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The Book of Totally Irresponsible Science: 64 Daring Experiments for Young Scientists
     

The Book of Totally Irresponsible Science: 64 Daring Experiments for Young Scientists

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by Sean Connolly
 

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 on Steroids to Home-Made Lightning, the Sandwich Bag Bomb to Giant Air Cannon, The Book of Totally Irresponsible

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The Book of Totally Irresponsible Science: 64 Daring Experiments for Young Scientists 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
ZaphNaph More than 1 year ago
I teach High School Earth Science and was looking for short demos that I could do at the beginning of class to introduce the various topics I teach. Out of this book I found 28 demos that I could do at the start of various topics: Density, Energy, Mineralogy, Weathering, Capillarity, Weather, Bernoulli effect, air pressure, and the environment. I have looked in about 10 books to come up with 110 demos, so this was probably the book that gave me the greatest return on my effort. Good job.
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an-alaskan-mom More than 1 year ago
We used this book for it's ideas and they were easily adaptable to make them easier or harder. My 8 yr old likes the "science" of it and my 12 year old likes it because some of the ideas are boy gross. He was able to adapt an idea and win 1st in his middle school science fair. There are also rainy day ideas inside of it as well as ideas you may see in a larger scale on the Discover Channel