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Featured Books

It's Still Debatable! : using socioscientific issues to develop scientific literacy

It's Still Debatable encourages scientific literacy by showing you how to teach the content and thinking skills K 5 students need to explore real-world questions like these: Is football too dangerous for kids? Do we need zoos? Should distracted walking be illegal? This book uses debatable, science-related societal questions, or socioscientific issues, to address science content, help children learn to apply the content, and encourage them to become informed citizens.

Uncovering Student Ideas in Earth and Environmental Science

If you're new to formative assessment probes, you'll love the latest book in the bestselling Uncovering Student Ideas in Science series. 

Forrest Mims' Science Experiments

Forrest M. Mims is a revered contributor to Make: magazine, where his popular columns about science-related topics and projects for Makers are evergreen treasures.

The story of CO2

The Story of CO2 explores all aspects of carbon dioxide, from the atomic to the universal perspective, and takes the reader on an epic journey into our physical world, starting from the moment of the Big Bang, all the way to the present world in which atmospheric CO2 concentrations continue to grow.

Junk Drawer Physics

Educators and parents will find this title a handy resource to teach children about physics topics that include magnetism, electricity, force, motion, light, energy, sound, and more, and have fun at the same time.

Science in Seconds for Kids

Science in Seconds for Kids: Over 100 Experiments You Can Do in Ten Minutes or Less,

Argument-Driven Inquiry in Physics, Volume 1

Argument-Driven Inquiry in Physics, Volume 1 focuses on mechanics and has two parts.

Science Curriculum Topic Study

Curriculum Topic Study (CTS) is a professional development strategy that links science standards to curriculum, instruction, and assessment.

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