"Scientific American" Great Science Fair Projects
A special collection of science fair projects from the science authority: Scientific American magazineFrom its groundbreaking magazine to its Frontiers television series, Scientific American has long been at the forefront of popularizing science in America. Now, kids can discover the excitement of science with these fascinating and illuminating science projects based on the longstanding and well-respected "Amateur Scientist" column in Scientific American. Kids will learn how to make their own clouds, model a fossil, grow hydroponic plants, start a mineral collection, photograph a lunar eclipse, make nonnewtonian fluids (slime!), and much more. Whether kids want to find a great idea for a science fair project, or just want to learn more about the world around them, they'll have endless hours of scientific fun with this book.Scientific American, published since 1845, reaches more than three million readers globally by subscription, on newsstands, and at www sciam.com. The company also publishes the quarterly family magazine, Scientific American Explorations, and a series of single-themed issues, Scientific American Presents.
Scientific American Frontiers, hosted by Alan Alda, is seen on PBS by millions of students and teachers.Marc Rosner (Yonkers, NY) is a science teacher, educational consultant, and science writer.