Science Activities for K-5: For Georgia Performance Standards

K-5 teachers often feel uncomfortable teaching science, especially physical sciences. This book is for them. I emphasize teaching by activities so the book is a compendium of activities and demonstrations in all the science areas covered by the Georgia Performance Standards. Students come to love the course and materials and you will too. The book covers every science GPS and more. More

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About John Cramer

Dr. John A. Cramer is Professor of Physics at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, Georgia having earned his PhD. Degree from Texas A&M University. He has some thirty five years of experience teaching undergraduate physics and physical sciences and has authored numerous popular science articles. An avid outdoorsman and shell collector, his science interests extend well beyond physics.
Dr. Cramer’s books include: A Brief History of Physical Science, How Alien Would Aliens Be? Why You Can't Shoot Straight: the basic Science of Shooting and Science Activities for K-5. All these are available in ebook formats. A Brief History of Physical Science, and How Alien Would Aliens Be?, are also available in print at most online retailers.

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