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The Science Behind Magic Science Projects

Series: Exploring Hands-On Science Projects

By Robert Gardner

The experiments in this book touch upon different concepts of scientific principles. The concepts in this book include magic through chemistry, magic through light and through sticky water, as well as magic through motion.

Library Bound Book978-0-7660-4147-9$29.94$22.45

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"...perfect for upper elementary to middle school children interested in science and magic...an excellent resource for readers as well as teachers for learning and teaching science in a fun and different way."

Book Buzz, December 2013

"Good for science fair project ideas, these updated books are filled with experiments generally requiring only easy-to-obtain materials."

The Horn Book Guide, Fall 2013

"All of the experiments look like a lot of fun for a science-minded kid to try, and the science behind each one is carefully explained in a way that is understandable and fairly simple . . . recommended for science classrooms and/or library collections at the upper-elementary and middle-school levels."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, May 2013

"Safety is one of the first topics covered; the scientific method is explained in a clear manner, and tips for success at a science fair are included . . . Graphics and illustrations help clarify the actions readers need to take. Teachers or librarians can add the series to increase the science projects collection."

Library Media Connection, November/December 2013

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