Plato's Pond Teacher's Packet

Plato's Pond Teacher's Packet

by Fred Andrews
Plato's Pond Teacher's Packet

Plato's Pond Teacher's Packet

by Fred Andrews


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Plato's Pond Teacher's Packet is an educator's guide for using Plato's Pond in the classroom and is also available for free as a PDF download on You can order more copies of the book Plato's Pond Second Edition through Amazon, or by going to Plato's Pond is recommended for enhancing science education for kids ages 10-13.

The Teacher's Packet includes:

  • step by step instructions on how to set-up and conduct the experiments
  • measurable objectives for each experiment and reading material
  • information on how to access other experimental results
  • detailed information on how each experiment relates to the book and the real world
  • an in depth explanation of the science used in each experiment
  • examples of how the experiments relate to our environment
  • information on how Plato's Pond aligns with US and Great Britain's science standards.

An intriguing novel, Plato's Pond uses science and science experimentation to solve an out-of-the-this-world whodunit. Plato's Pond has been integrated successfully in 6th and 7th grade curriculum in the Untied States as well as enjoyed by thousands as a pleasurable, hands-on, inquisitive read.

The mystery is afoot, now it is up to your kids to solve it!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781517004125
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/06/2015
Pages: 50
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.13(d)

About the Author

Fred Andrews has been creating science mysteries for television and the Internet for over 18 years. He won a New England Emmy Award for "Mission Mars" and was nominated for three Emmy Awards for "Zoo Sleuth". "Plato's Pond", written for the web-savvy youth of today, combines the excitement of a fantasy novel with interactive real-world science.
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