A fun way to approach science for children. This interactive book will inform, but more importantly encourage and help children to enjoy science. A creative workbook that encourages children to think like a scientist by noticing details, questioning everything and, crucially, dreaming up new ideas.
Measures: 19.8 x 1.3 x 25.1 cm.
Hardback 96 pages.
A choice of 2 inspiring quotations from Ada Lovelace, an amazing figure whose passion and vision have made her a powerful symbol for modern women in technology. £3 from the sale of each tea towel will be donated to Ada Lovelace Day (findingada.com). Present Indicative...
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