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Author: K. Almadingen,Heidi Gold-Dworkin
ISBN: 0071348212
Subcategory: Science Nature & How It Works
Pages 58 pages
Publisher McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (December 28, 1999)
Language English
Category: For Children
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 907
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eBook Exploring Light and Color download

by K. Almadingen,Heidi Gold-Dworkin

Why not join us and have fun finding the answers to your questions about light and color by looking around corners with a mirrir, creating new colors by combining primary colors, making a pencil break in half just by putting it into a glass of water, and lots of other cool science acitivities. The Little Scientists Hands-On Activities series of books is an outgrowth of the nationally acclaimed Little Scientists educational program.

Exploring Light and Color book. Heidi Gold-Dworkin, K. Almadingen (Illustrator). Robert K. Ullman (Illustrator). Part of The Little Scientists Hands-On Activities series, this work answers questions about the world around us like: How do clouds make rain? Why is the sky blue? Why do the leaves turn different colors in the fall?

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Exploring Light and Color. by Heidi Gold-Dworkin. Engages a child's visual sense with activities that explore such questions s why the sky is blue, what makes a rainbow, and how light bends. School & Library Binding. ISBN13: 9780071348218. Release Date: December 1999. by. Gold-Dworkin, Heidi. Books for People with Print Disabilities. What makes a shadow? - - Colors - Colors in the dark - Color and heat - Sunset colors - Make a kaleidoscope. Internet Archive Books.

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Exploring Light and Color Heidi Gold-Dworkin. Flicker Flash Joan Bransfield Graham. Copper Beech Books, 2002. TEACHER RESOURCES Everyday Science Explained Curt Suplee. National Geographic, 1999. Houghton Mifflin, 1999. Great Experiments with Light Phyllis and Noel Fiarotta. Sterling Publications, 2000. Guess Whose Shadow? Stephen R. Swinburne. Boyds Mills Press, 2002. Light and Dark Chris Oxlade. Children’s Press, 1999. Hands-On Physical Science Activities (For Grades K–8) Marvin N. Tolman. Prentice Hall Trade, 1995. How Things Work: The Physics of Everyday Life Louis A. Bloomfield.

Engages a child's visual sense with activities that explore such questions s why the sky is blue, what makes a rainbow, and how light bends.
Dr. Heidi Gold-Dworkin's books are a thrilling addition to children's literature and an important introduction to concepts that most kids usually have to wait to learn until they're in junior and senior high school. With the world of science exploding around us, these books are the best way for kids to learn early what makes our universe tick. I have no doubt that future Nobel Prize winners will cite the influence of Dr.Heidi's books when they mount the podium in Oslo someday!
We have all three of Dr. Heidi's book's and can't wait for the next one. My 5 year-old loves doing the simple experiments that Dr. Heidi outlines. Not only do these books truly illustrate in a simple way the way the world works, but they are a great way to spend time with your children while they are learning valuable things about the world. Dr. Heidi clearly understands how to communicate with 4-8 year-old kids. And I learned a lot to. Highly recommended for learning (by both child and parent) and fun. 5 plus stars!
This is a remarkable children's science book. I am an elementary school teacher and I am using the book for my K-3rd grade students. My students love the experiments and this book is helping them to enjoy science. The pictures are great and the questions that Olivia asks about light and color are just what my students want to know. I can't wait to read the others.