For kids who dare to do make things ooze, pop, stink, and erupt.
Create exploding toilet volcanoes, oozing sink slime, and bubbling bathtub cauldrons...all in the name of science! Each step-by-step experiment uses household and other easy-to-find materials so the young scientist’s lab can be equipped quickly, inexpensively, and—for those who might worry—safely. Bathroom Science highlights the materials, the method, and the scientific "why" behind every experiment. It's spiral bound to stay open while young scientists-in-training measure and mix. And, best of all, Bathroom Science makes science as simple (and occasionally explosive) as going to the bathroom.
We’ve packed in 101 kid-challenging experiments, including...
*Turn Your Toilet into a Volcano
*Steam Up a Secret Message
*Fill the Sink with Booger Slime
*Give Bathwater an Eerie Glow
*The Cackling Chicken of Death, and
*Make Your Own Stink Bomb (Eew!)
The folks who brought you Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader...creating the next generation of mad (and amazing) scientists, one kid at a time! (Bwa-ha-ha!)
|Sold by:||SIMON & SCHUSTER|
|File size:||18 MB|
|Note:||This product may take a few minutes to download.|
|Age Range:||8 - 18 Years|
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I loved it, highly recommended to have fun and learn with the little ones! For children who want to know how the world and adults who have not ceased to amaze us and we want to accompany our children to be better prepared. The best way to learn is by playing and having fun, I promise your children will never forget the experience and the science behind it. One of my favorites is Toothpaste for Elephants, for sure most restless kids will love The good kind of Bathroom Explosion, they will not be able to avoid jumping out of awe and laughing afterwards. Some experiments are 100 years old as Milk as plastic and I could not help but amaze myself with A berry good way to extract DNA or tribuluminescence from Sparks will fly. And that's just to name a few. Many other experiments are simpler but you will not fail to learn from the science that explains the phenomenon. Happy learning! My gratitude to the Publisher and NetGalley for allowing me to review the book.