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Great ancient Egypt projects you can build yourself —Van Vleet, Carmella.

Gives readers the chance to experience how ancient Egyptians lived, cooked, worked, worshipped, entertained themselves, and interacted with their neighbours through more than 25 hands-on projects and activities.

Amazing Africa : projects you can build yourself —Mooney, Carla, 1970-

Describes the history, geography, people, traditions, and animals of Africa, and provides craft projects relating to the continent, including making a leopard mask, cooking banana fritters, and writing an African fable.

Garbage : follow the path of your trash : with environmental science activities for kids —Latham, Donna, author.

Where does garbage go? How does it break down? What are the challenges of dealing with so much waste? What can we do decrease the amount of stuff we are throwing away? Garbage explores questions like these while encourag...

The science and technology of Leonardo da Vinci —Pagel-Hogan, Elizabeth, author.

"A science biography that examines the life and work of Leonardo da Vinci and offers kids the opportunity to make their own designs and inventions with hands-on activities"--Provided by publisher.

The human body : get under the skin with science activities for kids —Reilly, Kathleen M., author.

"Learn about the different bodily systems that keep people breathing, moving, thinking, and staying healthy." -- back cover.

The solar system : out of this world with science activities for kids —Lopez, Delano, author.

"Invites middle school kids on a journey of a lifetime to explore the comets, meteors, asteroids, sun, planets, and moons that make up the solar system. Kids learn about the history of space exploration and discovery, al...

The science and technology of Marie Curie —Knutson, Julie, author.

COMPANION TO: BEN FRANKLIN, ISBN 9781647410186. Don't miss this science biography that delves into the world of Marie Curie, a person who revolutionized the way we perceive the universe while getting the world to questio...

Kitchen chemistry : cool crystals, rockin' reactions, and magical mixtures : with hands-on science activities —Brown, Cynthia L. (Cynthia Light), author.

Provides step-by-step instructions for using common kitchen items to perform basic chemistry experiments involving atoms and molecules, states of matter, and reactions.

The human body : get under the skin with science activities for kids —Reilly, Kathleen M., author.

"Learn about the different bodily systems that keep people breathing, moving, thinking, and staying healthy." -- back cover.

Amazing biome projects you can build yourself —Latham, Donna.

Projects and activities for children ages 9-12 to learn about the Earth's major biomes.

Natural disasters : investigate Earth's most destructive forces with 25 projects —Reilly, Kathleen M.

Examines natural disasters throughout history, discussing what caused them, their impact on civilization, and how people cope with them.

Biomes : discover the earth's ecosystems : with environmental science activities for kids —Latham, Donna, author.

Discusses different types of biomes on Earth: forests, deserts, grasslands, tundra, mountains, oceans. Activities and projects include making a blubber mitt, a rainstick, a tornado in a bottle, a food chain flipbook, a g...

Renewable energy : discover the fuel of the future : with 20 projects —Sneideman, Joshua, author.

Discusses solar, wind, biofuel, hydro, and geothermal energy sources. Everyone is looking for ways to expand our sources of renewable energy-- but which system is best? What is "renewable" energy, and what are the pros a...

Mapping and navigation : explore the history and science of finding your way with 20 projects —Brown, Cynthia L. (Cynthia Light)

"In Mapping and Navigation: the history and science of finding your way, kids ages 9-12 will learn the history and science behind the evolution of mapmaking, and how much is still out there for discovery. Readers will ex...

Biodiversity : explore the diversity of life on Earth : with environmental science activities for kids —Perdew, Laura, author.

Biodiversity: Explore the Diversity of Life on Earth with Science Activities for Kids introduces middle schoolers to the evolution of life on Earth, beginning with the first single-celled organisms that emerged 3.8 billi...

Industrial design : why smartphones aren't round and other mysteries : with science activities for kids —Mooney, Carla, 1970- author.

Explore the engineering design process from its earliest beginnings, to today. Using inquiry-based STEM activities, kids ages 10 to 15 read all about good design, which combines the right materials, colors, details, and ...

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