Part of the "Everyday Science" series that introduces science and technology to younger readers through familiar and popular settings such as the street, home, farm and kitchen. Each title focuses on one or two scientific principles - energy and movement, materials and structures, and looks at those topics within one environment. Hands-on activities are included in the text for children to widen their understanding. This book examines science in the kitchen - looking at energy and change. The book examines such questions as why do we need food? What happens inside our bodies when we eat and what forms of energy do we find in the kitchen? This book includes topics in alignment with the National Curriculum requirements in science and technology.
Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
Dimensions: 265 x 210 mm
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