We use cookies to provide essential features and services. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies .

×

Warehouse Stock Clearance Sale

Grab a bargain today!

Science in a Minute Book Set
By

Rating

Product Description
Product Details

Table of Contents

Table of Contents for 101 Things Everyone Should Know About Science ISBN 13: 978-0-9678020-5-3 Introduction XI Questions Biology 13 Chemistry 17 Physics 21 Earth Science 25 General Science 29 Bonus 32 Answers Biology 35 Chemistry 59 Physics 79 Earth Science 99 General Science 121 Bonus 131 Science Resources 140 Index 148 Table of Contents for One Minute Mysteries:65 Short Mysteries You Solve With Science ISBN 13: 978-0-9678020-1-5 INTRODUCTIONS Why I Wrote This BookEric 11 Why I Wrote This BookNatalie 13 Life Science 15 1. Classified Information 17 2. Food for Thought 19 3. Bear Scare 21 4. The Horse's Fodder 23 5. Left in the Dark 25 6. Bugged by an Assignment 27 7. It's in the Blood 29 8. Seed of an Idea 31 9. Shell Game 33 10. A Question of Identity 35 11. Turning Over a New Leaf 37 12. The Pupil and the Pupae 39 13. A Fishy Solution 41 14. A Fair Contest 43 15. Hair Style 45 Earth and Space Science 47 16. Cloudy on the Concept 49 17. Shadow of a Doubt 51 18. Freeze Fall 53 19. Time for a Change 55 20. Stars in Their Eyes 57 21. Rain or Shine 59 22. Space Ship-Shape 61 23. Sight at Night 63 24. In Hot Water 65 25. Sands of Time 67 26. Falling Foliage 69 27. The Best-Laid Planets 71 28. That Snow Problem 73 29. Battle of the Bulge 75 30. Taking Directions 77 Physical and Chemical Science 79 31. Grass Stained 81 32. Faded Memory 83 33. Taken with a Grain of Salt 85 34. Double Dealing 87 35. Cabin Fever 89 36. Pumpkin Patch 91 37. Thirst for Knowledge 93 38. Gem Jam 95 39. Hearing Aide 97 40. Too Hot to Handle 99 41. Storm Warning 101 42. Fingering the Culprit 103 43. Slow Burn 105 44. It Works Like Magic 107 45. Hide and Seek 109 General Science 111 46. Needing a Lift 113 47. Water, Water Everywhere 115 48. Shocking Surprise 117 49. Stuck with the Mud 119 50. Valentine Vexation 121 51. Language Barrier 123 52. Powerful Argument 125 53. Nothing to Sneeze At 127 54. Lights Out 129 55. Salad Days 131 56. Bird Watching 133 57. Raked Over the Coals 135 58. Picture This 137 59. Weight Debate 139 60. Alarming Situation 141 BONUS SECTION Five More Minutes of Mysteries! 143 1. Water on the Brain 145 2. Pointing Out the Facts 147 3. Thrown a Curve 149 4. The Long Run 151 5. Occupational Hazards 153 Discover One Minute Mysteries: 65 Short Mysteries You Solve With Math! 155 1. Cereal Numbers 157 2. Jumping Through Hoops 159 3. Flooring Them 161 4. Toss-Up 163 5. Paper Chase 165 Index 169 Photo and Illustration Credits 172 About the Authors 173 Table of Contents for One Minute Mysteries: 65 MORE Short Mysteries You Science ISBN 13: 978-1-938492-00-6 INTRODUCTIONS Why I Wrote This BookEric 11 Why I Wrote This BookNatalie 13 Life Science 15 1. Cool as a Cucumber 17 2. Whale of a Time 19 3. Back to Nature 21 4. The Root of the Situation 23 5. Shoo Fly, Don't Bother Me 25 6. Think Outside the Box 27 7. Now You See It 29 8. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow 31 9. Egging Him On 33 10. One Good Turn 35 11. Horsing Around 37 12. Life Line 39 13. Order in the Courtyard 41 14. Put Your Back Into It 43 15. Sweating It Out 45 Earth and Space Science 47 16. It's All Alien to Me 49 17. Where in the World? 51 18. Up in the Air 53 19. A Good Look 55 20. Take a Hike 57 21. Think Green, Guys! 59 22. Soil Solution 61 23. Make a Wish 63 24. Don't Rain On My Parade 65 25. Ship Shape 67 26. Ups and Downs 69 27. Room for More? 71 28. Sundae Skies 73 29. On Top of the World 75 30. Clothes Call 77 Physical and Chemical Science 79 31. A Half-Baked Idea 81 32. True Colors 83 33. Tennis, Anyone? 85 34. Flying High 87 35. Eggcellent Idea 89 36. A Girl's Best Friend 91 37. Tea Trouble for Two 93 38. Finding a Solution 95 39. Drafty Days 97 40. Tricks with Bricks 99 41. The Tune-Up 101 42. Fire in the Hole 103 43. Statues on Wheels 105 44. Making Light of a Problem 107 45. The Reverberating Roar 109 General Science 111 46. Halloween Hippie 113 47. Weighting Game 115 48. Pooling Their Thoughts 117 49. Science Friction 119 50. To Catch a Chill 121 51. Silver, Where? 123 52. Court Code 125 53. Home on the Range 127 54. Time for a Change 129 55. Don't Let the Bugs Bite 131 56. A Floating Idea 133 57. Water on the Mind 135 58. Fill 'er Up 137 59. Rocks and Roles 139 60. Weight Off Your Back 141 Five More Minutes of Mysteries! 143 1. A Merry Experience 145 2. Clearing the Air 147 3. Oldies and Goodies 149 4. Keep a Balanced Diet 151 5. Tanks a Lot 153 Bonus Section: One Minute Mysteries: 65 Short Mysteries You Solve With Math! 155 1. All Wound Up 157 2. Chute in the Works 159 3. Ace of Clubs 161 4. Cold Blooded Calculations 163 5. And They Call This a Fair? 165 Photo and Illustration Credits 168 Index 169 About the Authors 173

