This Book Thinks You're a Scientist Imagine * Experiment * Create by Harriet Russell
  

Synopsis

This Book Thinks You're a Scientist Imagine * Experiment * Create by Harriet Russell

This book Thinks You're a Scientist explores seven key scientific areas in the Science Museum's new interactive gallery for children: force and motion, electricity and magnetism, earth and space, light, matter, sound and mathematics. Each spread centres on an open-ended question or activity, with space on the page for the child to write, draw or interact with the book. Imagine dogs are magnetic! Design how you would make a book fly. Write a new robot language. The book ends with a section for children to record their own guided independent investigations, including surveys and experiment logs.

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Playfully illustrated with sketchlike cartoons and doctored photos, this activity book is inspired by Wonderlab: The Statoil Gallery, an interactive exhibit opening at the Science Museum in London in October 2016. Seven core subjects are addressed through simple activities [that] encourage imagination, curiosity, and careful observation. Readers are invited to add their observations and conclusions into the scrapbook-style pages.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Harriet Russell
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Publisher

Thames & Hudson Ltd

Publication date

18th August 2016

ISBN

9780500650813


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