This title features 16 easy-to-follow experiments for learning fun.
You can find out about noise, music and vibrations! You can see, feel and generate sounds, test how your ears detect the direction of sound, create echoes, make a megaphone, and much more.
It features lively photographs and illustrations that show children carrying out the practical projects in simple stages, making learning accessible and fun.
It is ideal for home or school use by 5- to 7-year-olds.
It includes a glossary at the back of the book that explains all the science terms used in the main text.
How does sound travel? Are two ears better than one? Can you feel sound? Can you trap it? All these questions and many others are answered in this exciting book, which explores all the different aspects of sound.
Make a telephone from plastic cups. Create musical instruments from leftover bottles and boxes and ordinary kitchen utensils.
This series introduces younger readers to science in a structured but interesting way.
Each book explores a different aspect of science. Fun activities encourage young children to explore and learn about the world around them, and complement the scientific points outlined in the simple introductory text.