This fun-to-read book provides a wealth of ideas for science fairs and science projects. Shows science students the joy of discovery, through the performance of easy-to-do and enlightening experiments. Written for students in grades 4 to 11, and equally valuable to teachers and parents. Experiments can be done by students working alone, freeing teachers to work with the class more effectively.
|Publisher:||W. Clement Stone, P M A Communications, Incorporated|
|Edition description:||1st ed|
About the Author
The Thomas Alva Edison Foundation, headquartered in Southfield, Michigan, is active in 23 nations, sponsoring science institutes, educational conferences, the Edison/McGraw scholarships, and other programs in science education for teachers and youth. The international commemoration of the Centennial of Light was held under the Edison Foundation's auspices.
Table of ContentsSimple Experiments in Electricity.
Electrochemistry, and Basic Chemistry.
Simple Experiments in Magnetism and Electricity.
Selected Experiments--from Edison's Phonograph to his Motion-Picture Camera.
Useful Science Projects--Electric Pens to a Simple Radio.
Energy for the Future.
Alternative Energy Sources.
Chronology of Events in the Life of Thomas Alva Edison.
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