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Mason Jar Science

40 Slimy, Squishy, Super-Cool Experiments; Capture Big Discoveries in a Jar, from the Magic of Chemistry and Physics to the Amazing Worlds of Earth Science and Biology

Jonathan Adolph

Hardcover

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Description

Mom's Choice Award Gold Winner
Nautilus Book Awards Silver Winner


Heatproof, transparent, and durable, the mason jar is a science lab just waiting to be discovered. Unlock its potential with 40 dynamic experiments for budding scientists ages 8 and up. Using just a jar and a few ordinary household items, children learn to create miniature clouds, tiny tornadoes, small stalactites, and, of course, great goo and super slime! With a little ingenuity, the jar can be converted into a lava lamp, a water prism, a balloon barometer, and a compass. Each fun-packed project offers small-scale ways to illustrate the big-picture principles of chemistry, botany, biology, physics, and more.


Praise For Mason Jar Science: 40 Slimy, Squishy, Super-Cool Experiments; Capture Big Discoveries in a Jar, from the Magic of Chemistry and Physics to the Amazing Worlds of Earth Science and Biology

“Grab your Mason jars, ask questions, and make a mess! Science is awesome.” — Lynn Brunelle, Author of Pop Bottle Science and Big Science for Little People 

“You don't need big budgets or fancy equipment to do real science with this book, perfect for every budding home scientist.” — ‘Science Bob’ Pflugfelder, founder of sciencebob.com and co-author of the Nick and Tesla science adventure series

Storey Publishing, LLC, 9781612129860, 136pp.

Publication Date: May 29, 2018



About the Author

Jonathan Adolph is the author of Cardboard Box Engineering and the best-selling Mason Jar Science. As the former editor of the award-winning FamilyFun magazine, he developed hundreds of “stealth learning” games and kitchen-science activities during his 20-year career. He specializes in making technical information fun for kids and is an adjunct professor of journalism at the University of Massachusetts. He lives with his family in Amherst, Massachusetts.