50 Science things to make and do

Kate Knighton and Georgina Andrews

Age: 5+


Series: Things to make and do

50 Science things to make and do

By: Kate Knighton, Georgina Andrews

Illustrated by Various

Series : Things to make and do

Age 5+


A handy-sized book with 50 fun, step-by-step experiments and activities for young scientists. Activities include creating a light and shadow show, separating colors in a fascinating ink experiment, creating a foaming monster using chemical reactions and lots more! Each page displays step-by-step instructions for how to complete the activity as well as a simple explanation of the science behind it. An excellent book to introduce children to scientific concepts in a fun and interactive way.
104 pages
5.9 x 7.1in
Spiral bound ISBN:
Publication Date:
September 2023
Work Reference:
Kate Knighton
Kate joined Usborne in 2004, where she wrote a mix of story books and science books. Kate now lives in Brighton where she retrained to work with young people as an arts therapist and trainer in mental health. She still loves to write, nowadays focused on adult fiction.

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Georgina Andrews
Georgina received the "Usborne Naturetrail Omnibus" after being brave having her tonsils out when she was seven. She went on to study Biological Sciences and then work for the Science Museum, London. Her book "100 Science Experiments" was shortlisted for the Aventis Prize for Science Books. She lives in London with her husband and four teenagers and still has her copy of Naturetrail.

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