Kitchen science lab for kids : 52 family friendly experiments from around the house
"There's no place like home to start inspiring young scientists. The 52 labs in Kitchen Science Lab for Kids require no specialized equipment of dangerous chemicals. Instead they use materials most of us keep in our pantries--milk, aluminum foil, laundry detergent--to introduce fundamental principles of physics, chemistry, and biology. Calling on her experience in research labs and as a mom, author Liz Lee Heinecke has developed experiments that are safe enough for the youngest children in the house and engaging enough for the oldest." -- page 4 of cover.
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|Williamson Public Library||507.8 HEI (Text)