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來自地大物博,高度重視自然科普教育的澳洲編輯團隊,專為幼兒園大班到小學四年級學童編寫的分級科普讀本,涵蓋生物、化學、地球科學、天文、和物理。適中的文章長度,簡易文字搭配引導式照片,帶領學生建構科普知識觀並學習相關英文詞彙。
Students will explore ideas, employ scientific procedures and get their hands dirty with experiments and insightful activities collecting, analyzing and interpreting data. Materials in this series are linked to the Australian National Curriculum so you get the appropriate methodology and content for your needs!

 
 
 
Soft or Hard? Oil and Water Kitchen Scientist Keeping Ice Cold Invisible Words Crystals Can a Paperclip Float? Spot the Difference Pet Food What's on the Outside Looking at Liquids Metals and their Uses Newton and the Goo What's the Matter? Has It Changed? Mixing Mystery Hiding in Water Build It: Hoop Glider Do Sharks Sleep? A Growing Mystery Build It: Hoop Glider How & Why: Hot Places How & Why? Cool Places How & Why: Cold Places Build It: The Balloon Trick Build It: Paper Helicopter Wind Farms What Can We Grow? What a Waste Mars: <i>The red planet</i> Earth: <i>Our home planet</i> Weather Watchers How & Why: The Pinnacles How & Why: Day & Night Fun Facts: The Butterfly Fun Facts: The Platypus Build It: The Balloon Trick Build It: Paper Helicopter Fun Facts: Jellyfish Uranus: <i>The sideways planet</i> What Will Roll What Makes Heat? The Light-bulb Push and Pull My Jet Plane My Bridge Making a Magnet It's Rocket Science Heat on the Move Build It: Paper Jet Build It: Paper Jet How & Why: Warm Places Neptune: <i>The windy planet</i> Pluto: <i>King of the Kuiper Belt</i> Moons: <i>Natural satellites</i> Saturn: <i>The ringed planet</i> Jupiter: <I>The red-eyed planet</i> The Pinnacles six Seasons and Clothes My Shadow Clock Changing Seasons A Soil Experiment Mercury: <i>The smallest planet</i> What Is Sound? What Is Light? Does the Moon Grow? What Do Plants Need? What Helps Things Live? A String Telephone Will It Stretch? Five Beans What Shape is Water? My Marvellous Magnifier Living or Non-living? Keeping Silkworms Growth Frogs and Tadpoles Venus: <I>The cloudy planet</I> Will It Change?