After-school and out-of-school programsaas well as home schoolingahave been growing steadily for nearly a decade, but instructors are still searching for high-interest content that ties into science standards without the rigidity of current classroom canon. The author draws on more than 20 years of experience doing hands-on science to facilitate tinkering: learning science while fooling around with real things. In this book, you'll learn: Tinkering techniques in key science areas How to let kids learn science with hands-on tinkering Engaging techniques for science learning at home, in school, or at a makerspace or library Step-by-step instructions for activities that don't end with a single project, but that provide many paths for qtinkering forwardq.Kids Learn by Making Stuff Curt Gabrielson. Figure 76. Holiday light diagram To get 3 volts from AA batteries, you put two together in series. If you want 6 volts, ... In a parallel circuit the electricity will look for the easiest path. The circuit can be.
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