52 Activities to Help You and Your Child Discover the Wonders of Science
Introduce future engineers, inventors, naturalists, and artists to the physics and chemistry, biology and ecology that can be found in everyday play. Create chemical reactions, explore gravity and friction, transform states of matter, play with air pressure, and much more through 52 simple experiments that zip and zoom, fly and fizz, bubble and burst. Geek mom Lynn Brunelle has created an interactive guide perfect for both kids and their parents: the projects will engage children ages 4 to 8, and the informative lessons will help parents when asked the inevitable question, why?
Softcover, 144 pages. 5.5 x 7.5 inches.
Roost Books, 2016.
"Lynn Brunelle loves science of any size and the process of discovery. In Big Science for Little People she shows you how to tag along with kids (of all ages) as they experience a spectrum of science experiments from the tame tabletop to the explosive, messy sidewalk. Open this book to any page and geek out!" —Bill Nye, the Science Guy
About the Author:
Lynn Brunelle is a four-time Emmy Award–winning writer for the television series Bill Nye the Science Guy, with over twenty years of writing experience. A former classroom science, English, and art teacher for kids K–12, as well as an editor, illustrator, and award-winning, best-selling author of over forty titles, Brunelle has created, developed, and written projects for PBS, NPR, A&E, the Discovery Channel, National Geographic, Disney, and ABC. She is a regular presenter of science and art projects in classrooms and schools. She lives on an island off the coast of Washington.