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These books introduce computers and the internet to children, with lively tips on staying safe, and give fun instructions for first steps into coding – a key curriculum topic.
The Usborne Science Encyclopedia covers topics from gravity, flight and floating to genes and DNA. QR links for each topic take you instantly to video clips and other multimedia content.
A comprehensive science reference book covering key topics from gravity, flight and floating to genes and DNA, with clearly written explanations and superb photographs and illustrations. QR codes for each topic provide instant access via a mobile phone or tablet to over 180 video clips of experiments, animals in their habitats and animated lessons that enhance the information in the book. Includes links to an additional 1000 recommended websites for further study and homework help via the Usborne Quicklinks website. With a glossary of 1,500 scientific terms, as well as key dates and biographies of scientists and inventors, and 140 simple experiments for children to try at home. An exciting reference book that will stimulate children’s curiosity and inspire the scientists of the future.
A superb reference book, likely to encourage much happy browsing as well as to provide solid information to support school work. Lovereading4kids.co.uk review of the Usborne Science Encyclopedia
From astronaut training for a mission, to how to escape a black hole, these space and astronomy books are perfect for children fascinated by space exploration.
Packed with facts and colourful infographics on both familiar and less familiar topics from the Earth’s magnetic poles to spider venom and black holes. Includes internet links to specially selected websites where readers can discover even more surprising science facts. Find out more...
Will inspire a new generation of scientists. The Surrey Advertiser