Intriguing, abundantly illustrated collection of 40 experiments to attract and stimulate young minds. Subjects range from electricity and magnetism to weather, water, distance and time. Among the projects: flight testing homemade rocket balloons and tracking electricity around the house.
Clearly illustrated, well-written text invites youngsters to perform experiments dealing with chemistry, astronomy, magnetism and electricity, weather, water, the body, sound and light, measurement and more. Young scientists are encouraged to find answers to such questions as "Why Can't We See Stars in the Daytime?" "How Large Can You Make Soap Bubbles?" "How Can We See Sound Vibrations?" and much more.