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See how animals behave through the seasons, and the cycle of trees and plants, from the first blossoms of spring through to the stark winter wonderland in December. 12 inspiring poems from Joe Coelho, paired with folk art from Kelly Louise Judd give this book year-round appeal.
Discover science, technology, engineering, art and maths (STEAM) through original craft projects and recycle at the same time! This brilliant series combines learning science with seasonal craft projects, scientific experiments and fun activities. In Winter why not create some ice balloons, investigate crystals or design your own bottle bird feeder plus many more fascinating ideas to try out. Combining fun photos, illustrated step by step artwork and a dose of eco-friendly fun, STEAM through the seasons will ensure plenty to occupy any 6-8 year old!
Dive into the great big water cycle story! The same water has been falling as raindrops for billions of years. It travels around our planet again and again, from raindrops into rivers, and from seas to water vapour in mist and clouds. The water on Earth is in glaciers, rivers, streams, lakes and reservoirs. It is used by plants, humans and animals. Follow the journey of a young boy and girl as they float, splash and slide through the incredible water cycle story. This beautifully illustrated picture book shows the incredible story of the water in all its forms, from grey storm clouds to rushing waterfalls, calm lakes and shining icy glaciers. 'Look and Wonder' is a fresh, bold and bright, narrative non-fiction picture book series, for children aged 4 and up, introducing children to life cycles and the natural world. The eye-poppingly colourful digital illustration style will explain the scientific concepts while the light and fun text-style will make these books real home and classroom favourites. Other titles in the series: The Great Big Water Cycle Adventure The Amazing Plant Life Cycle Story The Amazing Butterfly Life Cycle Story
Subject: science; biology, chemistry, and physics Level: Key Stage 3 (age 11-14) Exciting, real-world 11-14 science that builds a base for International GCSEs Pearson's popular 11-14 Exploring Science course - loved by teachers for its exciting, real-world science - inspires the next generation of scientists. With brand-new content, this 2019 International edition builds a base for progression to International GCSE Sciences and fully covers the content of the 13+ Common Entrance Exam. Exciting, real-world science that inspires the next generation of scientists. Explore real-life science that learners can relate to, with stunning videos and photographs. Provides content for a broad and balanced science curriculum, while building the skills needed for International GCSE sciences and the 13+ Common Entrance Exam. Choose from two Student Book course options to match the way your school teaches 11-14 science. The Student Books are arranged by year (Year 7, 8 and 9) or by science (biology, chemistry, physics). This Student Book contains all Year 8 biology, chemistry and physics content. Learn more about this series, and access free samples, on our website: www.pearsonschools.co.uk/ExploringScienceInternational.
This title tells the wonderful, mysterious and often funny stories behind famous inventions. Flaps reveal lovingly detailed artwork to show the hidden workings inside inventions and carefully researched text explains the differences between discovery, invention and innovation, and how these three aspects unite.
Exam Board: AQA Level: GCSE Grade 9-1 Foundation Subject: Combined Science First Teaching: September 2016, First Exams: June 2018 This Collins GCSE Grade 9-1 Combined Science revision guide does exactly what it says on the tin: revision and practice, all-in-one! It's your one-stop-shop for all study materials related to the AQA GCSE Grade 9-1 Combined Science Foundation exam. This new GCSE Grade 9-1 revision guide uses a revision method that really works: repeated practice throughout. Quick tests and end-of-topic practice questions are included as you go so you can assess your knowledge. Later, topics are revisited with review questions and mixed practice. Not to mention that there's an audio download to practise your listening, a complete exam-style paper, free Q & A flashcards online, plus an eBook version of the whole book! A revision guide, workbook and practice paper all-in-one, and then some! Alternatively, the Collins Combined Science Foundation Revision Guide (9780008160791), Workbook (9780008326685) and Practice Test Papers (9780008321468) are available for purchase separately.
Provide complete coverage of the new science syllabus with a revised text. - Enable students to understand syllabus objectives with straightforward introductions to topics. - Fulfil all the practical requirements of the CSEC (R) syllabus with a range of experiments and activities, including versions of many experiments that can be carried out with basic kitchen equipment. - Help students to actively prepare for the exam with a variety of exam-style questions and examiner hints in the margin. - Aid exam preparation with a Free ExamCafe CD-Rom with each textbook.
Follows the life and career of the French scientist who proved the existence of germs and their connection with diseases.
Learn as you do in this hands-on engineering book for kids with Carol Vorderman.
Being an engineer isn't just about wearing a hard hat and looking important while holding a clipboard! It's about looking at the world and trying to figure out how it works. As well as simple engineering projects for kids to try, DK's How to be an Engineer will teach them how to think like an engineer, including materials, building, machines, getting around, and energy. You can find out how engineers use STEAM subjects and their imaginations to fix problems, and take inspiration from engineering heroes such as Leonardo da Vinci, Mae Jemison, and Elon Musk.
This book encourages you to investigate, with amazing projects using things from around your home: find out about materials by crushing loo rolls, learn about jet propulsion with balloons, and build a robot arm from rulers. Fun questions, engineering experiments, and real-life scenarios come together to make engineering relevant. In How to be a Engineer the emphasis is on inspiring kids, which means less time at a computer and more time in the real world!
