Published by DK Children
Help your child master Key Stage 2 STEM subjects and become a science superstar!
From learning how the heart works to understanding what evolution is, this fully illustrated home learning workbook makes grasping science, technology and engineering as easy as ABC.
This engaging science book for kids makes tricky topics and challenging concepts completely crystal clear! Here's what's inside:
- Engaging content around core national curriculum topics, suitable for ages 7-11
- Covers the core STE topics, from biology, chemistry, and physics, to technology
- Clearly laid out with easy-to-follow instructions for children to use by themselves
- Answers are given at the back of the book
- Practice questions and practical exercises to help expand your child's knowledge of the subject
Did you know that the human skeleton is made up of 206 bones? Or that the Earth's human population has quadrupled in the last hundred years? Packed with fascinating facts, fun graphics and step-by-step explanations, this brilliant visual workbook will keep budding scientists and engineers engaged.. It helps kids understand what they've learned in school and gives them extra science revision practice before an important test.
Perfect for children aged 7-11, this colourful science practice book covers all the key areas of the school curriculum for this level. It includes the human body, animal and plant life, states of matter, energy, simple mechanics, the Earth, Moon and Sun, and lots more. And there are answers at the back to check that you're on the right path.
DK's successful How to be Good at... workbook series provides your child with the tools to learn how to look at the world around them and figure out how it works. This engaging and clear science workbook accompanies How to be Good at Science, Technology, and Engineering Workbook 2 which covers ages 11-14 (Key Stage 3).
Also, there are more books to discover! Learn everything they need to know about maths through eye-catching illustrations and easy-to-follow instructions with How to Be Good at Maths.
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