3 edition of Janice Vancleave"s Oceans for Every Kid (Janice VanCleave Science for Fun) found in the catalog.
October 1999 by Tandem Library .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Format||School & Library Binding|
|Number of Pages||245|
Up and Down: Learning about Water Waves. But fish like Salmon are fed wild fish further depleting ocean stock. Same Size. Hidden Figures. You'll also learn how to create a colorful 3-D drawing that seems to rise right off the page!
With unprecedented movement around the globe, foreign invaders are everywhere. There are organizations and governments taking measures to save ocean life, but these Roberts shows us just how dramatic the changes to sea life have been in the last century. Ever increasing fishing power is being applied to fewer and fewer fish. Every activity has been "child tested" and can be performed safely and cheaply in the classroom, at a science fair, or at home.
Bulge: Learning about Tides. Such efforts are usually opposed by the fishing industry which seems to always place short term profit ahead of long term viability. Activities in each book are grouped by concept, and organized by purpose, list of materials, step-by-step instructions, expected results, and a clear explanation. Hollis Crossman used to be a child. Some of the books include background text for clarification as well as questions with answers to encourage creative thinking. There are countless other examples.
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Love throughout the ages
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management of a commercial banks funds
History around you
Earth and beyond.
The Post Office
Aunt Dimitys death
However, if you want your kids to actually enjoy science, you'll like their emphasis on hands-on learning and exciting experiments. Make a model of a human cell that you can eat for dessert. Overfishing and destructive wasteful fishing methods combined with climate change and pollution have greatly reduced the abundance of marine life at a time when a rapidly growing world population needs these resources more than ever.
We can easily select experiments to go along with whatever topics we are studying because they are divided into categories: electricity, magnets, buoyancy, gravity, balance, flight, simple machines, inertia, motion, light, heat, and sound. He is a scientist but his writing is very accessible to the layman.
What's the Angle?. Today over species are farmed, predominately shellfish, which feed themselves.
This will exacerbate already expanding oxygen deprived deep water dead zones such as the one in the Gulf of Mexico caused by farmland fertilizer runoff carried by the Mississippi River.
On average, each book has experiments, so you aren't likely to run out quickly. He is also a naturalist and conservationist working to preserve the beauty and balance of the marine ecosystem as well as ensure it is a reliable source of food for an expanding world population.
Three-Dimensional Drawings. Why is the ocean salty? Use a bottle, pennies, a straw, and clay to demonstrate how submarines rise. As bad as the Deep Horizon oil rig disaster and other oil spills have been, two-thirds of oil entering the ocean comes from runoff from land.
The author is a former science teacher, however, so she knows what to present and how to present it. Up and Down: Learning about Water Waves.
Why do the different strings on a guitar have different sounds? Reverse Copy. Mostly his suggestions are common sense and not particularly new. Melting Arctic ice does more than threaten local species; it alters salinity which has the potential to affect ocean currents further disrupting ecosystems.Buy Janice VanCleave's Gooey, Slippery, Slimy, Weird & Fun Experiments by Janice Pratt VanCleave online at Alibris.
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