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Amazing Cardboard Tube Science
Amazing Cardboard Tube Science
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Reviewed Titles Capstone Interactive
Edge Books

Amazing Cardboard Tube Science

Why throw old cardboard tubes in the reycling when you can reuse them yourself? These fun and informative science experiments and projects will keep readers entertained as they learn about scientific principles.

 
Dewey745.5
GenreInformational
  
Reading LevelGrades 3-4
Interest LevelGrades 3-9
Lexile Level840L
  
Text TypeInformational Text
  
ISBN978-1-5157-0868-1
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandEdge Books
Copyright2017
  
Page Count32
LanguagesEnglish
Capstone Interactive eBook
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School Library Journal - Paula Wiley, Baltimore County Public Library, Towson

"The projects in these books are at least as much science experiments as they are craft activities. Whether readers are learning about circuits by making their own flashlight out of office supplies and household items or making a mess with a vinegar rocket, they’re getting a quick lesson on Newton’s third law of motion or the movement of charged particles. Most of these projects are easily accomplished, requiring only a few easily sourced materials. . . .Written instructions are clear, and photographs of the project at various stages of construction are very helpful. . . .Great page design and cool projects combine to make this series a winner." - School Library Journal

November 1, 2016

Jodi Lyn Wheeler-Toppen

Jodi Lyn Wheeler-Toppen

Jodi Wheeler-Toppen is the author of more than 10 books for children and teachers. She holds a PhD in science education from the University of Georgia. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with her family. When she's not doing science with children or teachers, she's trying to build a whatcha-ma-jigaroo out of spare parts. It will surely be a remarkable device (if she can ever get it to work)!

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