Stay Curious with Your Child - Science Exploration
“When you’re curious, you find lots of interesting things to do.”
Sink or float? Get creative in exploring the concept of density and find out!
You’ll need: :
- Tall container
- Cooking Oil
- Food colouring (optional)
- Random objects from around the house
Try this out and tag us at @publiclibrarysg with #librarysg 😀
Source: Sink or Float Density Tower Science Experiments for Kids!!!(13 September 2019)
Be curious! Read these eBooks for more fun experiments to make science come alive at home.
Snackable Science Experiments (60 Edible Tests to Try and Taste)Emma Vanstone
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
Each experiment uses edible ingredients to reveal the properties of the foods we eat every day. Using the acid in vinegar to dissolve egg shells, baking soda to make The Best Fizzy Lemonade or boiling water to make Ice Cubes in a Flash, each project helps you understand the how and why of the world around you. With 60 unique scientific projects, Snackable Science Experiments will entertain and amaze for hours on end!Borrow the eBook with the app 📱 or online 💻.
30-Minute Chemistry ProjectsAnna Leigh
Call Number: J540.78 LEI
Publisher: Lerner Publishing Group
Did you know that you can make plastic, snow, and even a lava lamp in less than 30 minutes? Clear, step-by-step instructions guide readers through the exciting science projects, and Science Takeaway sidebars explain the chemistry behind these cool creations.Borrow the eBook with the app 📱 or online 💻.
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Tip for parents:
Encourage scientific thinking in your child by exploring and finding answers together when your child asks you questions. Don’t jump in with the right answers immediately. Prompt questions and give your child some time to think and experiment.
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