Energy: Its Forms, Changes, & Functions
by Tom Derosa & Carolyn Reeves
88 page 11 x 8½ paperback (Full Color)
Retail Price: $12.99
Experience the science of fun!
In this new Investigate the Possibilities series for 3rd-6th grades, elementary physics is made easy and fun! This remarkable full-color book is filled with experiments and hands-on activities helping students learn how and why magnets work, different kinds of energy from wind to waves, and concepts from nuclear power to solar energy. Science comes alive as students are guided through simplified key concepts of elementary physics and through hands-on applications.
You will discover:
• What happens to light waves when we see different colors
• How you can see an invisible magnetic field
• The essential parts of an electric circuit
• How solar eneregy can be changed into electrical energy
Investigate the wonderful world God has made with science that is both exciting and educationally outstanding in this comprehensive series! The main textbook can be combined with the student journal and teacher's guide for a complete educational set. Other books in the series focus on elementary chemistry and physical science.
About the Authors:
Authors Tom DeRosa and Carolyn Reeves are committed biblical creationists with a combined 60 years teaching science. Both are excellent at helping students experience science concepts in the world around them.
Tom Derosa studied biblical creation and became committed to breaking down the barrier of a lack of knowledge about the biblical account of creation that is keeping people from Christ. In 1988 he formed Creation Studies Institute and has authored several books.
Carolyn Reeves, Ph.D., and her husband make their home in Oxford, Mississippi where they are active members of North Oxford Baptist Church. Carolyn retired after a 30-year career as a science teacher, finished a doctoral degree in science education, and began a new venture as a writer and an educational consultant. The Reeves have three children, three in-law children and nine grandchildren.