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Sprouting Seed Science Projects

Series: Real Life Science Experiments

By Ann Benbow and Colin Mably

What is in a seed? Can plants grow without seeds? Easy-to-do science experiments paired with scientific explanations make this book a perfect resource for budding scientists. Ideas for further exploration and science fair projects follow every experiment.

Library Bound Book978-0-7660-3147-0$27.27$20.45

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"These experiments are well developed and clearly explained with the clarification for the questions posed given in the following pages . . . It is clearly written, with many of the scientific terms used being explained in context."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, November 2009

"The series would be useful for school science project or science fair library collections."

Library Media Connection, November/December 2009

"The book is written in a question-and-find-out format. The contents clearly reflect constructivism science in action for young readers—and of course for teachers. The questions are paired with active, hands-on, easy-to-do explorations that result in quality science processes and answers. The explorations are presented with an initial question to explore; they then encourage observation and construction of knowledge."

National Science Teachers Association Recommends Web site, posted September 24, 2009

". . . a series that provides solid curricular support."

Booklist, August 2009

". . . a well-drawn how-to book, both on seed germination itself and on the setup of some simple scientific experiments. Particularly appealing are Tom Labaff's charming drawings of seed dispersal mechanisms . . . illustrations throughout the book somehow manage to give seeds a personality and charm of their own."

Science Books & Films, April 2010

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