in here for different age groups covering different STEM categories. Few of them are child-driven, so that an adult instructor has to do a hefty amount of setup before the children can get involved, but the projects make for eye-catching, attention-catching demonstrations and experiments, and for the most part they involve common household items.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nazli

    It is cool

  6. 4 out of 5

    Edinson Mendoza

    It had very interesting things inside of the book.I did an experiment with onions and soap.

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    Lauren O'Connor

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