First Science Fair SHOW Children How to Succeed
Added: (Wed Jan 23 2002)
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Science fairs are an annual school event in the spring. Yet few children in elementary schools are willing to participate. Why? They do not know how to do their first science fair.
Children under age 10 feel lost when they choose and start a project even with detailed instructions from school. Dr. Kathleen Kain, scientist and author, faced similar difficulties when her oldest child was in second grade. But the familys first science fair led to a prize for her son and a revolutionary science picture book that leads children and parents through their first science fair process in a fun and adventurous story.
First Science Fair The Science Spiders Experiment with Cupcakes tells the story of Pro, the main character, choosing and completing a science fair project. Along the way Pro learns how to find a project, define a hypothesis, choose variables to test, complete the experiment and take notes. The book with its colorful characters and true-life story fascinates children. Yet they learn about science fairs and experimenting in a natural, easy way.
To help children and their families with their first science fair, the publisher is offering the book at a special discount this spring. First Science Fair The Science Spiders Experiment with Cupcakes (ISBN 1-892221-03-9) can be obtained by sending $4 to cover shipping and handling to Ranch Works, PO Box 23565, Columbia, SC USA 29224. Alternatively, the offer is available online at www.ScienceSpiders.com or the book can be purchased through Amazon.com or your local bookstore.