Dangerous Science for Kids Exciting Experiments That Boom, Whiz, Ooze, Zap, and Amaze by Keith Trehy

Dangerous Science for Kids Exciting Experiments That Boom, Whiz, Ooze, Zap, and Amaze

Written by Keith Trehy
Illustrated by


Dangerous Science for Kids Exciting Experiments That Boom, Whiz, Ooze, Zap, and Amaze by Keith Trehy

A Don't Tell Your Mother We Did This Collection of Wow That's Cool Projects that Make Learning about Science Fun, Thrilling, and Even a Touch Hazardous
What's the best way to get your kids interested in science? Blow something up! Nothing focuses curious young minds like a big explosion. Other never-fail attention getters include gooey glowing slime, high-speed projectiles, and wildly flying sparks. Includes color photos and illustrations detailing each step-by-step instruction, Dangerous Science for Kids is packed with experiments offering fascinating and flashy results that guarantee your kids will be both amazed and excited to learn about science. The edgy and exciting experiments certainly contain risks, but the author leaves nothing to chance. Every step is thoroughly explained and the author carefully details the dangers as well as ways to make sure no one gets hurt during the fun. Also included are creative science fair ideas, experiment tips, and curious facts that make science unforgettable and start kids on a lifetime of learning.


Molecular polarity basically means that water molecules are arranged so that they're attracted to other water molcules, and oil molecules are attracted only to oil molecules. The structures of the two molecules do not allow them to bond together or mix. Of course, there's a lot more fancy scientific language to describe density and molecular polarity, but maybe now you'll see that bottle of Italian dressing in a whole new way. -- from the book

About the Author

Keith Trehy lives in Nashville, TN.

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Paperback / softback
128 pages


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Publication date

23rd August 2012



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