Mega Dose
 
 

Recently Viewed clear list


Original Essays | September 17, 2014

Merritt Tierce: IMG Has My Husband Read It?



My first novel, Love Me Back, was published on September 16. Writing the book took seven years, and along the way three chapters were published in... Continue »

spacer
Qualifying orders ship free.
$34.95
New Trade Paper
Ships in 1 to 3 days
Add to Wishlist
available for shipping or prepaid pickup only
Available for In-store Pickup
in 7 to 12 days
Qty Store Section
25 Remote Warehouse Education- General

More copies of this ISBN

Other titles in the Jossey-Bass Teacher series:

Hands-On Physical Science Activities for Grades K-6 (Science Problem-Solving Curriculum Library)

by

Hands-On Physical Science Activities for Grades K-6 (Science Problem-Solving Curriculum Library) Cover

 

Synopses & Reviews

Publisher Comments:

This second edition of Marvin N. Tolman's bestselling book Hands-On Physical Science Activities for Grades K-6 offers compelling activities that help teach students thinking and reasoning skills along with basic science concepts and facts. The book's activities follow the discovery/inquiry approach and encourage students to analyze, synthesize, and infer based on their own hands-on experiences. This new edition includes an expanded "Teacher Information" section, and increased emphasis on collaboration, shared observations, and writing. It includes inquiry-based models and cooperative learning projects using materials easily found in the classroom or around the home. Many of the activities can easily become great science fair ideas, and lessons and activities are correlated with national science standards.

Designed to be user friendly, the book is organized into eight sections and printed in a lay-flat format.

  • Nature of Matter
  • Energy
  • Light
  • Sound
  • Simple Machines
  • Magnetism
  • Static Electricity
  • Current Electricity

"The Hands-On books are an awesome resource that has enhanced my science units. Every activity has easy step-by-step instructions, a materials list, and teacher information. My students and I love the activities."

—Patti W. Seeholzer, third-grade teacher,River Heights Elementary School, Utah and winner of the2002 Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching

"A great resource for all prospective and practicing elementary teachers."

—David T. Crowther, associate professor, science education,University of Nevada, Reno

Synopsis:

This is the second edition of Marvin N. Tolman’s bestselling book Hands-On Physical Science Activities for Grades K-6. Like all the books in The Science Problem-Solving Curriculum Library series, this revised edition offers compelling activities that help teach students thinking and reasoning skills along with basic science concepts and facts. The book’s activities follow the discovery/inquiry approach and encourage students to analyze, synthesize, and infer based on their own hands-on experiences. This new edition includes an expanded Teacher Information section, inquiry-based models and complex cooperative learning projects using materials found around the home. Many of the activities easily become great science fair ideas as well as activities that correlate with the national standards.

Designed to be user friendly, the book includes 175 easy-to-use, hands on activities and is organized into eight sections:

 

Nature of Matter

Energy

Light

Sound

Simple Machines

Magnetism

Static Electricity

Current Electricity

Synopsis:

Three books with more than 150 exciting hands-on activities to teach students thinking and reasoning skills and basic science concepts and facts

The perfect complement to any elementary school science program, these activity books foster discovery and enhance the development of valuable learning skills through direct experience. Activities in the Earth Science volume covers air, water, weather, earth, ecology, gravity and flight, and celestial bodies. The Life Science book includes plants and seeds, animals, adaptations and life cycles, body systems and senses, and health and nutrition. Physical Science activities relate to the nature of matter, energy, light, sound, machines, magnetism, static electricity, and electromagnetism. The updated editions include an expanded " Teacher Information" section for all of the activities, enhanced user friendliness, inquiry-based models and cooperative learning projects for the classroom. Projects use materials easily found around the classroom or home, provide science fair ideas at the end of each section, link activities to national science standards, and include other new material.

Marvin Tolman, EdD (Provo, UT), a well-known and popular presenter at the annual National Science Teachers Association meeting, has taught elementary science methods courses at Brigham Young University since 1975.

