Science Makes Art: Movement

Science Makes Art: Movement

Hardback Published on: 14/11/2024
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Published 14/11/2024
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Synopsis

Understand the science of forces and movement by making art

Feeling a bit stuck with the topic of movement? This book will help you to work like a scientist: testing ideas, making investigations and doing experiments. But you'll also be an artist, using different kinds of materials, techniques and movements to make art. Let's get moving!

Science Makes Art skilfully blends science theory with fun art projects to encourage learning and creativity. It's the perfect series to introduce key science principles and for cross-curricular and topic based learning.

Using materials from around the home, the art projects include:
- A nosey elephant
- Drawing spirals
- Pendulums
- Swinging art
- Spinning discs

Contents:
Equipment and Materials/What is Movement?/Moving in a Straight Line/ A Circular Movement/ Spirals/ Pendulum Swings/ Movement About An Axis/ Rolling/ Flexible Movement/ The Illusion of Movement/ Further Ideas/Glossary/Index

Ideal for readers age 8+.
Collect the rest of the series: Colour, Energy, Light, Materials, Materials.

  • Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
  • ISBN: 9781526326393
  • Number of pages: 32
  • Dimensions: 271 x 213 mm

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