Science Magic Tricks for Kids: 50 Amazing Experiments That Explode, Change Color, Glow, and More! by Gendreau, Kathy

Science Magic Tricks for Kids: 50 Amazing Experiments That Explode, Change Color, Glow, and More!

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Is it magic? Or is it science? Amaze family and friends with these 50 science experiments designed to work as magic tricks!

Make a flame jump from candle to candle, create a cloud in a bottle, and keep water from pouring out of an upside-down container in this exciting science book for kids! Young magicians will thrill to these age-appropriate tricks--and gain confidence in their scientific knowledge and abilities at the same time.

Science Magic Tricks for Kids features:

  • 50 magic tricks based on science for kids ages 8-12 using common household materials
  • A new way of learning science, with clear explanations of the scientific principles behind the magic
  • Easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions and a helpful photo for every trick
  • Detailed directions for putting on a spectacular magic show
  • "Ask the Audience" questions that help kids involve their audience (and learn the science before the performance)
  • "Run with It!" sections that suggest ways to try each trick with different materials and instructions: How will the results of the trick change?

Written by the owner and founder of STEAMboat Studio, a children's education center dedicated to bringing fun, hands-on, STEAM-focused learning experiences to students of all ages, Science Magic Tricks for Kids is the perfect science book for budding scientists and magicians.

Author: Kathy Gendreau
Publisher: Z Kids
Published: 10/31/2023
Pages: 160
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.80lbs
Size: 8.60h x 7.20w x 0.70d
ISBN: 9780593690253
Audience: Ages 9-12

About the Author
Kathy Gendreau is the owner and founder of STEAMboat Studio, a children's education center in Maple Valley, Washington, dedicated to bringing fun, hands-on, STEAM-focused learning experiences to students of all ages. Since founding STEAMboat Studio in 2014, Kathy and her team have created and delivered art, science, engineering, and technology programs to thousands of children through in-person classes, videos, online lessons, assemblies, school and community events, and classroom curricula.