About the Author

Marvin N. Tolman, Ed.D., is a popular presenter at national meetings of science teachers, contributes to academic journals, reviews science education materials, and edits textbook and journal series. Currently, he is professor of teacher education at Brigham Young University and author of the popular Hands-On Science series from Jossey-Bass.

Table of Contents

About the Author.

About the Library.

How to Use This Book.

Key to Icons.

Correlation with National Standards Grid.

Listing of Activities by Topic.

Section One: The Nature of Matter.

To the Teacher.

Activity 1.1: How Can You Make a Balance from Two Clothes Hangers?

Activity 1.2: How Can You Make a More Precise Balance from a Ruler?

Activity 1.3: What Is the Shape of a Drop of Water?

Activity 1.4: How Dry Can You Wring a Wet Sponge?

Activity 1.5: What Is Condensation?

Activity 1.6: What Are Mixtures and Solutions?

Activity 1.7: How Can You Separate a Mixture of Salt and Pepper?

Activity 1.8: What Happens to Water When You Add Salt?

Activity 1.9: How Does a Hydrometer Work?

Activity 1.10: How Can the Depth of a Bathyscaph Be Controlled?

Activity 1.11: What Are Solids, Liquids, and Gases?

Activity 1.12: How Can You Produce a Gas from a Solid and a Liquid?

Activity 1.13: How Can You Make a Fire Extinguisher?

Activity 1.14: How Can a Blown-Out Candle Relight Itself?

Activity 1.15: How Can You Remove the Flame from a Candle Without Putting It Out?

Activity 1.16: How Can You Make a Ball Bounce by Itself?

Activity 1.17: What Is Polyethylene?

Activity 1.18: Is the Dissolving of Solids a Physical Change or a Chemical Change?

Activity 1.19: Is Burned Sugar Still Sugar?

Activity 1.20: What Is Rust?

Activity 1.21: How Can Chemical Changes Help You Write a Secret Message?

Activity 1.22: How Does Temperature Affect the Speed of Molecules?

Activity 1.23: How Does Temperature Affect Solubility?

Activity 1.24: How Can You Make Large Sugar Crystals from Tiny Ones?

Activity 1.25: What Does Litmus Paper Tell Us About Substances?

Activity 1.26: How Can Perfume Get into a Sealed Balloon?

Activity 1.27: How Can You Cause Molecules to Move Through Solids?

Activity 1.28: What Is Viscosity?

Nature of Matter Word Searches.

Do You Recall?

Section Two: Energy.

To the Teacher

Activity 2.1: In What Ways Is Energy Used in Our Neighborhood?

Activity 2.2: How Well Do You Conserve Energy at Home?

Activity 2.3: How Do Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy Compare?

Activity 2.4: How Is Work Measured?

Activity 2.5: How Can Wind Energy Be Used to Turn Something?

Activity 2.6: How Can the Energy of Sound Cause Something to Move?

Activity 2.7: How Can Magnetism Do Work?

Activity 2.8: How Much Energy Is Stored in a Bow?

Activity 2.9: How Can You Power a Racer with a Rubber Band?

Activity 2.10: How Does a Nail Change as It Is Driven into a Board?

Activity 2.11: How Do Molecules Behave When Heated?

Activity 2.12: What Happens to Solids as They Are Heated and Cooled?

Activity 2.13: What Happens to Liquids as They Are Heated and Cooled?

Activity 2.14: What Happens to Gases as They Are Heated and Cooled?

Activity 2.15: What Other Type of Energy Accompanies Light from the Sun?

Activity 2.16: How Can You Get the Most Heat Energy from the Sun?

Activity 2.17: How Does Color Affect Energy Absorbed from Light?

Activity 2.18: Where Does Our Energy Really Come From?

Activity 2.19: How Can You Cook an Apple in Your Own Solar Cooker?

Activity 2.20: How Does Gravity Affect Heavy and Light Objects?

Activity 2.21: What Is Center of Gravity?

Activity 2.22: Where Is Your Center of Gravity?

Activity 2.23: How Can You Balance Several Nails on One Nail?

Activity 2.24: What Happens When You Burn a Candle at Both Ends?

Activity 2.25: How Does Inertia Affect the Way Things Move?

