Ben Franklin's Big Shock (On My Own Science)
|Rating||:||4.60 (842 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||48 Pages|
My son, the six-year-old proto-scientist, loves it! M. Heiss Really a great introduction to Benjamin Franklin's curiosity and the famous electricity science experiments. Check out when Franklin's hair stands on end -- funny! We read it together. I'm going to pick up more in this series -- On My Own Science.**** update May 2009 ****My son is using this for a school report on Ben Franklin. For a costume,
Ransom covers four months in 1608 during the very beginnings of the settlement of Jamestown, VA. From School Library Journal Kindergarten-Grade 2 These beginning readers are physically attractive, with large, competently done, full-color art, but they don't contain much factual information or cover any new territory. Campbell's Jamestown: The Beginning (Little, Brown, 1974; o.p.). Kate Kohlbeck, Randall School, Waukesha, WICopyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. Jango-Cohen devotes all 48 pages to imagining what it might have been like for Franklin to discover that lightning is electricit
paperback book with the name of Ben Franklin's Big Shock (On My Own Science) are written by Judith Jango-Cohen. it launch on 2014-11-07 and has 48 number of pages. Here, you can read it online or download on any other format as u want to.