Children will be excited to learn that you can change materials into something else by mixing two together or by separating the pieces of one material. This colorful new book helps explain this concept in a simple way for kids using illustrated examples, such as mixing paint to create new colors and draining water from pasta. Easy experiments also show children how to mix and separate using common household materials.
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Chris Oxlade is an experienced author of non-fiction books for children. He has written more than 200 titles on science, technology, sports and hobbies, from encyclopedia articles to fun activity books.Review:
This Heinemann book is one in a series of four that focuses on topics of physical science. Both the content and the format are recommended for students in grades 1 to 3. The book begins with a discussion of what scientists mean when they use the terms m --NSTA
Both natural and man-made materials are the focus of this series. Certain information is repeated in each title, such as the difference between a solid, a liquid, and a gas. Changing Shape provides the most basic information, discussing the properties of --School Library Journal
This new science series introduces the many ways in which materials can change. Concepts are presented in a simple, easy to follow format using captioned photographs. Key vocabulary words are in bold and also appear in the glossary. Each title reinforces --Library Media Connection
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Book Description Crabtree Publishing Company, 2007. Library Binding. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110778736407