A is for apple. What makes apple slices turn brown? B is for bubbles. How can you make bubble solution from household items? C is for crystals. How are crystals made? Children can study the Alphabet and learn science at the same time with Apples, Bubbles, and Crystals – Your Science ABCs. Each letter of the alphabet features a poem about a cartoon creature along with a related science activity that you and your children can do together! Each activity is illustrated with step-by-step instructions, and simple explanations for the science behind each activity are printed in the back of the book.
Adventures in Chemistry
(Grades 2 – 6)
Supplement your science curriculum with hands-on activities, puzzles, and games. Activities cover everything from chemical and physical change to motion and energy.
The Best of WonderScience
(Grades 3 – 6)
This compilation teaches fundamental science concepts through 600+ hands-on activities. Includes student activity sheets, science background information for teachers, and explanations of how activities support the National Science Education Standards.
Sunlight, Skyscrapers, & Soda Pop
(Preschool – 2)
Follow brother-and-sister duo Sally and Sammy through kitchens, parks, and bathrooms as they discover that science is all around them. Activities feature illustrations and clear instructions.