Gravity by Jason ChinWhat keeps objects from floating out of your hand?
What if your feet drifted away from the ground?
What stops everything from floating into space?
As in his previous books, Redwoods, Coral Reefs, and Island, Jason Chin has taken a complex subject and made it brilliantly accessible to young readers in this unusual, innovative, and very beautiful book.
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Force, Motion and Gravity
Gravity is one of the earliest forces that children usually learn about. And these books about gravity will help children understand. From science experiment ideas to cute stories about being weightless, these are all fun and educational reads. You can find these books at your local library or purchase through the affiliate links provided for your convenience. Introducing your children early to science gives them a broader foundation for understanding the world around them. What is it that pulls everything from rocks to rockets toward the center of the earth? Nobody can say exactly what it is, but gravity is there, pulling on everything, all the time.
Clever illustrations follow the shadow of a sweet and spunky girl around the world, showing different phases of the moon as seen from the Eiffel Tower to the Amazon Rainforest. Best for: Preschool-Grade 3. In this interplanetary retelling of the Three Little Pigs , the mother of young alien siblings Bork, Gork and Nklxwcyz sends them out into space to find their own homes. Zelda is determined to be the first chicken in space. Even so, she refuses to give up on her stellar dream.
Books about Gravity for Children
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Sharing is caring - thank you for spreading the word! There are so many fascinating aspects of space travel that children seem to be drawn to. For some kids, it is the thought of being weightless in space and having to navigate zero gravity that captures their imagination. Other children might be more interested in spaceships and space travel. Note: For more space-related activities, see my Space Unit Study page.