How do we know there is air all around us if we can’t see it? Is it possible for air to make something move? Does air have a smell or a taste? What kinds of things are in air? Can air be hot or cold? And why is air so important to people, animals, and plants? Using everyday, easy-to-find items, young students will get the chance to be real-life scientists and carry out step-by-step experiments to answer these and other intriguing questions. As they do so, these young scientists will be observing, recording their observations, and drawing conclusions.
Each book in this series includes at least seven experiments with detailed, age-appropriate instructions, great facts and background information, a “Conclusions” section to pull all the concepts investigated in the book together, and a glossary of science words. Colorful, dynamic designs and images truly put the FUN into FUN-damental Experiments!
|Interest Level||Grade 3|
|Reading Level||Grade 2|
|Number of Pages||24|
|Dimensions||10 x 8|
|ISBN||9781627245395, 9781627246248, 9781627247054|
|Title Format||Reinforced book, Hosted eBook, Savings Bundle|
|Guided Reading Level||P|
|Lexile Reading Level||590|
|Scholastic Reading Counts Level||3.3|
The Horn Book Guide Review for Air
This collection of activities features physical science concepts that at times are above the indented audience. Each activity uses household times to explore properties of air, with directions provided through step-by-step instructions and photographs. Young experimenters are encouraged to record their findings and provided with good questions that prompt further thinking. Reading list, Glos., ind.
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