An Activity Book From The Children's Museum, BostonBook - 1989
With Science Sensations, you can make your own 3-D glasses and drawings. You can cook up gorgeous green ink from grass, and mysterious invisible ink from baking soda and grape juice. And there's no better way to learn about kaleidoscopes than by building one yourself.Science sensations are all around you--in light and shadows, colors and reflections, in the wind and the water. This book helps you experiment to find out more about the science you can see. Watch how the wind moves with help from soap bubbles. Put on a puppet show with nothing but shadows. Even make your own movies with a pad of paper and a pencil!All these activities are explained with easy-to-follow directions, drawings, and photographs. Each one has been tried and tested at The Children's Museum. All you need are ordinary materials, such as mirrors and water, and natural phenomena, like sunlight, and you can create sights as extraordinary as an indoor rainbow. Just add your imagination to discover some simply sensational science.
Publisher: Reading, MA Addison-Wesley Publishing, 1989.
Characteristics: 95 p. :,ill. ;,24 cm.