With more than 80 fun experiments, SUPER Science Experiments: Cool Creations is the ultimate lab book for creative kids!
This fact- and fun-filled book includes tons of simple, kid-tested science experiments,
many of which can be done with items from around the house, and require little to no supervision! That’s right—no adult help needed.
That means no grown-ups doing all the fun stuff while you watch. You can do lots of messy, cool, mind-blowing experiments
all by yourself! All the supplies you need are probably already in your home. No fancy gadgets or doohickeys needed!
Whether you're making soap slime, bouncing bubbles, or a portable air cannon, this book has something for everyone. Each experiment features safety precautions, materials needed, step-by-step instructions
with illustrations, fun facts, and further explorations.
With SUPER Science Experiments: Cool Creations, kid scientists
like you can:
- Shoot a water gun using Bernoulli’s principle
- Create square bubbles
- Make eggshell geodes and frost crystals
- Design colorful jewelry you made from milk
- Peek through a homemade periscope
- And complete many other SUPER science experiments!
At once engaging, encouraging, and inspiring, the SUPER Science Experiments series
provides budding scientists with go-to, hands-on guides for learning the fundamentals of science and exploring the fascinating world around them. Also in this series, check out: At Home, Build It, and Outdoor Fun.
There’s no better boredom-buster
than a science experiment. You will learn something and astound and amaze your friends and family. So, what are you waiting for? Get experimenting!
About the Author
Elizabeth Snoke Harris has been involved in science education for more than 20 years—in classrooms, research facilities, and museums. When she’s not working on science curriculum projects or leading STEM field trips at the local roller rink, she serves as web master for science education organizations. She is the author of several science experiment books, including 365 Weird & Wonderful Science Experiments. She lives in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her science blog can be found at seven-oaks.net.