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Praise for a previous edition of this book
“Comparing Earth to a spaceship that relies on fresh water and clean air, this title in the Build It Yourself series focuses on how the planet's systems have become unbalanced, creating a climate change . . . Readers can explore these concepts in more depth through 25 accompanying activities, many of which highlight the scientific method . . . This hands-on approach will get students thinking about their own impact on climate change.”
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Detailed Book Description
Updated edition includes the latest scientific research and problem-solving strategies in climate science!
In Climate Change: The Science Behind Melting Glaciers and Warming Oceans with Hands-On Science Activities, readers ages 9 to 12 take a deep dive into the science behind the changing climate in order to best contribute to the methods underway to solve the problem of a rapidly changing planet—and think up new solutions! This book is rich in hands-on science and critical-creative thinking exercises designed to explore the research being done to combat this global problem and encourage kids to find new solutions!
Throughout Climate Change, hands-on STEM activities, essential questions, and links to online primary resources help readers learn the basics of our globale environment and how it’s changing.
Try these hands-on climate science projects!
- Make an apple battery
- Build an anemometer
- Study ocean acidification
- Test some core samples
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Welcome to Spaceship Earth
Goldilocks and the Three Planets
Source of Life: the Sun
The Invisible Power of Greenhouse Gases
Examine an Ancient Climate
Earth Has a Fever
Decide the Future of Planet Earth