|Science Fair Projects
With Electricity & Electronics by Bob Bonnet, Dan Keen ENGLISH : Rs.85
Students will impress teachers, classmates, and science
fair judges with more than 40 fantastic projects that explore electromagnetic
forces, static electricity, current flow, motors, resistance and capacitance,
generating electricity, solid state electronics, and radio frequency energy.
Designed with safety in mind, most of the projects can be completed with
stuff around the house or easily found at your local electronics store.
Be sure to test yourself with the What If questions following each project,
and explore all kind of variations. Then watch the tight bulb turn on-in
|100 Amazing Make-it-yourself
Science Fair Projects by Glen Vecchione ENGLISH : Rs.140 ISBN: 9788172451202
Science is a very interesting subject when explained
through easy but exciting ways. The book 100 Amazing Make-it-yourself Science
Fair Projects is such a book as explains even the toughest principles of
science in a fun way through simple and reader-friendly language. Every
project in the book is exciting and requires readily available everyday
materials. Detailed instructions and simple diagrams make the learning
|Simple Nature Experiments
With Everyday Materials by Anthony D. Fredericks ENGLISH : Rs.70
Have fun exploring nature's secrets with dozens of great
experiments and activities on: • Soil and rocks-make your own bricks, and
grow a crystal garden. • Water -create an ocean in a soda bottle, and see
if water in a nearby stream is polluted. . • Plants - sprout your own seeds,
and find out how a plant carries water and nutrients to all its parts.
• Animals - preserve a spider web, and make a bird feeder to attract feathered
friends. • Ecosystems - create a woodland environment right in your home,
and find out what biodegradable means. • Conservationism- find out how
much air pollution is around your house, and see why acid rain is a serious
problem. With plenty of did-you-know facts, illustrations; and creative
projects, you’ll have a great time discovering amazing things about nature!
|Simple Space &
Flight Experiments With Everyday Materials by Louis V. Loeschnig ENGLISH
: Rs.70 ISBN: 9788172451516
Did you ever wonder how an airplane stays up in the sky,
or how a rocket ship works? Find out! Using just everyday objects like
card-board, thumbtacks, scissors, and a ruler, you can do simple, fun experiments
that show the science behind aviation. • It's a breeze to find out how
air currents affect planes. • Make Whirlybirds and Twirly-Whirlies, to
see how helicopter rotors operate. • You're not just spooling around when
you test the power of centrifugal force-with the help of an empty spool!
• It's hot news! If you've got a balloon, you can measure air as it warms
up. (You'll want a grown-up to help you with this one.) • Go Flap-Happy
with super model airplanes that turn on your command. And while you're
having a great time, you're effortlessly gaining a real understanding of
important ideas like Newton's law of gravity.
|Simple Science Experiments
With Everyday Materials by Muriel Mandell ENGLISH : Rs.75 ISBN:
Here are nearly 100 great experiments that show you how
to: make invisible ink - turn a straw into a trombone – squeeze an egg
into bottle - launch a rocket with a lemon –blow a super bubble – and lots,
lots more. You don’t need a lot of equipment’s – just ordinary stuff around
your house. It’s a whole new world of magic & mystery!
|Simple Kitchen Experiments
: Learning Science With Everyday Foods by Muriel Mandell ENGLISH : Rs.70
Find out why you're actually a chemist when you cook
these incredibly fun and edible experiments. • Prepare some cookies and
learn what effects that weather has on baking. • Dry grapes and make juicy
raisins. • Get more juice out of a lemon than you ever did before. • Preserve
a pear by turning it into sweet and tasty jam or jelly. And do dozens more
deliciously delightful investigations into the world of science and food.
Step-by-step instructions and whimsical, helpful illustrations guide you
through dozens of entertaining experiments.
|100 First Prize Make-it-yourself
Science Fair Projects by Glen Vecchione ENGLISH : Rs.140 ISBN: 9788172451974
This book '100 First Prize Make-It-Yourself Science Fair
Projects' will teach you to create exciting science fair projects in a
step-by-step manner. Collected into eight chapters, each project briefly
examines a scientific topic. Our results and explanations will help you
understand what your project demonstrates and how this information can
answer broader questions about science.
|Science Fair Projects
: Physics by Bob Bonnet, Dan Keen ENGLISH : Rs.75 ISBN: 9788172452025
Physics affects our daily lives. Its principles are at
work when we ride a bicycle, wear a pair of glasses, play a computer game,
operate a vacuum cleaner, play a music CD or call a friend on the telephone.
Physics is at work all around us all the time. This book explores projects
in the field of physics. For each project you're given a material list,
hypotheses, procedure, and suggestions for different ideas to try. Experiments
are fun, and sharing what you've learned with others is even better!
|100 Science Experiments
With Paper by Steven W. Moje ENGLISH : Rs.75 ISBN: 9788172452032
From paper bags to cardboard boxes, from crinkly crepe
to thin tissue- pick any kind of paper and write your ticket to science
fun! Just add some easy-to-find materials link ping-pong balls and combs,
and create a weather vane to learn about air, a paper bridge and birds
to demonstrate balance, and a spinning spiral snake to show the power of
heat. Go up, up, and away with index-card helicopters. Make a bang with
a paper popper. Cause static cling with a tissue-paper doll. Other experiments
work with chemistry, light, motion, math, and water. It's the perfect combination
of science and play - 100 times over!
|Science Fair Projects
: Chemistry by Bob Bonnet, Dan Keen ENGLISH : Rs.75 ISBN: 9788172452087
WIN at the next science fair with anyone of more than
40 terrific projects. They'll show that chemistry is a part of our lives
and all around us. See if: • You can control the thickness of pancakes
• Other things besides light and heat are given off by a burning candle
• It's possible to tell the difference between artificially flavoured lemonade
and water with a fresh-squeezed lemon in it • Certain items will rust faster-or
more----in water than others You'll learn a lot, which will make your parents
and teachers happy (and you'll have so much fun working on these projects!).
