Electrons (My First Science Textbook Book 3)
It’s never too early to start learning about science, and to offer an introduction to the physical world, children’s science writer Mary Wissinger melodiously brings the world of sub-atomic particles into the arena of children’s imagination. Ellie the electron charmingly displays her properties through the rhyme and rhythm of the simple text, while the charged particle dances into the reader’s vision with lively colors and engaging features. Both the writer and the illustrator delightfully describe the properties of this abstract electron at a level that will trigger children’s curiosity and familiarize them with terms that too often frighten older youth.
In this beginning magical primer, toddlers and kindergartners along with other youngsters are introduced to atoms, protons, uncertainty, static electricity, and the magically invisible movement of electrons to produce electricity. Let the kids ponder over the significance of charge and probability, or the enigma of forms such as waves or particles. There is a clear glossary to further explain the terms and a teacher’s guide is also available. This is the third book in the My First Science Textbook series, all of which merit becoming classic science beginner readers.
|Page Count||32 pages|
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