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Explorabook: A Kid's Science Museum in a Book

4.5 of 5 stars 4.50  ·  rating details  ·  68 ratings  ·  7 reviews
A hands-on science museum squeezed between the covers of a book. Tons of experiments are featured and nearly all of them can be done right on the spot using the magnifying lens, magnet, agar and other bound-in apparatus.Comes With: plastic magnet wand, mirror, moire spinner, diffraction grating, Fresnel lens, 2 packets of agar growth medium Have fun
Spiral-bound, 100 pages
Published August 1st 1991 by Scholastic Inc. (first published January 1st 1948)
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Timmyb
I used to spend hours in the summer building tiny fires and killing ants with the Fresnel lens included in the book.
Toby
I had this as a kid and absolutely loved it. With the attached magnet, refractive lens, agar gel, and so on it gave me a chance to get hands on with some of the science talked about in the colourful book, and I would say that this book possibly founded my love of science. I wish there was something similar available for kids these days!
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Potential Problems: If you use items you need to re-order them.
Personal Response: I found it to be a VERY fun book, and I can’t wait to share it with my future children and do those fun activities with them.
Katsumi
This is the way science should be taught--FUN! It's a great interactive book that explains everyday "stuff" & complex science in an easy to understand and entertaining manner.
Richard (Rick)
Good science book with manipulatives (a page that is a mirror, an attached magnet, etc.) so kids can act out the experiments mentioned.
Sally
Really fun overview of different science principles. Sort of like a kid-friendly science museum in a book.
Margie
One of my favorite book fair buys as a kid. I think I'm going to purchase it for my classroom!
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