Human Body: 25 Fantastic Projects Illuminate How the Body Works by
  

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Human Body: 25 Fantastic Projects Illuminate How the Body Works by

Combining exciting illustrations and valuable information with engaging projects, this unique resource serves as an all-in-one learning experience for children wishing to know about the human body. Through hands-on activities that reinforce the lessons, young students will learn about the effect of smoke on lungs, how heart functions much like a liquid pump, and how the cells are structured. Offering a concrete understanding of the various functions of anatomy, this comprehensive reference demonstrates the importance of eating nutritious foods and getting exercisegiving kids the tools they need to make informed choices about personal health and how to better care for their own bodies.

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The workings of the human body are expertly summarized in 11 tidy chapters, which include experiments that explain how the body works by creating models that either imitate or test its functions ... Projects include making a fingerprinting kit, forming an exact model of one's teeth, and taking a DNA extraction from plant cells. Simple drawings and cartoons enliven and illuminate the text ... The scientific explanations are superb. A great addition to any collection. School Library Journal The 10 chapters use humorous illustrations, fact boxes, and 'Words to Know

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Electronic book text
128 pages

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Publisher

Nomad Press

Publication date

1st October 2008

ISBN

9781934670705


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