Learn how to safely build projects that burn, poof, "boosh," and flare! This complete reference and hands-on guide to working with propane explains how to create a variety of flame effects projects that can be built with common tools and materials.
How do scientists solve mysteries? With forensics! Every crime scene contains forensic evidence that helps investigators discover exactly what happened. Forensics is the science of gathering and examining information about a past event, usually to solv... show more
Authors Robert Gardner, Thomas R. Rybolt, and Salvatore Tocci take cooking to the next level with these great food science projects. Young scientists will explore the chemistry of food in finding out how to test for fat, carbohydrates, vitamin C, and m... show more
Have you ever wondered what makes up everything in the world around you? Or what exactly is the difference between solids, liquids, and gases? Have you wanted to know what causes two substances to react or change?
What could be more fun for kids than to have the kind of rip-roaring good time that harkens back to pre-video game, pre-computer days? Introducing 64 valuable science experiments that snap, crackle, pop, ooze, crash, boom, and stink! From Marshmallows ... show more
Waited until the last minute to get started? No problem! Each experiment in ATOMS AND MOLECULES EXPERIMENTS USING ICE, SALT, MARBLES, AND MORE follows the scientific method, and can be completed in an hour or less. Model a chemical reaction, discover h... show more
Why do children resemble their parents and siblings? Introducing young readers to the fascinating world of genetics, this educational resource presents the main concepts of the science, including what a chromosome does, how DNA is structured, and how g... show more
Do all polymers melt? What does a chain of polymer atoms look like? Which cups insulate hot drinks best? Using easy-to-find materials and the scientific method, student scientists can learn the answers to these questions and more. For students interest... show more
What is water made of? Why does ice float? What is a soap bubble? Using easy-to-find materials and the scientific method, student scientists can learn the answers to these questions and more. For students interested in competing in science fairs, the b... show more
This book investigates the states of matter and the properties of solids, liquids and gasses. Some experiments detailed in the book include finding the mass and density of gases, making solids and liquids disappear and reappear, liquid surface tension ... show more