Matter is everywhere. It is anything that can be touched, moved, or
interacted with physically. But when breaking matter down into its
tiniest pieces, we find that atoms are made almost entirely of
empty space. Join nuclear physicists in exploring how matter acts
to make predictions about the world in this engaging physical
science book. Fifth-grade readers will examine subatomic particles
and electron shells, elements and compounds, covalent and ionic
bonds, the periodic table of elements, and more through this
high-interest informational text filled with vibrant photographs.
Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards, a hands-on "Think
Like a Scientist" lab activity and a "Your Turn" page at the end of
the book support STEM Education and provide young scientists with
an opportunity to apply what they've learned in the text. Helpful
diagrams and text features, such as a glossary and index, are also
included to reinforce content-area literacy and improve close
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