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From the Exploratorium's famed Teacher Institute comes a unique, hands-on activity book that provides instructions for creating junior versions, or "snacks," of many of the museum's amazing exhibits. Designed by science teachers, these snacks can be used as classroom demonstrations, labs, science projects, or just for fun. All of the projects are easy to build with common materials.

This new edition includes updated activities plus several new snacks, illustrations, references, tips from teachers, and correlations to national science standards.

Using The Exploratorium Science Snackbook as your guide, you can construct an anti-gravity mirror, create electrical "fleas," duck into a kaleidoscope, or build a bicycle wheel gyro. Discover how to create exhibits that explore the mysteries of energy and matter, light and color, force and motion, vision and perception, sound and hearing.

You can browse through some of the science projects found in The Exploratorium Science Snackbook here.

Exploratorium Science Snackbook

Construct an anti-gravity mirror, create electrical "fleas," or build a bicycle-wheel gyro using this hands-on activity book. The Exploratorium Science Snackbook is filled with instructions for junior versions, aka snacks, of many of our museum's favorite exhibits. Designed by the Exploratorium's Teacher Institute science teachers, and using easily found materials, these snacks are perfect as science projects or just for fun. This updated edition of the 1991 original includes updated activities, a section on sound, references, tips from teachers, and correlations to national science standards. Softbound, 309 pages.

$ 29.95

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