Open pop-up pages, pull tabs, lift flaps, and be amazed!—young children learn about space, forces, plants, liquids, light, sound, and electricity as they play.
With colorful illustrations, lots of cool, interactive novelties, and kid-friendly explanations written by award-winning science teacher Jules Pottle, The Really Incredible Science Book brings science to life for young learners.
This engaging book follows the early science curriculum, with a few extra topics to extend learning, so that 5 to 8 year olds feel supported and excited when they meet science subjects in and out of class. Children discover what's in space, what happens when we mix things, how sounds are made, what a magnet is, how circuits work, what makes a rainbow, how plants grow, and so much more! Throughout, there are amazing novelties to explore, including pop-ups, tabs to pull, intriguing flaps, and cutaway pictures, and some of these novelties literally make science happen on the page!
The book starts by looking at what science is and how scientists experiment, and the final pages feature a helpful glossary of the science words used in the book. Filled with hands-on, scientific fun, The Really Incredible Science Book encourages a child's curiosity, and helps kids become independent learners who love science!