This book explores gravity and features 25 hands-on activities that will engage young readers. There are connections made with toys, sports, and everyday items like scales, elevators and water towers that explore this power force that is an important part of our daily lives.
Good content and great activities will engage kids in learning about gravity.
A teacher used this with her class and it worked fairly well.
The text was easy to follow, the content was good and projects were very interesting. The topic is well researched and the projects well thought out.
This is a nonfiction actiivty book for elementary students and preteens.
This is hands-on learning for understanding the concept and principles of gravity.
12 and Up
6 to 9
A class of fourth-grade students.
Buy. If you are a parent, home schooler, or classroom teacher you’ll find many uses for this handy book. This may come in handy when you want something to do on a rainy day.