Do you like solving problems? Are you good at making things? Have you ever dreamed of being an inventor? If so you may be an engineer in the making.
Cambridge Primary Science is a flexible, engaging course written specifically for the Cambridge Primary Science curriculum framework. This Learner's Book for Stage 4 covers all objectives required by the curriculum framework in an engaging, visually stimulating manner. Learning through enquiry is supported by suggestions for hands-on activities, which provide integrated coverage of the Scientific Enquiry objectives. Language skills can be developed using the 'Talk about it ' ideas for classroom discussion. Assessment and preparation for the Progression Test is achieved through 'Check your progress' questions at the end of each unit.
This hands-on crafty science book introduces inquisitive children to the wonders of science through craft projects with everyday objects.
Award-winning author Jane Bull combines art, craft, and cooking activities with gentle scientific learning, showing children that science, technology, engineering, art, and maths are all around us - and in everything we make and do!
Crafty Science contains over 20 fun-filled projects, each accompanied by a 'What's the science?' section explaining how it works. Children can learn how to make a toy raft and discover what makes their boat float, design and colour a paper butterfly and watch it balance on the tip of a pencil, or create an ice sculpture and learn about the changing states of solids and liquids.
With Crafty Science, difficult concepts like buoyancy, gravity, and aerodynamics become meaningful and accessible to young children through play. They'll discover the world around them like they have never seen it before!
Silver award winner in the MadeForMums Awards 2017 children's books series category. DKfindout! Coding explains coding clearly for children with beautiful photography, lively illustrations, and key curriculum information. The DKfindout! series will satisfy any child who is eager to learn and acquire facts - and keep them coming back for more! DKfindout! Coding is packed with up-to-date information and fun quizzes, while key curriculum text tells children why we use code, how computers use code and covers the history of coding from early computer programming languages to Python and Scratch. Learn about coding pioneers Ada Lovelace and Alan Turing and how codes have been used throughout history. DKfindout! Coding will surprise and delight young readers.
The biggest and best ever reproduction of the Space Age's most remarkable images The magnificent vault of stars emblazoning Earth's night skies are but an infinitesimal fraction of the hundreds of billions that inhabit our galaxy - and there are at least as many galaxies in the universe as there are stars in the Milky Way. Cosmos makes sense of this dizzying celestial panorama by exploring it one step at a time, illustrating the planets, moons, stars, nebulae, white dwarfs, black holes and other exotica that populate the heavens with some of science's most spectacular photographs. The book opens with an orbital survey of planet Earth, before venturing into the solar system heading for interstellar space and the heart of our galaxy. As the journey unfolds, the rhythms of stellar life emerge: we pass through dark clouds of dust and gas ablaze with newly smelted stars and we witness dying stars bloom and fade as planetary nebulae, or tear themselves apart as supernovae. Having crossed the Milky Way, we enter intergalactic space. Out here we watch the hidden lives of galaxies: we see them flock and cluster, forming massive conglomerations that span millions of light years, visibly warping space with their tremendous gravity. After covering an almost unimaginable 13.4 billion light years, we approach the edge of space and the dawn of time where our voyage must end, but not before we consider how the universe was born, and how it might die. A landmark in popular science publishing, Cosmos is a majestic, giant format, account of the ultimate journey - a 13.7-billion-light-year- (or 130-billion-trillion kilometre-) voyage from our home planet to the edge of the universe and the beginning of time. Illustrated with 450 images of staggering beauty.
The zany characters of the Science Squad will guide kids ages 5-7 through this engaging, fact-packed book from Robert Winston all about the key STEAM subjects: science, technology, engineering, art, and maths.
This bright and cheery illustrated book for kids ages 5-7 breaks down STEAM subjects, like science and technology, into fun and easily understandable chunks. Join Robert Winston and the Science Squad to unravel the mysteries of the world: find out how robots work, what a food chain is, where lightning comes from, how lungs allow you to breathe, and much more. The Science Squad characters (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Maths) guide the reader through the book and are always on hand with tips, fun facts, and simple explanations. With pages covering living things, the human body, space, physics, geography, math, engineering, and chemistry, this book is a perfect introduction for kids starting to learn about science at school, or those who are just developing an interest in how the world works.
Colourful Illustrated solar system poster This highly illustrated solar system poster is designed to take children on a journey of discovery into space. Ideal for encouraging young learners, this clear, colourful and highly informative poster shows the order of planets in the solar system, as well as facts about orbiting satellites. This attractive rolled poster suits home or school use, and can be used for independent learning or school projects. Dimensions 610 X 915 mm Illustrated by Steve Evans.
Discover the skills it takes to become a scientist in DK's new science book for kids with science presenter and comedian Steve Mould. Being a scientist isn't just about wearing a lab coat and performing science experiments in test tubes. It's about looking at the world and trying to figure out how it works. As well as simple science experiments for kids to try, How to Be a Scientist will teach them how to think like a scientist and ask questions including: why doesn't pineapple jelly set, how do you grow your own crystals, and how does a black and white image turn to colour? For every scientific concept the child learns they will be encouraged to find new ways to test it further. Fun questions, science games, and real-life scenarios make science relevant to children. In How to be a Scientist the emphasis is on inspiring kids, which means less time spent in stuffy labs and more time in the real world!
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