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Robotics!

Robotics!

With 25 Science Projects for Kids

What do you think of when you hear the word “robot?” Real robots might look different from what you imagine! In Robotics: With 25 Science Projects for Kidslearn about robots past and present and discover the programming and mechanics that make them work. Essential questions, fun facts, and hands-on STEM experiments make this book a

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Skulls and Skeletons!

Skulls and Skeletons!

With 25 Science Projects for Kids

Bones—what are they good for? Staying upright, for starters! In Skulls and Skeletons! With 25 Science Projects for Kids, readers ages 7 to 9 learn about the bones in their bodies and why we can’t live without them. Hands-on science projects, essential questions, links to primary sources, and more get kids excited about learning what’s

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Gender Identity

Gender Identity

Beyond Pronouns and Bathrooms

What does gender identity mean to you? In Gender Identity: Beyond Pronouns and Bathrooms, middle and high schoolers explore the spectrum of the LGBTQ movement through the lenses of history, media, and culture, with a particular focus on transgender rights and the rights of gender-variant people. Through essential questions, primary sources, and investigative projects, readers

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Feminism

Feminism

The March Toward Equal Rights for Women

Why are women treated differently from men? In Feminism: The March Toward Equal Rights for Women, middle and high schoolers take a long look at the history of feminism and meet several key historical figures who helped bring about the different waves of the movement. Through essential questions, primary sources, and investigative projects, readers develop

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Race Relations

Race Relations

The Struggle for Equality in America

How comfortable are you talking about race? In Race Relations: The Struggle for Equality in America, kids ages 12 to 15 follow the evolution of race relations in America, from when American colonists used racial differences to justify slavery, discrimination, and the persecution of people of color until the modern-day presidencies of Barack Obama and

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Immigration Nation

Immigration Nation

The American Identity in the Twenty-First Century

What is an immigrant? How have immigrants shaped the United States? Immigration Nation: The American Identity in the Twenty-First Century invites middle and high school students to explore the history of immigration in the United States and follow the stories of people who have made the journey to this country through the perspectives of immigrants,

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Game Logic

Game Logic

Level Up and Create Your Own Games with Science Activities for Kids

What’s your favorite game to play? Making a game is a creative, logical, even scientific activity! In Game Logic: Level Up and Create Your Own Games with Science Activities for Kids, middle schoolers learn how games work and even design their own games. Hands-on gaming projects, essential questions, links to primary sources, and more get

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Biodiversity

Biodiversity

Explore the Diversity of Life on Earth with Science Activities for Kids

It’s a big world out there, and it’s populated with millions of different species of plants, animals, and microorganisms! Biodiversity: Explore the Diversity of Life on Earth with Science Activities for Kids introduces middle school readers to the evolution of life on Earth, beginning with the first single-celled organisms that emerged 3.8 billion years ago

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Simple Machines!

Simple Machines!

With 25 Science Activities for Kids

You might not think you’re using a simple machine when you zip up your coat, but it’s true! Simple Machines! With 25 Science Projects for Kids introduces readers ages 7 to 10 to the six simple machines recognized as crucial to human civilization: planes, pulleys, screws, wedges, and wheels and axles. Hands-on science projects, essential

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The Human Body

The Human Body

Get Under the Skin with Science Activities for Kids

Is your belly growling? Are your ears listening? Are your feet tapping? The Human Body: Get Under the Skin with Science Activities for Kids takes young readers on a trip through their own bodies to learn all about the systems that keep us going! Hands-on science projects, essential questions, links to primary sources, and more

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Planet Earth

Planet Earth

Finding Balance on the Blue Marble with Environmental Science Activities for Kids

Discover the story of our planet in Planet Earth: Finding Balance on the Blue Marble with Environmental Science Activities for Kids! Middle school kids master ecology basics while learning all about the balance among the natural parts of the world and how and environmental issues such as climate change threaten this delicate balance. Essential questions,

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Garbage

Garbage

Follow the Path of Your Trash with Science Activities for Kids

Where does your trash go when you throw it away? Find out in Garbage: Follow the Path of Your Trash with Science Activities for Kids! Middle schoolers will track their trash as it travels from waste basket to its final resting place, whether that’s a landfill, compost bin, or a new life as a different

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The Solar System

The Solar System

Out of This World with Science Activities for Kids

Look up! That’s a lot of space out there! In The Solar System: Out of This World with Science Activities for Kids, young readers explore the comets, meteors, asteroids, sun, planets, and moons that make up our solar system. Hands-on science projects, essential questions, links to primary sources, and more get kids excited about learning

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Biomes

Biomes

Discover the Earth’s Ecosystems with Science Activities for Kids

Would you rather live in the desert or the grasslands? Middles schoolers can discover new worlds by reading Biomes: Discover the Earth’s Ecosystems with Science Activities for Kids, which discusses the world’s biomes in terms of climates, geologies, resources, and organisms! Essential questions, fun facts, and hands-on STEM experiments make this book a fully immersive

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