Friday, October 28, 2016
Outdoor Science Lab for Kids By Liz Lee Heinecke Blog Tour
Learn physics, chemistry and biology in your own backyard!
At-home science provides an environment for freedom, creativity and invention that is not always possible in a school setting. In your own backyard, it's simple, inexpensive, and fun to whip up a number of amazing science experiments using the great outdoors. Science can be found all around in nature. Outdoor Science Lab for Kids offers 52 fun science activities for families to do together.
The experiments can be used as individual projects, for parties, or as educational activities for groups. Outdoor Science Lab for Kids will tempt families to learn about physics, chemistry and biology in their backyards. Learn scientific survival skills and even take some experiments to the playground! Many of the experiments are safe enough for toddlers and exciting enough for older kids, so families can discover the joy of science together.
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Liz Heinecke has loved science since she was old enough to inspect her first butterfly. Now she's on a mission to make it safe, fun and easy for kids of all ages to play with science.
After working in molecular biology research for ten years and getting her master’s degree, Liz left the lab to kick off a new chapter in her life as a stay-at-home mom. Soon she found herself sharing her love of science with her three kids as they grew, journaling their science adventures on her KitchenPantryScientist website.
Her desire to spread her enthusiasm for science to others soon led to regular TV appearances, the creation of the KidScienceapp iPhone app, and her two books, Kitchen Science Lab for Kids and Outdoor Science Lab for Kids.
You can find her at home in Minnesota, wrangling her kids, writing, singing, playing banjo, painting, running, and doing almost anything else to avoid housework.
I recevied a complimentary copy.
Cassandra's Review- The ideas are great but for most kids in diffrent areas some of these projects will not be able to work well. It was a very interesting book and would be great for homeschool science projects.
Posted by Cassandra McCann