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Originally published as UNESCO source book for science teaching.

Originally published as UNESCO source book for science teaching. 700 Science Experiments is a science source book containing simple experiments that use materials easily found. Includes bibliographies. Donor challenge: This is the last day your donation will be matched 2-to-1. Triple your impact! To the Internet Archive Community, Time is running out: please help the Internet Archive today.

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700 Science Experiments is a science source book containing simple experiments that use materials easily found at home

700 Science Experiments is a science source book containing simple experiments that use materials easily found at home. Students who want to supplement their scientific studies at school, as well as those looking for alternative ways to study science, will enjoy discovering how things work, why they grow, what they are made of, and how they live. Compiled by the United 700 Science Experiments is a science source book containing simple experiments that use materials easily found at home

Excellent young persons scientific experiment book that hasn't dated. Published by Thriftbooks.

Excellent young persons scientific experiment book that hasn't dated. com User, 12 years ago. This book is a must for any secondary school science club or school fair (age 11+, and probably of particular interest to boys). The 250 pages are crammed with 700 experiments that adults and children can do at home or school. Many experiments would suit preteens with some adult help, and would be suitable for fun Primary school demos. The experiments cover everything from static electricity, forces and rocks to plants and animals and the weather.

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Unesco (compiled by) w/foreword by Gerald Wendt. Published by Doubleday & C. nd, c. Used.

Since the first appearance of the 700 Science Experiments for Everyone in December 1956, many valuable .

This has led to minor revisions being made in each of the reprints. GERALD WENDT Former Head, Division of Science Education, UNESCO The purposes of this book There are many places in the world where both facilities and equipment for science teaching are at present inadequate. Such places are to be found in areas that are more advanced in the applications of science, as well as in other regions.

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Presents instructions for more than 700 amateur projects from all fields of general science
Gralmeena
This book's claim of 700 science experiments for "everyone" is a little bit of a stretch. I was hoping for something that really gave me some experiments that I could use with my students, and don't get me wrong I did find some. But many were very rudimentary and low level. I do like to do "kitchen" science for both financial convenience and real world application in my classroom, but I also need experiments that have value to my curriculum. This book left me little to give a learning stretch for higher level students.
Acebiolane
I loved this book as a kid. It was a lot of fun to read and the experiments I tried were fun to implement. I even combined a couple of the experiments into a siphon powered water fountain that got me to the science fair finals.

As another reviewer noted, the descriptions of the science behind the experiments is brief. A really deep understanding of the principals behind the experiments needs a little reading outside of the book, but it was intended as a teaching aid, not a textbook all by itself. I'm getting a copy to use with my son, largely because I learned so much and had so much fun with it when I was a kid.
The Sinners from Mitar
too complicated
Anen
The book is a rare find for this retired chemistry professor. A wonderful introduction to science experiments for teenagers, but some are a little dangerous and should not be attempted without an adult around, at least for discussion. This book was written before our society became as litigious as it is now.
Helldor
A book from my childhood exploring the stacks at the Canton Public Library.
Vikus
my 10 yr old who loves science found this book in the undusted section of his school library(he also loves old things) and loved it. i thought i would try amazon and amazingly it was here. old experiments, got a used copy obviously and it was from a public library beginning in the 80's just like from our school library. cool old book and kudos to amazon for once again having anything on earth we might think to go look for.
INvait
This book is a must for any secondary school science club or school fair (age 11+, and probably of particular interest to boys). The 250 pages are crammed with 700 experiments that adults and children can do at home or school. Many experiments would suit preteens with some adult help, and would be suitable for fun Primary school demos. The experiments cover everything from static electricity, forces and rocks to plants and animals and the weather. They tend to concentrate on fun physics which is very usefull as many kids find that subject rather dull. A few 'experiments' are ideas like 'setting up an aquarium for larger water animals' or are informative like 'a chart of the constellations of the zodiac' (but don't expect much detail). The book also has ten pages devoted to suggestions for the teaching of general science. Note that this is a book of 'experiments' as stated in the title, and not a 'theory' book. Having a PhD in science and a school teaching qualification I suppose I don't need any detailed 'theory' in the text, but as discussed by other reviewers younger Primary school children (under 10) may not understand why things happen from this book and would benefit from an adult's explanation. Older kids will get the theory from standard school text books and their teachers, and so enjoy the experiments more. In many cases it may also be fun working out why it is happening (try the net and library books).

The book is really a facimile of the original book published in the late 50's ('revised & enlarged' in 1962), so the appendices listing books and periodicals like UK's 'Meccano Magazine Monthly' at 1 Shilling (20 cents) per copy are hopelessly out of date, although they add a real period charm. The experiments are classics though and haven't dated (but don't expect DNA sequencing). The book is nicely bound and presented with a 'modern' looking cover. It has loads of 'line drawing' illustrations (typically 4+ per page). It is a hard read though for younger children and they will need adult help.

The reviews on the book's back cover probably say it all: "A book of simple experiments requiring materials readily available at home", "Usefull for science clubs and fair projects", "A rare find for the scientifically inclined youth. It is complete, fascinating and comprehensive", "Try this book for family fun and learning". The book was created by a team of US, UK and French 'science instructors', and compiled by UNESCO in Paris.
I used this when teaching 7th grade science in Chicago's inner city in the early 1970's. I had a table and a sink. That was it. No textbooks, no equipment. How ironic, right? One of the world's riches cities and shamefully underfunded schools. I fear little has changed.
700 Science Experiments for Everyone ebook
Author:
Unesco
Category:
Science Fiction & Fantasy
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1127 kb
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Publisher:
Doubleday Books for Young Readers; Revised, Enlarged edition (February 6, 1964)
Pages:
256 pages
Rating:
4.7
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