By Peggy J. Whitley, Susan W. Goodwin
This 3rd access within the Jumpstarts sequence makes a speciality of technology themes for higher straightforward and heart institution scholars. holding the ninety nine Jumpstarts structure of the 2 earlier books, ninety nine Jumpstarts for children technological know-how examine is split into ten extensive topical sections. each one subject is prepared in alphabetical order lower than its part. subject matters contain physique elements, strength, Animals, Heavens, climate, topic, medication, expertise, surroundings, and Geology. This pathfinder process aides scholars within the study technique, aiding them outline very important phrases, supply starting inquiries to support slim their subject, provide resource rules and a few enjoyable actions to discover each one subject. Grades 4-8.
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2d ed. Whitehouse Station, NJ: Merck, 2003. May be reproduced for classrooin use. From Peggy J. Whitley and Susan Williams Goodwin, 99 Jumpstarts for Kids' Science Research Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited. © 2006. 38 HEART * 39 Childcraft: The How and Why Library: About You. Chicago: World Book, 2003. Lerner, K. Lee, and Brenda Wilmoth Lerner, eds. New Gale Encyclopedia of Science. 3d ed. Detroit: Gale, 2004. New Book of Popular Science. Danbury, CT: Grolier, 2004. Whitfield, Paul. The Human Body Explained: A Guide to Understanding the Incredible Living Machine.
2006. 10 The More, t h e Merrier. SOCIRL INSKTS New Words Ants Apiary Bees, Wasps Eusocial Insects Hymenopteria Pheromones What Is a Social Insect? If a colony of ants invades your space, you may be tempted to get out a can of insect spray and wipe them all out. Instead, why don't you take a few minutes to study them? Watch an ant follow a zig-zagged trail. The next ant, and the next, will follow the same trail. When one ant meets another coming from the other direction, they always touch each other for a moment before moving on.
Write about the fleas, ticks, or mites that like your pet, or the head lice that prefer you. Write about a parasite that has infected someone in your family or someone you know. Learn all about this parasite, especially the treatment. Are There Books on Parasites? Use your library catalog. Do not forget the reference area, where you can find background information and statistics. The librarian is your best resource. Breidahl, Harry. The Zoo on You: Life on Human Skin. New York: Chelsea House, 2002.
99 Jumpstarts for Kids' Science Research by Peggy J. Whitley, Susan W. Goodwin