About the Author

One Minute Mysteries: 65 Short Mysteries You Solve With Science and One Minute Mysteries: 65 MORE Short Mysteries You Solve With Science Eric Yoder is a writer and editor who has been published in a variety of magazines, newspapers, newsletters and online publications on science, government, law, business, sports and other topics. He has contributed to or edited numerous books, mainly in the areas of employee benefits and financial planning. A reporter at The Washington Post who also does freelance writing and editing, he was a member of the Advisory Committee for Science, Naturally's 101 Things Everyone Should Know About Science. He and his wife Patti have two daughters, Natalie and Valerie. Eric can be reached atEric@ScienceNaturally.com Natalie Yoder is a college student whose favorite subjects include psychology, science, and photography. A sports enthusiast, she participates in gymnastics, field hockey, diving, soccer, and track. She also enjoys writing, being with friends and family, and listening to music. She has been interviewed several times, along with her father, on National Public Radio to talk about their work on their One Minute Mysteries series: 65 Short Stories You Solve With Science! and 65 Short Mysteries You Solve With Math! She looks forward to writing more books. She is thinking about studying for careers in oceanography or photography. She can be reached atNatalie@ScienceNaturally.com 101 Things Everyone Should Know About Science Dia L. Michels is is the founder and president of Platypus Media, an independent press in Washington, DC, whose goal is to create and distribute materials that promote family life by educating grown-ups about infant development and by teaching children about the world around them. She is an award-winning science writer who has written or edited over a dozen books for adults and children. Her titles include Breastfeeding at a Glance: Facts, Figures and Trivia about Breastfeeding, Milk, Money and Madness: The Culture and Politics of Breastfeeding, and 101 Things Everyone Should Know About Science. She teaches family science classes at children's and science museums around the US. She has spoken at national and international conferences for such groups as American Association for the Advancement of Science, National Association of Biology Teachers, La Leche League International, Smithsonian Institution, and the Museum of Science. Dia lives in Washington, DC, with her husband and their three children. She can be reached at Dia@ScienceNaturally.com. Nathan Levy is a prolific writer. Some of his books include Stories with Holes, Whose Clues? and 100 Intriguing Questions. A gifted educator, Nathan worked directly with children, teachers and parents in his thirty five years as a teacher and principal. He has developed unique teaching strategies that encouraged the love of learning. He has also mentored more than thirty current principals and superintendents, as well as helped to train thousands of teachers and parents in strategies that encourage the love of learning. For the past thirty years, Nathan has led workshops at state and national education conferences all over the world. When hired to conduct school-based and district service, his ideas have helped raise pupil achievement and restore enthusiasm to the educational staff. Nathan has done workshops in the areas of reading language arts, social studies, math, critical thinking, gifted, special education, classroom management and is available for parent and business conferences. He can be reached at Nathan@ScienceNaturally.com.