Activity 2.26: What Is Centrifugal Force?

Energy Word Searches.

Do You Recall?

Section Three: Light.

To the Teacher.

Activity 3.1: What Can You Make with a Shadow?

Activity 3.2: Why Does Your Shadow Change in Size and Shape?

Activity 3.3: What Path Does Light Follow?

Activity 3.4: How Does Light Energy Travel?

Activity 3.5: What Makes Things Transparent, Translucent, or Opaque?

Activity 3.6: What Is the Difference Between Reflected Light and Source Light?

Activity 3.7: What Is Unique About Reflected Light?

Activity 3.8: How Is Light Reflection Like the Bounce of a Ball?

Activity 3.9: How Many Images Can You See?

Activity 3.10: How Well Can You Control the Reflection of Light?

Activity 3.11: How Does a Periscope Work?

Activity 3.12: How Can You Pour Light?

Activity 3.13: What Color Is White?

Activity 3.14: How Can You Spin Different Colors?

Activity 3.15: What Do Color Filters Do to Colors?

Activity 3.16: How Do Detectives Use Color to Solve Crimes?

Activity 3.17: What Must You Remember When Spearing a Fish?

Activity 3.18: What Happened to the Pencil?

Activity 3.19: Can You Find the Coin?

Activity 3.20: How Can a Postage Stamp Hide Under Clear Glass?

Activity 3.21: What Makes Light Bend?

Activity 3.22: How Can You Make a Glass Disappear?

Activity 3.23: How Does a Camera See the World?

Activity 3.24: How Does a Lens Affect the Way Light Travels?

Activity 3.25: How Can You Make a Lens from a Drop of Water?

Activity 3.26: How Are Convex and Concave Lenses Different?

Activity 3.27: How Can You Measure the Magnifying Power of a Lens?

Activity 3.28: What Does a Prism Do to Light?

Activity 3.29: How Can You Make a Prism with Water?

Light Word Searches.

Do You Recall?

Section Four: Sound.

To the Teacher.

Activity 4.1: How Are Sounds Produced?

Activity 4.2: What Sounds Can You Identify?

Activity 4.3: How Well Can You Match Sounds?

Activity 4.4: How Can You Make Music with Fish Line?

Activity 4.5: How Much Noise Can You Make with a Paper Cup?

Activity 4.6: How Can You Make Bottled Music?

Activity 4.7: How Can You Make Music with Tubes?

Activity 4.8: How Can You Make a Kazoo with a Comb?

Activity 4.9: What Is a Triple-T Kazoo?

Activity 4.10: How Can You See Sound?

Activity 4.11: What Can Water Teach Us About Sound?

Activity 4.12: How Many Ways Can You Make a Telephone?

Activity 4.13: How Well Does Sound Travel Through Wood?

Activity 4.14: From How Far Away Can You Hear a Clock Tick?

Activity 4.15: How Can You Make a Coat Hanger Sing?

Activity 4.16: How Fast Does Sound Travel?

Activity 4.17: What Is a Tuning Fork?

Activity 4.18: How Can You Make a Goblet Sing?

Activity 4.19: How Can You Play a Phonograph Record with a Sewing Needle?

Activity 4.20: How Can Sound Be Directed?

Activity 4.21: How Can Sound Be Collected?

Activity 4.22: What Are Sympathetic Vibrations?

Activity 4.23: What Are Forced Vibrations?

Activity 4.24: What Is the Doppler Effect?

Activity 4.25: What Is a Sonic Boom?

Activity 4.26: Can You Invent or Make a Musical Instrument?

Sound Word Searches.

Do You Recall?

Section Five: Simple Machines.

To the Teacher.

Activity 5.1: What Happens When You Rub Your Hands Together?

Activity 5.2: How Do Lubricants Affect Friction?

Activity 5.3: How Do Starting Friction and Sliding Friction Compare?

Activity 5.4: How Does Rolling Friction Compare with Sliding Friction?

Activity 5.5: What Is the Advantage of a First-Class Lever?

Activity 5.6: What Type of Simple Machine Is the Teeter-Totter?

