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Sparks, shocks, and secrets : explore electricity and use science to survive / Richard and Louise Spilsbury.

By: Spilsbury, Richard, 1963- [author.].
Contributor(s): Spilsbury, Louise [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Spilsbury, Richard, Science adventures: Description: 30 pages : color illstrations ; 28 cm.Subject(s): Survival -- Children's nonfiction | Electricity -- Children's nonfictionDDC classification: 613.69
Contents:
Sparks! -- Powering up -- Who's watching us? -- A spooky encounter -- Buzzing baddies -- Intruders in the dark -- Noises in the attic -- Shocks! -- Keeping secrets -- Safe at last? -- Quiz.
Summary: In this survival story our main characters must survive a series of potentially flammable situations. They use science to solve problems and settle debates on how best to survive tricky situations. Page spreads include suitable experiments that linked to the narrative. Predicting outcomes is the nature of science and in these books readers must think critically and are offered explanations of the scienctific principles at play. This is STEAM teaching in a great format. --Amazon.
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Junior Non Fiction Hāwera LibraryPlus
Children's
Children's Non Fiction 530 SCIENCE (Browse shelf) Available I2174670
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Includes index.

Sparks! -- Powering up -- Who's watching us? -- A spooky encounter -- Buzzing baddies -- Intruders in the dark -- Noises in the attic -- Shocks! -- Keeping secrets -- Safe at last? -- Quiz.

In this survival story our main characters must survive a series of potentially flammable situations. They use science to solve problems and settle debates on how best to survive tricky situations. Page spreads include suitable experiments that linked to the narrative. Predicting outcomes is the nature of science and in these books readers must think critically and are offered explanations of the scienctific principles at play. This is STEAM teaching in a great format. --Amazon.

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