Reviews

Encouraging critical thinking skills, it teaches children to think quickly and scientifically. One Minute Mysteries: 65 Short Mysteries You Solve With Science! is a highly recommended purchase for science teachers who want to introduce a bit of extra fun into the classroom. -- Willis M. Buhle, Reviewer, Buhle's Bookshelf These books are some of the most engaging nonfiction books I have ever read! They correlate so well with our science curriculum and the Common Core State Standards. The reason we love them is because they have real-world applications. With Mississippi adopting the new Common Core State Standards, using nonfiction texts is very important. Science, Naturally!'s books are an excellent asset to our teachers' resource libraries! -- Sonya Smith, Science Coordinator, ATOMS2XP (Advancing Teachers of Middle School Science) and IMPACT2 (In-depth Mathematical Practices and Content Teacher Training), Miss. State, MS I have been using your first One Minute Mysteries book as BRAIN activities with my 6th grade science class. It has been such a hit! The students love them because they are challengingpuzzles to be solved with their peers. They compete enthusiastically to solve each mystery before their classmates. I love them because each mystery kick-starts their brains into a critical thinking, problem solving mode in just minutes at the beginning of each class. The scenarios stimulate wonderful scientific debates among my students. They are a fun strategy for the students to apply their science knowledge to real world problems. This next book is as riveting as the original! I look forward to adding it to my classroom resources. Thanks again for creating this wonderful addition to science teaching and learning! -- Margie Hawkins, 6th Grade Science Teacher, Winfree Bryant MS, Lebanon, TN, NSTA STEM Forum and Expo Steering Committee Science teachers will thank you for having this book in your collection! Readers will be lured by the catchy story titles and short mysteries that cover wide variety of science themes in Life Science, Earth and Space Science, Physical and Chemical Science, and General Science. The science content is woven into the story seamlessly, while keeping the stories to a page length. With the Common Core Standards requiring reading and writing across the subject areas, this book is perfect. The stories provide a wonderful opportunity to use content knowledge and critical thinking skills to construct a response. The captivating stories will encourage even the most reluctant reader. This is a great read for kids who love science as well as a valuable resource for teachers. -- Pamela K. Simmons, Library Media Specialist, Penn Ya, New York Library Media Connection, Recommended This is a fantastic book for quizzing students during the last 10 minutes of class or as a transition activity. The resource section at the back of the book offers fabulous ideas and resources for budding scientists, and the index is very helpful. It can be used for a review after a unit of study, to supplement a unit of study, or to extend a unit of study. Overall, it would be a great addition to any classroom library! -- Tracy Alley, Teacher & Coordinator of Gifted Programs Madeira City Schools & Adjunct Professor, University of Cincinnati In 101 Things Everyone Should Know About Science, children and adults alike find clear and engaging explanations of complex phenomena. Michels and Levy's book not only provides us with answers, but more importantly, also gives us the tools to ask the next question, and the next, and the next... 101 Things Everyone Should Know About Science encourages a lifetime of curiosity about the world around us! -- Julie Edmonds, Ph.D., Associate Director, Carnegie Academy for Science Education

Ask a Question About this Product More...
Write your question below:
Look for similar items by category
Item ships from and is sold by Fishpond.com, Inc.
Back to top