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Usborne junior illustrated science dictionary / Sarah Khan and Dr. Lisa Jane Gillespie.

By: Khan, SarahContributor(s): Gillespie, Lisa JaneMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Usborne illustrated dictionariesPublication details: London : Usborne Publishing Ltd, 2012Description: 136 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 1409565734 (paperback); 9781409565734 (paperback)Subject(s): Science | Single-parent families | Outer space | Materials | Plants | Animals | SiblingsDDC classification: 503
Contents:
Living things -- Life processes -- Looking at plats -- Looking at flowers -- Looking at seeds -- Growing plants -- Looking at animals -- How animals move -- Sense -- Teeth -- Eating -- Food groups -- Circulation -- Keeping healhty -- Reproduction -- Life cycles -- Micro-organisms -- Fungi -- Habitats -- Biomes -- Materials -- Materials -- Hardness and flexibility -- Materials and heat -- Everyday materials -- Metals -- Disposing and recycling -- Solids, liquids and gases -- Changing state -- Electrical conductors -- Soil and rocks -- Air and the atmosphere -- Mixtures -- Separating mixtures -- Changing materials -- Forces -- Forces in motion -- Gravity -- Friction -- Pressure -- Magnets -- Elasticity -- Floating -- Machines -- Energy -- Energy -- Electricity -- Light -- Heat -- Sound -- Music -- The Earth and space -- Our universe -- The Earth and Sun -- The Moon -- Space exploration -- Science at work -- Scientific enquiry -- Preparing an investigation -- How to do an experiment -- Measuring -- Units of measurement -- Showing your results -- Famous scientists -- Index
Summary: Vibrant and straight-talking, this illustrated dictionary will help children develop firm foundations for confidence and success in science from UK Key Stage 2 onwards. Contains clear definitions of over 700 key terms and concepts, with hundreds of useful examples and illustrations. Readers can dip in for quick explanations or read through by subject to grasp the essentials. A perfect accompaniment to homework, and with links to recommended science websites for further information. -- http://www.usborne.com/
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IES Gothenburg Krokslätt
Non-fiction 503 Kha (Browse shelf (Opens below)) 1 Available 297814095657341
Printed book Printed book IES Halmstad
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IES Ostersund
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Living things -- Life processes -- Looking at plats -- Looking at flowers -- Looking at seeds -- Growing plants -- Looking at animals -- How animals move -- Sense -- Teeth -- Eating -- Food groups -- Circulation -- Keeping healhty -- Reproduction -- Life cycles -- Micro-organisms -- Fungi -- Habitats -- Biomes -- Materials -- Materials -- Hardness and flexibility -- Materials and heat -- Everyday materials -- Metals -- Disposing and recycling -- Solids, liquids and gases -- Changing state -- Electrical conductors -- Soil and rocks -- Air and the atmosphere -- Mixtures -- Separating mixtures -- Changing materials -- Forces -- Forces in motion -- Gravity -- Friction -- Pressure -- Magnets -- Elasticity -- Floating -- Machines -- Energy -- Energy -- Electricity -- Light -- Heat -- Sound -- Music -- The Earth and space -- Our universe -- The Earth and Sun -- The Moon -- Space exploration -- Science at work -- Scientific enquiry -- Preparing an investigation -- How to do an experiment -- Measuring -- Units of measurement -- Showing your results -- Famous scientists -- Index

Vibrant and straight-talking, this illustrated dictionary will help children develop firm foundations for confidence and success in science from UK Key Stage 2 onwards. Contains clear definitions of over 700 key terms and concepts, with hundreds of useful examples and illustrations. Readers can dip in for quick explanations or read through by subject to grasp the essentials. A perfect accompaniment to homework, and with links to recommended science websites for further information. -- http://www.usborne.com/

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