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Wheels! Science Projects with Bicycles, Skateboards, and Skates

Series: Score! Sports Science Projects

By Madeline Goodstein

How do bicycle gears work? Why does it look like a skateboard sticks to a skater’s feet? Learn all about the physics involved in your favorite wheeled sport, whether it be cycling, skating, or skateboarding. Fun ideas for science fair projects follow many of the experiments.

Library Bound Book978-0-7660-3107-4$33.27$24.95

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". . . the illustrations are easy to follow and the language is accurate, straightforward, and clear, with appropriate but restrained scientific vocabulary."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, September 2009

". . . an easy read filled with highlighted interesting 'Did you know?' facts and colorful and helpful illustrations. It is a fine introduction for middle schoolers and a good review for high school students. It could also prove useful to science teachers who are seeking practical experiments to illustrate Newton's laws of motion, the conservation of energy, the center of gravity of an object, and several other points in the energy-and-motion curriculum."

Science Books & Films, June 2010

"Young researchers will find that these books meet their needs."

School Library Journal, Fall 2009

". . . this very readable series packs a double punch. These titles are a clever blend of physics and sports . . . These titles would be perfect for collaborative projects between science and physical education . . . The outstanding feature of these titles is the information given to students on how to use science to improve their sports ability . . . Science teachers will love them."

Library Media Connection, January/February 2010

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