|Format:||Print Book 1995|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
Scientific thinking is developed by seeing and making science work. Through imaginative activities and experiments, children learn how to observe, collate information, form theories and arrive at conclusions. The originality and the quality of the presentation of concepts make this an invaluable series.
|Series||Make it work! Science.|
-- Study and teaching
-- Activity programs
-- Juvenile literature.
Botany -- Experiments -- Juvenile literature.
Botany -- Experiments.
|Publisher|| New York :Thomson Learning,1995
Previously published: New York : Aladdin Books, 1993. (Make-it-work!)
"A Two-Can book."
"The hands-on approach to science"--Cover.
48 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm.