This book provides examples of 25 MORE simple experiments (Chemistry, Human Body and Science and General Science) that can be Made at Home and do with your children. It is an introduction to the wealth of material in many other books available in libraries and bookstores. Science Experiments engages young children. It has experiments they can see, touch, manipulate, and modify; situations that allow them to figure out what happens--in short, events and puzzles that they can investigate, which is the very stuff of science. All the experiments have been tested by a group of moms and they work great! But most importantly, kids of all ages are observing, asking questions, learning science, and loving it! And, science experiments are not a hassle anymore, because it's all in the bag!Together, with this book, parents and children can:* Learn how fires are put out; * Learn how to make glue from vinegar and milk; * Learn how much iron is in different juices;* Learn how to make invisible ink;* Learn how to grow crystals in the sun;* Learn how to make your own perfume from common garden plants and spices.Review: Science Experiments Volume 2 has been a great addition to our home school. We find an experiment to match what we are learning. Everything is in the bag, minus perishables, and we're all set to go! All my kids participate and I'm not running all over the house gathering supplies. ~ Pearlita M.It's a bit of work at first, but if you do a little each day and share the work with a group of friends you are done! You've got science experiments for a year (except for a few perishables) ready to go. You can dig deeper by getting books at the library. ~ Bobbie B.This is an inexpensive way to add hands on work to your science curriculum. I love that each person has to focus on supplies for ONE experiment, yet you get 20 for the effort! ~ Kelly P.We LOVED the Science experiments! They are so perfect for my little scientists who can't yet read well; I only need read them the instructions, which are very simple and easy to understand, and they can set off to experiment. They have enjoyed most of them very much, but the ones they REALLY enjoy, they remember how to do and ask to do them on their own over and over. The kits have been great as summer or school break activities, and I've been able to use several to match up to what we are studying, making it so easy for me to prepare a science lesson. For children who are reading and writing well, these would be great independent lessons too! ~ Lisa W.The bags were easy to assemble; and I can't wait for the other experiments to do with my children. ~ Karen G.These science experiments are really cool things to do with your kids during summer break. At least from my experience, I think both my 2 year old and my 8 year old would enjoy this experiment (on different levels of course). ~ Becky S.These are great experiments for young children to be hands on. They can also be adapted to fit the needs of many skill levels. ~ Wendy C.It's worth the time and effort, and a great way to get your kids to learn and be fascinated with the world God created. My daughter loves doing experiments and she can't wait to do more at home. Experiments in a Bag are perfect for our family! ~ Sue R.The experiments that we have tried have been fun and easy to do. My kids are always excited to try a new experiment and I try to let them assemble all the items necessary to do the experiment so they are active participants in the experiment. This is a great fun and quick activity to do with my kids that is also educational. ~ Debbie M.
Author: Sherri MacLean
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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