Fizzyx for Fun, Exploring Physics through Experiment & Creative Play

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Can Newtonian Physics be fun? Of course! By sequentially breaking down the basic concepts into easy bits with cartoons, amusing illustrations, little stories, stimulating experiments, and creative activities, Fizzyx for Fun is an attempt to replace intimidation with confidence and enjoyment, perhaps even to give a glimpse of the beauty of Physics! More

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About Cynthia Montgomery

Cynthia Montgomery teaches Math, Science and French on Vancouver Island, Canada, and is ardently interested in young people and science.

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Review by: Valerie Russell on July 30, 2013 :
If you have children who are curious, then this book is for you. When our children were younger, I bought a number of these kinds of books. This one has so much more than the others that I had tried. It has many interesting types of experiments to choose from that are quite creative. I would suggest this book to anyone who wants to keep their children (or nieces and nephews) active and thinking about the world around them. As a biologist, the books that I had bought for my kids were more biologically oriented. If I had seen this one all those years ago, I would have liked it too. I especially liked the playful aspect of this, for example, the activity where you explore magnets to make a scene in a box. For under $10, this book is a great gift to a child!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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