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Icky, Squishy Science
Icky Squishy Science
Author: Sandra Markle, Cecile Schoberle (Illustrator)
ISBN-13: 9780590115292
ISBN-10: 0590115294
Publication Date: 1997
Pages: 70
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic
Book Type: Unknown Binding
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reviewed Icky, Squishy Science on
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"Have you ever wondered why your breath smells bad or how far you can spit? Have you ever wanted to blow up marshmallows or catapult them across a room? Are you inquisitive enough to pet a worm but too queasy to eat one? You may be surprised what this book will get you to do in the name of science. Each experiment is clearly outlined and explained so that you'll not only know how to do soomething neat like shoot water without a squirt fun, but you'll know why it happens, too. So clear off your kitchen counter, gather a few sample materials, and get ready to roll up your sleeves, pinch your nose, and plunge into some of the slimiest science experiments around!"
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Great book to share with your kids! Has detailed directions for such kid-pleasing activities as: "You Can blow Up a Balloon with a Smashed Banana" and "Make Your Own Marshamallows". Would be a great resource for Home School or ideas for a Science Fair project!
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The kids will love this.