Activity 5.7: How Can a Lever Be Used to Lift Heavy Things?

Activity 5.8: How Can You Predict the Effort Required to Lift a Load with a First-Class Lever?

Activity 5.9: What Do We Lose as We Gain Force with a Lever?

Activity 5.10: How Is a Second-Class Lever Different from a First-Class Lever?

Activity 5.11: What Do You Gain and What Do You Lose by Using a Second-Class Lever?

Activity 5.12: What Is a Third-Class Lever?

Activity 5.13: What Is Gained and What Is Lost by Using a Third-Class Lever?

Activity 5.14: What Is the Wheel and Axle?

Activity 5.15: What Type of Simple Machine Is the Pencil Sharpener?

Activity 5.16: What Is a Fixed Pulley?

Activity 5.17: What Is a Movable Pulley?

Activity 5.18: What Happens When a Small Person Tugs on a Large Person?

Activity 5.19: What Can Be Gained by Combining Fixed and Movable Pulleys?

Activity 5.20: What Is an Inclined Plane?

Activity 5.21: What Is a Wedge?

Activity 5.22: What Is a Screw?

Activity 5.23: What Kind of Simple Machine Is the Screwdriver?

Activity 5.24: What Kind of Simple Machine Is This?

Simple Machines Word Searches.

Do You Recall?

Section Six: Magnetism.

To the Teacher.

Activity 6.1: Which Rock Is Different?

Activity 6.2: What Do Magnets Look Like?

Activity 6.3: How Do Magnets Get Their Names?

Activity 6.4: Where Did the First Metal Magnet Come From?

Activity 6.5: What Materials Will a Magnet Pick Up?

Activity 6.6: Through What Substances Can Magnetism Pass?

Activity 6.7: Which Magnet Is Strongest?

Activity 6.8: What Part of a Magnet Has the Strongest Pull?

Activity 6.9: What Is a Special Property of Magnetism?

Activity 6.10: What Happens When a Magnet Can Turn Freely?

Activity 6.11: What Is a Compass?

Activity 6.12: How Can You Make a Compass?

Activity 6.13: What Are the Earth’s Magnetic Poles?

Activity 6.14: How Do Materials Become Magnetized?

Activity 6.15: How Can You Find the Poles of a Lodestone?

Activity 6.16: How Can You See a Magnetic Field?

Activity 6.17: How Can You Preserve a Magnetic Field?

Magnetism Word Searches

Do You Recall?

Section Seven: Static Electricity.

To the Teacher.

Activity 7.1: What Is the Kissing Balloon?

Activity 7.2: How Does Rubbing with Wool Affect Plastic Strips?

Activity 7.3: What Changes the Way Balloons React to Each Other?

Activity 7.4: What Will a Comb Do to Styrofoam?

Activity 7.5: How Can You Make Paper Dance Under Glass?

Activity 7.6: Why Does Paper Leap for a Balloon?

Activity 7.7: What Does Puffed Rice Run Away From?

Activity 7.8: How Can You Make Salt and Pepper Dance Together?

Activity 7.9: How Can You Make a String Dance?

Activity 7.10: How Can You Fill a Stocking Without Putting a Leg into It?

Activity 7.11: How Can You Bend Water?

Activity 7.12: How Can You Make a Spark with Your Finger?

Activity 7.13: How Can You Make an Electroscope?

Static Electricity Word Searches.

Do You Recall?

Section Eight: Current Electricity.

To the Teacher.

Activity 8.1: What Materials Will Conduct Electricity?

Activity 8.2: What Is a Circuit?

Activity 8.3: How Can We Model a Complete Circuit?

Activity 8.4: What Is a Short Circuit?

Activity 8.5: How Can You Make a Switch?

Activity 8.6: How Can You Make a Series Circuit?

Activity 8.7: How Can You Make a Parallel Circuit?

Activity 8.8: What Is Resistance?

Activity 8.9: How Does Electric Current Affect a Compass?

Activity 8.10: What Happens When Electric Current Flows

Through a Wire?

Activity 8.11: What Is an Electromagnet?

