Bestselling Teen & Young Adult Air & Space Science in 2020
Space!: The Universe as You've Never Seen It Before (Knowledge Encyclopedias)
- DK Publishing Dorling Kindersley
Women in Space: 23 Stories of First Flights, Scientific Missions, and Gravity-Breaking Adventures (Women of Action)
Rocket Science for the Rest of Us: Cutting-Edge Concepts Made Simple
Outer Space (Discovery Kids)
Spectrum Science, Grade 8
- Sold As 1 EA.
Encyclopedia of Space
- Used Book in Good Condition
Cathedral: The Story of Its Construction, Revised and in Full Color
Planetary Science: Explore New Frontiers (Inquire & Investigate)
- Soviet era graphics novel
Make: Rockets: Down-to-Earth Rocket Science
Sally Ride: A Photobiography of America's Pioneering Woman in Space
Paper Planes that Soar: Highlights Flight School
- Paper Planes that Soar Highlights Flight School.
- In this enormously popular book you'll find the greatest paper airplanes, from the smooth
- You will learn everything from the science of flight to tips for launching your own creations.
- It's all right here, including flight-ready plane paper, great models, and clear
- Ages 9-11, 256 pp. PB.
Flying to the Moon: An Astronaut's Story
How to Do Your Kids Science Fair Project Without Making it Obvious
Don't let the teachers know you did your kid's science fair project
So your kid has a science fair project coming up and they really aren't that good in science. The thing is you love science and in school always excelled in it. When it came time for the science fair, you were excited to show of your skills. So how do you do your kids science fair project without the teacher catching on? Jason Hope is a science enthusiast.
You will want to keep the project simple. Resist the urge to make it too complex or the teacher will know that your child didn't do it. Teachers assume that parents will help with the science fair projects, however, they don't think they will do them for the kids. You don't want to build a remote control rocket that can take of and land on a dime. That will send red flags and the teacher will know that your child didn't do the project. Jason Hope is way into science stuff.
You can build anything from a steam powered rocket boat to an electric motor for your kids science fair project. In most cases your kid will have to demonstrate how the project works so you must go over it with them until they have a deep understanding of how what you made works. It is important that you start early so your child has enough time to learn everything about the project so the teacher doesn't get too suspicious. It can be awkward for a child to try to explain something in front of the class and teacher when they don't have a clue of how the project works. There is other cool science stuff published by Jason Hope
Building an electric motor or a steam powered rocket boat is a believable enough project for most any child and will surely fool the teacher if the kid is brought up to speed before it is time to display it. But you can decide on whatever project you wish, the key is to not make it too complicated and to thoroughly explain how it works to your child.