Experiments for Kids
Experimente für Kinder
ContentChildren have lots of questions about the natural phenomenon that surround them every day and want to know more. The best way to deepen their understanding is through hands-on experiments they can carry out themselves. Organized by topic, this book guides budding scientists through numerous fun, simple experiments that encourage them to observe and describe what happens with water and ice; air; light and color; plants; hearing and music; warmth and temperature; force and motion; and magnetism.
The IllustratorSilke Voigt was born in Halle an der Saale, Germany in 1971. She earned her degree in graphic design in 1996, and has worked as a freelance graphic artist and illustrator for a variety of publishers of non-fiction, children's books and textbooks ever since. For the author and illustrator, books are a significant and essential element of culture, because they challenge people's fantasy.
Rights SoldDutch (worldwide), Romanian (worldwide), Russian (worldwide)
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