Have you dreamed about going up into space?
Maybe you were an astronaut for Halloween.
How would you like to launch your own rocket?
Ready, Set, Blast Off!
The child will learn about how to build a rocket from a pop or water bottle using simple chemistry. From the basic rocket design, the child will experiment with amounts of baking soda and vinegar or the bottle size to see if the mixture amounts make a difference to the rocket’s flight. Parental supervision is required.
The kids love designing their own rockets and then launching them using straws- isn’t it a great way for kids to explore science? This activity book makes a great addition to a unit on physics, space, the night sky, or things that fly and is also just fun to do on a rainy day! This activity also makes a great science exploration and is perfect for the homeschooling as well as classroom. By this, the kids can learn how different angles of the straw affect the distance the rocket travels or how adding fins or folding the rocket in different ways can affect its flight.
Curious kids will adore this powerful activity eBook designed by Rene Yapp, which encourages young engineers to discover the extraordinary science in the everyday. Rene Yapp is the talented educator who created these STEM eBooks. Her expertise has come from years of experience. In the 1990s, Rene received a National Prime Minister’s Award in Canada for Science Mathematics and Technology. From that early era, she was committed to using the STEM approach with her students.
Includes action-packed activates, awe-inspiring images and fascinating facts!