Picture of Melting, Freezing, and Boiling Science Projects with Matter
  • Click the Google Preview button to take a look inside this book.

Melting, Freezing, and Boiling Science Projects with Matter

Series: Fantastic Physical Science Experiments

By Robert Gardner

How can you change liquid into a solid or a gas? Can liquids disappear without boiling? What happens to gas when it is heated or cooled? You can answer these questions by doing the fun and simple experiments in this book. Learn all about matter—the characteristics of different forms of matter and how matter can be changed. Great ideas for unique science fair projects are also included. The books in this series support the National Science Education Standards for K–4 Physical Science.

Library Bound Book978-0-7660-2589-9$26.27$19.70

Other books in Fantastic Physical Science Experiments

<h2><a href="../Dazzling_Science_Projects_with_Light_and_Color/1252">Dazzling Science Projects with Light and Color</a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Energizing_Science_Projects_with_Electricity_and_Magnetism/1253">Energizing Science Projects with Electricity and Magnetism</a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Jazzy_Science_Projects_with_Sound_and_Music/1254">Jazzy Science Projects with Sound and Music</a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Sensational_Science_Projects_with_Simple_Machines/1256">Sensational Science Projects with Simple Machines</a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Sizzling_Science_Projects_with_Heat_and_Energy/1257">Sizzling Science Projects with Heat and Energy</a></h2>

Other books from the authors

<h2><a href="../Experiments_with_Chemistry/412761">Experiments with Chemistry: <i></i></a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Experiments_with_Electricity_and_Magnetism/412762">Experiments with Electricity and Magnetism: <i></i></a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Experiments_with_Light/412763">Experiments with Light: <i></i></a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Experiments_with_Temperature_and_Heat/412764">Experiments with Temperature and Heat: <i></i></a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Experiments_with_the_Human_Body/412765">Experiments with the Human Body: <i></i></a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Experiments_with_Weather/412766">Experiments with Weather: <i></i></a></h2>


"The author describes scientific concepts in a clear and simple manner . . . This book will be helpful in any classroom covering the topic of matter and its properties. It would be a nice supplement to an existing curriculum . . ."

Science & Children, Summer 2007

"Clear, detailed and fun illustrations accompany each experiment . . ."

Catholic Library World, December 2006

"This brightly illustrated book of science projects encourages children to explore the properties of matter . . . Gardner’s explanations are clear . . ."

Booklist, September 15, 2006

"A great resource for a science class. Especially helpful for planning a science fair. Good for independent reading."

Children's Literature

"These experiments are well developed, clearly explained . . . and can be done with ordinary household materials . . . clearly written . . . a primary purchase for both elementary and middle school libraries."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, November 2006

"The author describes scientific concepts in a clear and simple manner, creatively illustrating each idea with hands-on experiments that can be easily performed at home or at school . . . Each experiment is followed by a concise yet entertaining explanation of what happened and why."

National Science Teachers Association Recommends Web site

978-0-7660-2589-9 $26.27 $19.70 + Add to wish list

Click to buy at Amazon.com or Barnes and Noble