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Science in a Bottle
Science in a Bottle
Author: Sandra Markle, June Otani (Illustrator)
Various science projects using plastic and glass bottles. Can you pick up a bottle without touching it? Can you make  fountain in a bottle? Can you raise a bottle full of sea monkeys? — Yes! You can do all this and more. Start by saving plastic and glass bottles. Then have fun doing the science tricks and activities in this book. Show your f...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780439137003
ISBN-10: 0439137004
Publication Date: 1999
Pages: 59
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3.4 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic
Book Type: Unknown Binding
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Great for kids
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Good, easy expirements with common household items.
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****Great easy experiments for kids!!
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This book provides 12 simple projects with bottles. The projects use bottles (coke bottles or empty food jars), straws, water, food dye, and clay. Most items you should have around the house. Most can be done in less than an hour. Most experiments use water and a few need carbonated soda. A couple projects include growing a plant or sea monkeys (brine shrimp) and require observations over a couple of days. This is basic science - with limited explaination of the science behind the projects. Kids are encouraged to observe different things and answer questions.
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You start by saving bottles then you can do the science tricks.


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