Science Squad (Hardback)
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Science Squad (Hardback)

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Hardback 80 Pages / Published: 03/05/2018
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The zany characters of the Science Squad will guide kids ages 5-7 through this engaging, fact-packed book from Robert Winston all about the key STEAM subjects: science, technology, engineering, art, and maths.

This bright and cheery illustrated book for kids ages 5-7 breaks down STEAM subjects, like science and technology, into fun and easily understandable chunks. Join Robert Winston and the Science Squad to unravel the mysteries of the world: find out how robots work, what a food chain is, where lightning comes from, how lungs allow you to breathe, and much more. The Science Squad characters (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Maths) guide the reader through the book and are always on hand with tips, fun facts, and simple explanations. With pages covering living things, the human body, space, physics, geography, math, engineering, and chemistry, this book is a perfect introduction for kids starting to learn about science at school, or those who are just developing an interest in how the world works.

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
ISBN: 9780241301852
Number of pages: 80
Weight: 620 g
Dimensions: 282 x 224 x 14 mm


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Steam is something this madcap book never runs out of, as it dashes through topics from the Big Bang to the science of floating and sinking * Jewish Chronicle *
Whatever you need to know, Robert and his Science Squad explain complicated ideas in an easy-to-understand way, making this book the perfect introduction for children starting to learn STEAM subjects in school, or who simply want to know more about the world around them. * Parent Talk *
A fabulous introduction to a host of STEAM subjects. Chemistry, physics, astronomy, biology, maths, and engineering are all covered. Each page takes a basic STEAM concept and introduces it to its audience in an accessible fashion...It's pitch perfect for its intended age of around 6-11. * GeekDad *
This colourful and well presented book will really enthuse children for STEAM subjects and give them an excellent start in understanding them. * Parents in Touch *
Everything a curious child of 7 or 8 wants * The Best New Children's Books Supplement, Guardian *

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“Great first introduction to STEAM topics”

This book is a perfect all-rounder for every 7+ kid. It shortly explains things like the Earth/Universe, Animals/Plants, Human Body, Technology/Electricity. I like the mix of photographs of the 'real things'... More

“Perfect to answer those 'WHY' questions that you just can't find the words for”

. This book is gorgeously laid out with bright colours and fun characters. Each page has a quick but accurate and descriptive focus on a different subject: Earth, weather, the human body, time, friction. There are 34... More

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“Great Key Stage 1 Homework Reference!”

Thank you DK for my copy that was used the very week as my 6 year old had to make a picture labelling the parts of a plant.
Later she had questions about bridges and how strong they are which I could answer from... More

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