See for Yourself: More Than 100 Experiments for Science Fairs and Projects

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Klug, Dave 2001 Hard cover New. Glued binding. Paper over boards. 192 p. Contains: Illustrations. See for Yourself. Audience: Children/juvenile.

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If you are stumped for an idea for a science project, Vicki Cobb's book will be most welcome. The text lays out the materials and equipment, methodology and asks questions and makes suggestions regarding the outcomes. The experiments are rated as to difficulty and grouped into unusual categories such as—Inspirations from the Supermarket, Inspirations from the Hardware Store. Materials are easily obtained, the text is well written and kids with inquisitive minds and those who learn by doing should have lots of fun. The science will be easily absorbed and understood. I enjoyed the experiment to see DNA for oneself using procedures like those used by Friedrich Miescher in 1868—a scientist who was way ahead of his time, and also the project to create paint. The latter is open-ended because the combinations are endless and kids are encouraged to come up with their own combinations of materials. There are indexes by subject, discipline and difficulty. 2001, Scholastic, $16.95. Ages 9 up. Reviewer:Charles Wyman
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Gr 3-8-At first glance, one might be turned off by the text-heavy format, the two-color print (blue and teal), and the sheer density of this presentation. But those who take the time for a closer examination will discover a wealth of fun and exploration within. The short, easy-to-do experiments and activities are arranged by topic, and separate chapters are devoted to inspirations from the toy store, the supermarket, the drugstore, the hardware store, and the stationery store. Life sciences, chemistry and earth science, physical science, and technology are all addressed. Materials for each experiment are listed in order of use and "Observations & Suggestions" spell out experiment results as well as other related activities. Safety precautions are provided throughout the text. An unobtrusive scale next to each experiment records the challenge level as either low, middle, or high. There are subject, discipline, and challenge indexes. This title is useful for science buffs, science-fair projects, and for teachers looking for ways to put more zest into their lessons.-Eunice Weech, M. L. King Elementary School, Urbana, IL Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780439090100
  • Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
  • Publication date: 9/1/2001
  • Series: Scholastic Back to School
  • Pages: 192
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 10.30 (h) x 0.67 (d)

Table of Contents

Contents 3
Introduction: Why Science Anyhow? 5
How to Use This Book 7
Chapter 1 Yourself and Other Humans 9
The Triangle Test 10
Your Internal Sense of Touch 11
Meeting Fingertips 11
Mirror Writing 12
Do You Want to Be a Helicopter Pilot? 12
Zeroing In 13
Third-Hand Learning 14
Temperature Illusions 16
Hot or Cold? 16
Cool Fooler 17
A Very Hot Illusion 18
The Stroop Effect: Memory vs. Color Perception 19
A Vision of Vision 20
Discover Your Blind Spot 20
Filling-In Illusions 22
Fading Away Illusions 23
Light 24
Dark 25
Ambiguous Figures 26
Reading the Blobs 27
Reaction Time 28
Your Favorite Side 30
Hair 33
Examining the Cuticle 33
Testing the Cortex 34
Chapter 2 Inspirations from the Supermarket 37
A Meal for Mold 38
Searching for Yeast Busters 40
Protein Eaters 42
The Gas Sylvester 44
A Sprouting Outing 48
The Colors of Fruits and Vegetables 50
Part 1 Extract the Pigments 50
Part 2 Analyze the Pigments 51
Vegetable Dyes 53
Make Your Own Cold Cereal 54
Crisp Little Rice 54
Flakes 56
Extract DNA in Your Kitchen 57
Light Dessert 60
Playing With Plastic 63
Making Coasters from Cups 63
Plastic Wraps 65
Chapter 3 Inspirations from the Toy Store 67
Bouncing 68
Rolling 70
Spinning 72
Straw and Lid Tops 72
An Unbalanced Ping-Pong Ball 74
Identifiable Flying Objects 76
Getting to Know Bernoulli 76
The Flying Cuff 78
Paper Airplane 79
Playing with Sound 81
The Slinky Model of a Sound Wave 81
Talk Under Water 82
The Sound of Silence 83
Magic Sand 84
Water Lovers 86
Slicing Up Light 88
Cold Light 90
Brightness and Duration 90
Mixing White Light 92
Other Light Essences 93
Useless But Fun 94
Oobleck 94
Gak 96
Slime 98
Crystal Flowers 99
Chapter 4 Inspirations from the Drugstore 101
Soap and Detergents 102
Lather and Hard Water 102
Soap vs. Detergent 103
Deodorant Soaps 104
A Toothpaste Test 107
Lotions and Creams 109
Dead Skin Cells 109
A Barrier to Evaporation 110
A Study of Lotions and Creams 112
Make Your Own Cold Cream 114
Perfume 116
Shampoo and Conditioners 118
Chapter 5 Inspirations from the Hardware Store 121
Tools: Simple Machines 122
The Claw Hammer 123
Screws 126
Hard-Surface Cleaners 128
Cleaners vs. Soaps 128
Wetting Agents 130
Silver Polish and Photochemistry 132
Waxes 134
Paints 136
Paint Films 136
Mix Your Own Paints 138
Electricity 140
Make a Charge Detector 140
Make a Current Detector 143
Batteries 146
Chapter 6 Inspirations from the Stationery Store 149
Papermaking 150
Recycled Paper 151
Lint Paper and Other Fibers 153
Special Properties of Paper 154
Grain 154
Brightness 156
Opacity 157
Curl 158
Watermarks and Two-Sided Characteristics 159
Ink 160
Iron Ink 160
Artificially Aging Ink 162
Writing Instruments 163
Instruments for the Ink Pot 163
The Capillary Factor 164
Testing Chalk 166
Make Your Own Chalk 167
Pencils 168
Adhesives 170
Testing Glue Films 170
Make Your Own Glue 171
A Formula for Milk Glue 172
A Formula for Paste 174
A Formula for Gum 175
Testing Bond Strength 176
Tapes 179
Rubber 180
Crepe Rubber from Rubber Cement 180
Erasability 182
Burning Rubber 183
Vulcanized Rubber 184
The Elastic Nature of Rubber 185
Index by Subject 187
Index by Discipline 191
Index by Challenge Level 192
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 21, 2001

    Excellent Science Project book!

    This is one of the finest, easiest to understand and actually 'duplicate in the Lab' books I have found. Interesting experiements, with intelligent explanations that I the 'adult' am finding worthwhile. Unlike many Science Experiment books that ask the student to use components that are hard to find, most experiments in this book are within easy access.

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