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365 Build It Yourself Engineering Projects : An Exciting Hands On Experiment for Every Day of the Year

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The perfect hands-on book for tomorrow’s engineers, featuring a fascinating step-by-step do-it-yourself project for every day of the year.

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ISBN 9781633226265
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Dimensions 21.6 × 27.9 cm

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For the next generation’s thinkers, tinkerers, and innovators, 365 Built-It-Yourself Engineering Projects is a year’s worth of fascinating, hands-on projects and experiments using household materials. Kids can dive headfirst into the wacky, unpredictable world of science and engineering with challenges from the creators who brought you 365 Weird & Wonderful Science Experiments. Join STEAM educator and author, Beth Snoke Harris, as she stirs up children’s curiosity and challenges them to discover the endless fun of science and engineering. Simple, colorful step-by-step directions accompany each mind-blowing experiment, so kids can easily follow along with minimal parental supervision. Inquiry-based projects include:

Paper Airplane Launcher
Ice Cube Architecture
Straw Rocket
Rockin’ Roller Coaster
Far-out Fort
Mechanical Hand
Seismometer
Art-Bot

A fun and compelling read for the whole family, 365 Build-It-Yourself Engineering Projects unlocks a world of surprises that will instill a lifelong love and fascination for young readers and future scientists of all ages.

About the author
Elizabeth Snoke Harris has been involved in science education for more than 20 yearsin classrooms, research facilities, and museums. When she’s not working on science curriculum projects or leading STEM field trips at the local roller rink, she serves as web master for science education organizations. She is the author of several science experiment books including 365 Weird & Wonderful Science Experiments. She lives in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her science blog can be found at seven-oaks.net.

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