Science Mom's Guide to Water, Part 2

Experiments with surface tension (Volume 2)

Children - Educational
46 Pages
Reviewed on 04/10/2018
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Science Mom's Guide to Water, Part 2 by Jenny Ballif is an educational and informative book that will teach children more about water and its properties in a fun and interactive way. Written using a lot of illustrations the book gives facts about water that will make young readers aware of the importance of water in our lives. The experiments, exercises, the question and answer session, the puzzles, and the writing will help young readers understand the properties of water, its uses, and scientific explanations in a way that is understandable. With less use of words and more use of illustrations and interactive exercises, the book helps youngsters explore water in a safe and smart way.

I found the book refreshing, original, and unique, and what a wonderful way to help children understand about water and its properties! It is an excellent book that can be used in classrooms to make teaching fun and interactive. Children should be exposed more to books like this so that they will find the process of learning science and other subjects interesting. Children need more books like this to teach them new concepts. Every exercise, puzzle, question, and the maze in the book helps them understand more about water. The exercises and experiments with surface tension are chalked out in a way to make youngsters think. It is a good book that can be used by parents at home to help their children develop an interest in reading, science, and interactive learning.