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Machines: Mind-Boggling Experiments You Can Turn Into Science Fair Projects

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What is a first-class lever and the advantage in using one? How does a windmill work? Are human beings machines? Children will learn the answers to these questions and more by conducting safe experiments using materials found in the home. A fun-filled and educational way to explore science including ideas for further experimentation and hints on turning experiments into sc ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published March 3rd 1993 by Wiley (first published February 17th 1993)
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Janice VanCleave is everybody’s favorite science teacher! With sales of more than 2 million copies, her books show just how fun and exciting science can be. They’re brimming with cool projects and experiments that use inexpensive household materials — and help turn ordinary young people into enthusiastic junior scientists.

A former school teacher, Janice VanCleave taught science in public schools,
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