6 edition of Ideas and Investigation in Science found in the catalog.
Ideas and Investigation in Science
by Prentice Hall
Written in English
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Experiments with popcorn are a fun way to test a scientific theory with the added bonus of having some tasty food to eat afterwards. This experiment, as well as being great fun, is a chance for us to study something called ‘The Laws of Aerodynamics.’.Set up a pumpkin investigation tray the next time you carve a pumpkin!
Even if you don't carve pumpkins, this science tray is perfecter fall learning. Makes a great hands-on fall science activity too. We decided to carve up a big pumpkin this weekend after reading the book Pumpkin Jack.
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