9781938063596

The Kids' Book of Simple Machines Cool Projects & Activities that make Science Fun!

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  • ISBN13:

    9781938063596

  • ISBN10:

    1938063597

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 8/25/2015
  • Publisher: Mighty Media Kids

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Summary

Wheel and axle, wedge, and screw. Lever and pulley and inclined plane, too! Learning about the six simple machines has never been more fun! Through exciting science projects and activities kids can easily do at home or school, tomorrow’s scientists and engineers will have a blast learning about simple machines and how they make daily life easier. This book is the perfect STEM companion for curious minds at home or in the classroom.

Book includes: biographical spotlights on famous scientists and inventors; introduction to each simple machine, including real-world examples & history; materials & tools list; infographics; step-by-step instructions and photos; safety information; timeline; glossary; and index

Author Biography

Kelly Doudna is a graphic designer and writer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She spends her free time biking, inventing soup recipes, taking photos of food and downtown Minneapolis, and blogging about it all. Writing about herself in the third person makes her feel weird.

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