Introducing another FANTASTIC resource for caregivers of young children! We have co authored a wonderful book packed with playful science and math activities – 40 to be specific.
Fizz, Pop, Bang! Playful Science and Math Activities
- Fizz, Pop, Bang! is designed to bring hands-on fun and enjoyment to math and science.
- It is packed with strong learning opportunities in math and science, shared through ideas that incorporate art, play, sensory learning and discovery, for a whole-brain approach.
- It is suitable for school, home school, summer camps or fun weekend projects.
- Amazing resource for any mom/caregiver looking to engage his/her child in everyday science.
- Inspiring ideas, but really practical and everything all in one place
- Great photos, step-by-step guides, all things you can easily try at home
- 40 ideas for children aged 3 to 8, with twenty printable resources (inc. math and science graphing and recording sheets, magnet maze, monster match and sort game, print and build 3D solid blocks, rocket math game, tracing shapes, fact family dominoes, catch and count fish game, and engineering challenge cards) and with additional links to over 80 more activities
– $7.99 for two weeks only, then $9.99, so buy now!!
Here are some more sneak peeks into the book.
The book has a fantastic tutorial for making a periscope. Yep! really!
Almost all of the science experiments presented here are FULL of color. Any activity involving color is a sure fire way to engage a kid, right?
The book has fabulous science lessons like this one here – a magic balloon that does NOT POP? A simple science lesson on stress and strain presented with a fun experiment.
How about a wonderful collection of kitchen science experiments to engage even your most “can’t sit-still-for-a-lesson-kid”
If you decide to buy, here is where you do it!
You can buy this e-book in your native currency and Paypal will handle the conversion for you.
You can buy it now, on any device, and then download it when you are ready. Depending on the apps you have installed and your operating system you might be able to go ahead and download the book on your mobile device. But if you have any doubts or problems, I recommend you use a computer to download the book and then share it to your mobile devices.”
All of our Science Experiments here on our category page