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Magnets (Science Secrets) epub download

by Jason Cooper


Explains what magnetism is and describes where magnets are found in nature and everyday objects.

Magnets (Science Secrets) epub download

ISBN13: 978-1589527782

ISBN: 158952778X

Author: Jason Cooper

Category: Books for children

Subcategory: Science Nature & How It Works

Language: English

Publisher: Rourke Pub Group (October 1, 2003)

Pages: 24 pages

ePUB size: 1744 kb

FB2 size: 1684 kb

Rating: 4.9

Votes: 698

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This was a good choice to introduce my Science lab to my students. I used it as an introduction to our science lesson.
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This was a good choice to introduce my Science lab to my students. I used it as an introduction to our science lesson.
Tetaian
This book was clearly and concisely written about a mysterious and invisible force that children find intriguing. The writing is simple enough that a seven or eight year old is able to grasp basic types of magnets and what they do.
As a school project my eight year old nephew has been building a simple telephone, assisted by his grandfather, a nuclear engineer, and myself, his electrical engineer auntie. We've had him read Jason Cooper's three books, on Electricity, Sound, and Magnets, before beginning to build his project and then write his report. Already he is relating what he's read to what he sees around him in the technology he uses daily, which up to now, has seemed commonplace. His eyes are being opened by knowledge and he percieves the world differently because of what he has read.
Jason Cooper may be changing our world's future by reaching children's minds today.
Tetaian
This book was clearly and concisely written about a mysterious and invisible force that children find intriguing. The writing is simple enough that a seven or eight year old is able to grasp basic types of magnets and what they do.
As a school project my eight year old nephew has been building a simple telephone, assisted by his grandfather, a nuclear engineer, and myself, his electrical engineer auntie. We've had him read Jason Cooper's three books, on Electricity, Sound, and Magnets, before beginning to build his project and then write his report. Already he is relating what he's read to what he sees around him in the technology he uses daily, which up to now, has seemed commonplace. His eyes are being opened by knowledge and he percieves the world differently because of what he has read.
Jason Cooper may be changing our world's future by reaching children's minds today.