Science ExperimentsBook - 1998
Shine a light on science--you might discover some shocking facts, but one thing's for sure: the only thing that stinks are the odors you'll whip up in the section on scent! Here are more than 75 experiments that really test your sense of sight, touch, and smell. Use mirrors and lenses to watch light reflect, bounce, and bend. Create reflections and shadows, and make a rainbow, periscope, and electromagnet. Get the juices flowing by switching on the electricity--make some static with two balloons, and see what other materials you can get a charge out of. Choose some oozy, runny, sticky, stringy slimes to test--don't worry, they're disgusting looking but won't get you dirty! The experiments use things like sunscreen, cooking oil, and squishy foods. Take a whiff of some nice and nasty smells, and see which ones are stronger, which fade away, and which make you cry. And find out how you can even smell with your mouth. It's hands on, eyes on, nose on science! 96 pages (all in color), 6 3/4 x 11 1/2.
Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub., c1998
Characteristics: 96 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm
Alternative Title: Shocking, slimy, stinky, shiny science experiments