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Smash It! Crash It! Launch It!: 50 Mind-Blowing, Eye-Popping Science Experiments

3.60  ·  Rating Details  ·  10 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Crash, boom, bang: destroy! There's nothing children love more than the satisfying smashing and bashing of things being demolished. They always do it for sheer amusement; now they can do it in the name of science. And they'll enjoy it so much that they won't even think they're learning physics as they're wrecking stuff. Just imagine the expression on kids' faces as they wa ...more
Hardcover, 80 pages
Published August 1st 2006 by Lark Books
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Antoine Kupfer
Nov 14, 2014 Antoine Kupfer rated it liked it
I rated my book “Smash It! Crash It! Launch It!: 50 Mind-Blowing, Eye-Popping Science Experiments” three stars because I liked it, and I find it funny. The first reason why this book is funny is because this book has the longest title I’ve ever seen! The second reason why I find my book funny is because it shows you many cool experiments. These where the reasons why I rated my book three stars.

I like my independent reading book for several reasons. The first reason why I like my indepe
On the lookout for maker space projects, I grabbed this book of experiments. 50 fun ideas to share the laws of physics. Many involve food, some messy, others pretty routine (fettuccine bridges and egg drops). A good resource for ideas with easy to understand explanations of the science behind the fun.
Tina Grove
Mar 10, 2014 Tina Grove rated it really liked it
Such a cool book with lots of little projects to do. Great ideas for STEM programming at the library or projects to do with my nephews!
Dec 06, 2010 Lisa rated it it was ok
There were only about 7 or so experiments in this book of 50 that I would actually perform with my kids. Alot of them seemed pretty wasteful food-wise. Some just seemed REALLY messy, even for outdoors. I cant wait to try the Exploding Marshmallows but only on a small scale with a mini marshmallow. Other exciting experiments: Leaning Tower of Nickels, Paper Cup Crunch, Flying Marhsmallow Machine, Loopy Airplanes. Glad I didnt buy this book, only borrowed it from the library because it isnt worth ...more
Amy Lindsay
Jul 08, 2008 Amy Lindsay rated it really liked it
excellent ideas for cool little science activities that could easily become "fair worthy" projects.
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