The Big Bang Book
Toys and Games to MakeBook - 2001
There is no better way than to learn than by doing, and the best way to teach kids science principles is to give them lots of everyday objects and a big batch of creative projects teaching those principles.Based on The Big Bang, an ultra-popular British television series that makes science fun, the book shows step-by-step how to create amazing toys and games from everyday objects found around the home, while simultaneously providing an introduction to propulsion, sound and light travel, and water displacement for example. From a Unicycle Skeleton to an Alien Abduction game and Tiddlywink Battleships, each project features specially commissioned step-by-step photographs and easy-to-follow instructions so children can work alone.Stunningly designed and bursting with color and inspiration, this book is full of fantastic ideas that make science both easy to understand and amazingly fun.
Publisher: London : Carlton, 2001
Branch Call Number: J 745.5 PIT
Characteristics: 63 p. :,col. ill. ;,25 cm