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The Resource Science fair projects : the environment, Bob Bonnet & Dan Keen ; illustrated by Frances Zweifel

Science fair projects : the environment, Bob Bonnet & Dan Keen ; illustrated by Frances Zweifel

Label
Science fair projects : the environment
Title
Science fair projects
Title remainder
the environment
Statement of responsibility
Bob Bonnet & Dan Keen ; illustrated by Frances Zweifel
Title variation
Chemistry
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Designed for the young student, this book investigates scientific principles by presenting 60 fun projects that introduce experiments
Summary
Presents projects and experiments covering chemical principles in sciences such as geology, electronics, environmental science, and health, with dozens of ideas for science fair chemistry projects
http://library.link/vocab/ext/novelist/bookUI
183377
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
507.8
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
Q182.3
LC item number
.B674 1995
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/ext/novelist/minGradeLevel
  • 4
  • 6
http://library.link/vocab/resourcePreferred
True
Target audience
juvenile
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/titleRemainder
chemistry
Label
Science fair projects : the environment, Bob Bonnet & Dan Keen ; illustrated by Frances Zweifel
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Nowhere to be seen: Finding evidence of animal presence -- Fruit for thought: Using senses to recognize fruits -- The great soup race: Comparing how long soaps last -- People migration: Determining traffic patterns -- Order out of chaos: How to classify things -- Home comfortable home: Temperature in your home environment -- Nuked beans: The effect of microwaves on seeds -- Fade out: How sunlight affects color -- Blowing in the wind: Comparing evaporation indoors and out -- Shake, rattle, & germinate: Breaking down seed coats -- You bug me: Attracting insects to sweetened liquids -- Just a drink of water: Moisture needed to germinate seeds -- Banana cooker: Ripening fruit by heat and light -- Night sky: A matter of seeing stars -- Backyard forecaster: Predicting weather by wind direction -- Tunnellers: The digging habits of ants -- Clip in a bottle: Comparing force fields -- Early risers: Animal sounds, day and night -- Cool smells: The effect of temperature on odors -- Boxed-in: A characteristic of recycled cardboard -- Rock collection, city-style: Grouping rocks by their characteristics -- Are all cans created equal? Comparing soda containers -- A better batter? Why some foods lose heat -- Tamper check: Consumer safety awareness -- Dyeing to stain: Coloring with natural dyes -- Splish-splash it out! Understanding soil erosion -- Wear, where? Finding evidence of friction -- Dried out: Surface area and evaporation -- Color me hot: Changing solar heating with color
  • Rainbow fruit: Decorating with food -- Lending library: Recycling and extending the life of toys -- Fizz mystery: The secret that is soda -- Leftover salt: Collecting salt from ocean waters -- Freeze or don't: Preserving with cold -- Garbage helpers: Decomposition by tiny animals -- Smart sprouts: Vegetables that start growing by themselves -- Tea tampering: Changing the pH of tea -- Rock and roll-over: Looking at life under rocks -- Tattooed travellers: Finding out where insects live -- Salt-free: Water purification at home -- Trees with raincoats: Proving that tree leaves are waterproof -- Still polluted!: Discovering invisible pollution -- Smell pollution: When unwanted odors stay in the air -- Plant straws: These roots are made for drinking -- Running hot and cold: Testing air and soil as insulators -- Hole in the soil: Comparing ground temperatures under trees -- Screened insects: Collecting and identifying neighborhood insects -- Get a grip: Comparing the wraps that keep food fresh -- A swale day: Earth's grassy armor -- Mud huts: How to make a heat-retaining adobe brick -- A hot lunch: Pets choose between heated or cooled foods -- Trapped rays: Plastic food-wrap as an insulator -- Trees, please: Wind protection for your home -- "Cheeper" food: Do birds prefer poppunpoppednpoped corn? -- Rime or reason: Making water vapor visible -- Moisture, moisture, everywhere: Testing humidity indoors and out -- Updraft: Temperature and water convection -- Bag recycling: Uses for brown paper grocery bags -- Who's rapping, tapping? : Determining sound direction -- Star big, star bright: Sizing up our sun
Control code
ocm31754498
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
95 pages
Isbn
9780806905426
Lccn
94046331
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)31754498
Label
Science fair projects : the environment, Bob Bonnet & Dan Keen ; illustrated by Frances Zweifel
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Nowhere to be seen: Finding evidence of animal presence -- Fruit for thought: Using senses to recognize fruits -- The great soup race: Comparing how long soaps last -- People migration: Determining traffic patterns -- Order out of chaos: How to classify things -- Home comfortable home: Temperature in your home environment -- Nuked beans: The effect of microwaves on seeds -- Fade out: How sunlight affects color -- Blowing in the wind: Comparing evaporation indoors and out -- Shake, rattle, & germinate: Breaking down seed coats -- You bug me: Attracting insects to sweetened liquids -- Just a drink of water: Moisture needed to germinate seeds -- Banana cooker: Ripening fruit by heat and light -- Night sky: A matter of seeing stars -- Backyard forecaster: Predicting weather by wind direction -- Tunnellers: The digging habits of ants -- Clip in a bottle: Comparing force fields -- Early risers: Animal sounds, day and night -- Cool smells: The effect of temperature on odors -- Boxed-in: A characteristic of recycled cardboard -- Rock collection, city-style: Grouping rocks by their characteristics -- Are all cans created equal? Comparing soda containers -- A better batter? Why some foods lose heat -- Tamper check: Consumer safety awareness -- Dyeing to stain: Coloring with natural dyes -- Splish-splash it out! Understanding soil erosion -- Wear, where? Finding evidence of friction -- Dried out: Surface area and evaporation -- Color me hot: Changing solar heating with color
  • Rainbow fruit: Decorating with food -- Lending library: Recycling and extending the life of toys -- Fizz mystery: The secret that is soda -- Leftover salt: Collecting salt from ocean waters -- Freeze or don't: Preserving with cold -- Garbage helpers: Decomposition by tiny animals -- Smart sprouts: Vegetables that start growing by themselves -- Tea tampering: Changing the pH of tea -- Rock and roll-over: Looking at life under rocks -- Tattooed travellers: Finding out where insects live -- Salt-free: Water purification at home -- Trees with raincoats: Proving that tree leaves are waterproof -- Still polluted!: Discovering invisible pollution -- Smell pollution: When unwanted odors stay in the air -- Plant straws: These roots are made for drinking -- Running hot and cold: Testing air and soil as insulators -- Hole in the soil: Comparing ground temperatures under trees -- Screened insects: Collecting and identifying neighborhood insects -- Get a grip: Comparing the wraps that keep food fresh -- A swale day: Earth's grassy armor -- Mud huts: How to make a heat-retaining adobe brick -- A hot lunch: Pets choose between heated or cooled foods -- Trapped rays: Plastic food-wrap as an insulator -- Trees, please: Wind protection for your home -- "Cheeper" food: Do birds prefer poppunpoppednpoped corn? -- Rime or reason: Making water vapor visible -- Moisture, moisture, everywhere: Testing humidity indoors and out -- Updraft: Temperature and water convection -- Bag recycling: Uses for brown paper grocery bags -- Who's rapping, tapping? : Determining sound direction -- Star big, star bright: Sizing up our sun
Control code
ocm31754498
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
95 pages
Isbn
9780806905426
Lccn
94046331
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)31754498

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