In Electricity & Magnetism by Michael Dispezio ENGLISH : Rs.90
? See invisible magnetic fields. ? Test out a kitchen
magnet and watch what it attracts. ? Find the strongest part of a magnet.
? Paste things together with static glue. ? Make your TV screen snap, crackle,
and pop. ? Transmit Morse code-with a station you build yourself! Almost
all the materials are easy to find in the house or inexpensive to buy-plus
the experiments are all safe to do. It's shocking science at its best!
In Light & Sound by Michael Dispezio ENGLISH : Rs.95 ISBN: 9788172452506
Using easy-to-find materials you probably already have
in the house, including a boom box, toilet paper tubes, rubber bands, drinking
straws, paper cups, soft drink bottles, a flashlight, and small mirrors,
you can perform dozens of awesome experiments. Along the way, you'll: •
Find out how to separate a ray of light • Build a ray maker, a kaleidoscope,
and a periscope • Make your own musical instrument and a water glass sing
• Speak in a space voice And much more! Whether you want to satisfy your
curiosity, be the star of the next science fair, or just have fun, these
incredible investigations will change the way you look at and listen to
the world around you!
In Force & Motion by Michael Dispezio ENGLISH : Rs.95 ISBN:
• Demonstrate inertia with a card shot trick. • Use a
cardboard rocket ship to find the centre of gravity. • Make your own great
salt lake to display buoyancy. • Show the push and pull of air currents
with a water tower. • Create motion madness with balloon cars. Ordinary,
easy-to-find materials are all you need to get moving on these fun-filled
|Science Fair Projects
: Energy by Bob Bonnet, Dan Keen ENGLISH : Rs.75 ISBN: 9788172452919
Our home planet, Earth, is full of energy. In fact, there's
more energy here than anything else. Energy is everywhere! Look around,
and you can find a dozen kinds without even taking a step: Solar. Heat.
Light. Fluid. Sound. Pressure. Electrical. Chemical. Mechanical. Magnetic.
Electromagnetic. Gravity and many more. What better place to look for a
science fair project than in a demonstration of energy? Here are projects
designed to be around-you science, things you turn into a science fair
project right where you are: • What types of energy are released during
a storm? • How does energy change from one form to another? • How does
your home lose energy, and what can you do to prevent it? • What can a
simple plastic band teach you about potential energy? • If you wanted to
put up a windmill, which spot near your home would catch the strongest
breezes? • How does microwave energy cook food? You'll find complete, simple,
illustrated instructions for over 50 great experiments that deal with steam,
storms, fossil fuels, how your body turns food into energy, trees as air
conditioners, taking radio energy out of the air, and much more. The greatest
form of energy of all is-your curiosity!
|Amazing Science Experiments
With Everyday Materials by E. Richard Churchill ENGLISH : Rs.80
It's science that's fun, and fun that's science! You
get over 60 easy-to-do science experiments that surprise, astound, startle,
and bewilder-and can be performed with materials from around your house.
And best of all, you learn why each experiment works while you're having
a great time!
|44 Challenging Physics
Projects by Atul Thakur, Preeti Thakur ENGLISH : Rs.90 ISBN: 9788172454173
Before children can understand a concept, they need to
experience by seeing, touching, hearing, tasting, smelling, choosing, arranging,
by putting things together and by taking things apart. Many students benefit
from learning about the intricacies of science by following a ‘practical’
approach. This kind of approach seeks to promote learning by allowing the
students to discover and experiment with science. Learning by experimenting
involves a careful design of activities that allows students to have meaningful,
relevant learning experiences that they will then be able to use in the
future. It is the best way to learn and understand any science subject.
Physics is an experimental science and students will be able to understand
the subject only by performing “hands-on” experiments. Construction of
various projects is presented in this book in a manner that a science student
of ‘intermediate’ level can easily understand. Each and every project has
been specified with the required components, circuit diagram, working and
necessary explanations. This book will be helpful to all those students
who are keen to participate in various science exhibitions and display
their models. For all the beginners, this book will be of great help as
it provides all the information in a very simple, easy and scientific way.
While constructing these projects concerning electricity and electronics,
it is advisable to do them under the supervision of a teacher or an able
Fair Projects (100 Sure-to-win Experiments) by Sudipta Bardhan Quallen
ENGLISH : Rs.140 ISBN: 9788172454289
Why are oil spills harmful to wildlife? How is electricity
generated? Science isn't just a subject you learn at school?it's a part
of your life every day. Curiosity about the world around you is the starting
point for each of these super science fair projects. Using everyday supplies,
you can perform awesome experiments that answer questions about science.
You will also learn how to create an A+ report based on your results. Your
project is sure to win you high marks at the next science fair!
|Smart Science Tricks
by Martin Gardner ENGLISH : Rs.90 ISBN: 9788172454296
Baffle everyone with your astonishing scientific powers.
You have the ability to make some amazing things happen! Did you know that
you can turn one half of a flower blue and the other red? Lift an ice cube
out of a glass with a piece of string? And even push pins into a balloon
without bursting it? It's true! All you'll need are a few supplies you
probably already have on hand to perform these amazing tricks, illusions
and experiments. More fun than magic, each one relies on the remarkable
forces of science and nature. From the wonders of gravity to the principles
of friction, you will be astonished at what you learn.
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