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Computer Coding Python for Kids has all you need to master Python - one of the world's most popular computer programming languages. Python is easier than other professional coding languages yet no less powerful. Computer Coding Python for Kids uses a hands-on approach to show it how works, with step-by-step projects that build knowledge gradually, from simple functions to building a space treasure game, kids will not only learn essential coding skills but have fun as they learn. Plus there are tips to personalise and adapt each project to encourage creative thinking. Just by following the steps and kids will be building crazy games and handy apps in no time.
Find out about bones, breathing, blood, and the brain in this brilliant mini book about how the human body works.
Pocket Eyewitness Human Body is the perfect guide for curious children who want to know everything about the body and its inner-workings. Bite-sized chunks of information, amazing images, and clear, informative diagrams show you what lies underneath your skin, and make learning fun.
Did you know that, weight for weight, bone is five times stronger than steel? Or that the fastest nerve signals travel up to 350 km/h (220 mph), and that laughing is good for your health? You didn't? Then you need Pocket Eyewitness Human Body to fill you in on the amazing stats and fun facts about your incredible body.
Discover how maths can be artistic and art can be mathematical with this awesome activity book, full of fun drawing challenges with a mathematical basis. Amazing patterns with a mathematical essence will be revealed as you follow the simple activity instructions. Learn incredible maths facts as you draw the beautiful designs. From simple geometric patterns to fascinating fractal art, to awesome anamorphic art, and cool celtic knots, discover the beauty in maths, and the maths in beauty. Left-brain and right-brain come together to create fantastic maths art!
Ever wanted to move things without touching them like a Jedi can? Or grow your own kyber crystal? Or maybe explode a balloon with a beam of energy, just like the Death Star? Now you can!
With 20 amazing projects, Star WarsTM Maker Lab teaches your budding Padawan how to become a Master of science, in both the real world and the Star Wars galaxy. Using clear step-by-step instructions, the book guides home scientists and makers through each exciting experiment - from making Jabba's gooey slime or a hovering landspeeder, to an Ewok catapult and a glowing Gungan Globe of Peace. Each project has fact-filled panels to explain the real-world science as well as the Star Wars science fiction from the movies.
With projects that are out of this world, this fantastic Star Wars book can keep children entertained for hours, making use of many household items such as cardboard tubes, baking soda, straws, balloons, and food coloring. There is also plenty to keep more adventurous scientists enthralled, with instructions to create your own bristlebot mouse droid, lightsaber duel, and Mustafar volcano. Star Wars Maker Lab supports STREAM topics and helps children to learn the basics of science by traveling through the Star Wars galaxy. May the (static) force be with you!
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An enormous new book for kids to learn about the human body. Includes giant foldout pages to show the intricacy of the body A vividly illustrated information book, featuring 4 giant fold-outs describing how different parts of the body work. Young children can learn all about how the heart pumps blood, what the brain does, the different bones in the body and much more in this detailed introduction to the human body. Illustrations: Full colour throughout
Please note this title is suitable for any student studying: Exam Board: AQA Level: GCSE Subject: Biology Combined First teaching: September 2016 First exams: June 2018 The UK's bestselling GCSE Science series has been updated and specifically tailored for the 2016 AQA GCSE Science (9-1) specifications. Supporting your students on their journey from Key Stage 3 and through to success in the linear GCSE qualifications, this series helps students and teachers to monitor progress, while supporting the increased demand, mathematical content, and new practical requirements. All Student Books have been approved by AQA. This Student Book offers: - Fully integrated and differentiated support tailored to the 9-1 GCSE specification - Complete coverage of the Biology content of the new Combined Science (Trilogy) specification - Practical feature and chapter to support the required practicals and skills - Maths chapter and worked examples to support the increased mathematical demand of the new GCSE - Synoptic links and questions to develop synoptic skills - Differentiated and ramped questions based on our GCSE assessment model - New practice questions including maths, practical, synoptic, and extended writing Please note: Answers to the questions in the Student Book are available in the accompanying Teacher Handbook and on Kerboodle. Teachers or parents requiring these answers may also contact OUP customer services at email@example.com, who will be happy to supply them free of charge.
Brimming with exciting projects to help budding boffins explore the science of their surroundings. Using easy-to-find everyday materials, these are science experiments to do at home and in the garden.
Written by Robert Winston, Outdoor Lab is an unmissable outdoor approach to science and STEM learning. Kids can extract DNA from strawberries to learn about genetic traits, make a model of tectonic plates to understand earthquakes, and make a wormery to learn about 'useful waste'. These wonderful experiments will help kids to understand our world and beyond by building a telescope and looking at the planets and stars or make a bottle rocket to learn about Newton's laws of physics.
Outdoor Lab uses real-world examples and an irresistible mix of craft activities and experiments to get young scientists excited from the get-go.
Birds are everywhere but what do they do and why are they important to our planet? Explore how they help pollinate plants and disperse seeds or recycle nutrients when they scavenge and poke around! Discover all you need to know about our feathered friends and their place in our world through experiments, investigations and hands-on tasks. This series takes a cross-disciplinary approach, including links to culture, history, arts and crafts, as well as the science behind each topic. Each spread encourages children to engage with the natural world through exploration, creativity and investigation.
AQA Activate for KS3 is designed to support every student on their journey through secondary science with AQA. This Student Book is matched to the AQA KS3 syllabus, and will spark students' curiosity in science, whilst gradually building the maths, literacy and enquiry skills vital for success in the new GCSEs. Each Big Idea in the AQA syllabus is supported, and eqnuiry processes embedded throughout. Enquiry processes are also supported with an introductory chapter and activities, so you can be sure students receive maximum support. Activate 1 supports part 1 of the syllabus, and Activate 2 supports part 2. The Student Books have entered the AQA approval process.
Ada Lovelace wasn't just a mathematician. She was a pioneer in computer programming. Young readers will learn how this woman who lived 200 years ago helped the world view machines and numbers in new ways.
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