Activity 8.12: What Is a Way to Change the Strength of an Electromagnet?

Activity 8.13: What Is Another Way to Change the Strength of an Electromagnet?

Activity 8.14: What Happens When Current Flowing Through a Wire Changes Direction?

Activity 8.15: How Does the Direction of the Flow of Current Affect an Electromagnet?

Activity 8.16: How Can You Tell Whether Electric Current Is Flowing Through a Wire?

Activity 8.17: How Is Electricity Produced by Chemicals?

Activity 8.18: How Does a Lantern Battery or Flashlight Battery Work?

Activity 8.19: How Can Electricity Be Produced by a Lemon?

Activity 8.20: How Can Mechanical Energy Produce Electricity?

Activity 8.21: How Can Sunlight Produce Electricity?

Activity 8.22: How Can Electricity Help Us Communicate?

Current Electricity Word Searches.

Do You Recall?

Product Details

ISBN:
9780787978679
Author:
Tolman, Marvin N.
Publisher:
Jossey-Bass
Author:
Marvin N. Tolman, Ed.D.
Author:
Tolman, Marvin N., Ed.D.
Subject:
Study and teaching
Subject:
Physics
Subject:
Elementary
Subject:
Teaching Methods & Materials - Science & Technology
Subject:
Study and teaching (elementary)
Subject:
Physics -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
Subject:
Physics -- Study and teaching.
Subject:
Science
Subject:
Education-General
Copyright:
Edition Number:
2
Edition Description:
Lay-flat binding
Series:
J-B Ed: Hands On
Series Volume:
26
Publication Date:
20100126
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
544
Dimensions:
282 x 217.5 x 34 mm 52.8 oz

Related Subjects

Education » General
Education » Teaching » Science
Reference » Science Reference » General

Hands-On Physical Science Activities for Grades K-6 (Science Problem-Solving Curriculum Library) New Trade Paper
0 stars - 0 reviews
$34.95 In Stock
Product details 544 pages Jossey-Bass - English 9780787978679 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , This is the second edition of Marvin N. Tolman’s bestselling book Hands-On Physical Science Activities for Grades K-6. Like all the books in The Science Problem-Solving Curriculum Library series, this revised edition offers compelling activities that help teach students thinking and reasoning skills along with basic science concepts and facts. The book’s activities follow the discovery/inquiry approach and encourage students to analyze, synthesize, and infer based on their own hands-on experiences. This new edition includes an expanded Teacher Information section, inquiry-based models and complex cooperative learning projects using materials found around the home. Many of the activities easily become great science fair ideas as well as activities that correlate with the national standards.

Designed to be user friendly, the book includes 175 easy-to-use, hands on activities and is organized into eight sections:

 

Nature of Matter

Energy

Light

Sound

Simple Machines

Magnetism

Static Electricity

Current Electricity

"Synopsis" by , Three books with more than 150 exciting hands-on activities to teach students thinking and reasoning skills and basic science concepts and facts

The perfect complement to any elementary school science program, these activity books foster discovery and enhance the development of valuable learning skills through direct experience. Activities in the Earth Science volume covers air, water, weather, earth, ecology, gravity and flight, and celestial bodies. The Life Science book includes plants and seeds, animals, adaptations and life cycles, body systems and senses, and health and nutrition. Physical Science activities relate to the nature of matter, energy, light, sound, machines, magnetism, static electricity, and electromagnetism. The updated editions include an expanded " Teacher Information" section for all of the activities, enhanced user friendliness, inquiry-based models and cooperative learning projects for the classroom. Projects use materials easily found around the classroom or home, provide science fair ideas at the end of each section, link activities to national science standards, and include other new material.

Marvin Tolman, EdD (Provo, UT), a well-known and popular presenter at the annual National Science Teachers Association meeting, has taught elementary science methods courses at Brigham Young University since 1975.

spacer
spacer
  • back to top
Follow us on...




Powell's City of Books is an independent bookstore in Portland, Oregon, that fills a whole city block with more than a million new, used, and out of print books. Shop those shelves — plus literally millions more books, DVDs, and gifts — here at Powells.com.