Browse all books

Books in Fun With Science Series series

  • Chemistry

    Steve Parker

    Library Binding (Warwick, )
  • Weather

    Steve Parker

    Library Binding (Warwick, Sept. 1, 1990)
    Suggests experiments and projects illustrating basic principles and phenomena of meteorology, including precipitation, temperature, wind, and seasonal changes
  • Our Universe

    Russell Stannard, Michael;Mayo Bennallack-Hart Diana;Floate, Helen

    Paperback (Kingfisher Books, June 27, 1996)
    This book provides 9-13 year olds with a rea l understanding of how the universe began and the expectatio ns of its future. It includes many amazing statistics, quizz es and glossary entries which help build comprehension. '
  • Science fun with peanuts and popcorn

    Rose Wyler

    Hardcover (J, March 7, 1986)
    Experiments for home or the classroom with seeds and plants, showing what is inside seeds, how roots form, and how plants grow.
  • Earth & Space Science: Exploring the Universe - Hardcover Student Text Only

    Gustave Loret de Mola

    Hardcover (McGraw-Hill Education, Feb. 23, 2010)
    Explores the history of our planet and the composition of Earth’s surface, core, oceans, and atmosphere! Students learn about how environmental changes affect our weather as well as the impact man has on earth’s resources
  • Water

    Brenda Walpole, Kuo Kang Chen, Peter Bull

    Paperback (Kingfisher Books, Dec. 31, 1987)
    Explains the many uses of water and how clean water gets to the household tap. Includes instructions for a variety of simple experiments.
  • Colour

    Neil Ardley, Jack Challoner

    Paperback (Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd, Sept. 10, 1998)
    This practical activity book on colour features tricks and puzzles, toys and models to make, and simple experiments using everyday items. Instructions are accompanied by photographs showing each stage of the project. Suggestions for trying out new ideas are also offered.
  • Air

    Brenda Walpole, Kuo Kang Chen, Peter Bull

    Paperback (Kingfisher Books, Dec. 31, 1987)
    An illustrated and detailed identification guide covering over 427 species, ranging from common residents to scarce passage migrants. Arranged by order and family, and colour coded tabs.
  • Science Fun With Toy Cars and Trucks

    Rose Wyler, Pat Ronson Stewart

    Paperback (Julian Messner, Sept. 1, 1988)
    Demonstrates scientific principles such as propulsion and inertia with easy activities using toys
  • Periodic Table-Laminated

    Inc. BarCharts

    Poster (QuickStudy, April 1, 1998)
    24" x 36" inch laminated poster taken from our advanced version of the periodic table. Colorful, graphically enhanced periodic table with nuevo colors and classy design is suitable for framing, or just as an excellent poster addition.
  • Earth & Space Science: Exploring the Universe - Student Workbook

    Gustave Loret de Mola

    Paperback (McGraw-Hill Education, Feb. 29, 2008)
    The Student Workbook activities help students develop a deeper understanding through study, practice, and review. Each activity is designed to help students to become better problem-solvers and critical thinkers. Key Concept Review Vocabulary Review Interpreting Diagrams Graphic Organizers Reading Comprehension Curriculum Connection Science Challenge
  • Biology: Exploring the Science of Life - Student Workbook

    Gustave Loret de Mola

    Paperback (McGraw-Hill Education, Oct. 15, 2007)
    Make science accessible to more students through visual, audio, and print functionality with the Biology: Exploring the Science of Life Student CD-ROM!