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Science Nature & How It Works
  • Author:
    Chris Oxlade
  • ISBN:
    141090993X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1410909930
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    Heinemann-Raintree (September 15, 2005)
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    32 pages
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Using Materials" focuses on the uses of a wide range of different materials, their applications, properties and why certain materials are selected for particular roles. Images help pupils to see these materials' uses, from the everyday to the unusual

Using Materials" focuses on the uses of a wide range of different materials, their applications, properties and why certain materials are selected for particular roles. Images help pupils to see these materials' uses, from the everyday to the unusual. The books explain where the materials come from and whether they are natural or man-made. They promote discussion regarding the sustainability of materials and the environmental impact.

How We Use Glass book. Chris Oxlade is the best-selling author of more than 150 non-fiction books, most of them explaining complex scientific ideas and modern technology to young readers in readable text. Books by Chris Oxlade. Mor. rivia About How We Use Glass.

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How We Use Wool’ will give you answers to these and many other questions: Why are wool clothes warm? Where does wool come from? Why don’t we use wool to make wetsuits? About the Author: Heinemann Library is a Heinemann Raintree author. Default shipping is by USPS Media Mail and frequently USPS Priority Mail or UPS Ground is used.

What do we use glass for? Photo: Glass can be used to recycle other materials. Atoms Under the Floorboards by Chris Woodford. Uranium glass has an unusual yellow-green color and glows in ultraviolet light. These glass pieces were made using waste uranium from the cleanup of the Fernald uranium processing plant near Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Vitrification (turning a material into glass) is one way to dispose of nuclear waste safely. Picture by courtesy of US Department of Energy. If you're looking for a more light-hearted approach, my recent book explores the wonders of glass in "Chapter 8: Amazing Glazing.

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How We Use Glass will give you answers to these and many other questions: How do we make glass? . Each application of materials acts as a starting point for learning about the properties of each material.

Each application of materials acts as a starting point for learning about the properties of each material. For example, why is glass used in windows but not used to make shoes? For a unique perspective, Don't Use It boxes describe how the matieral shouldn't be used.

Readers will become masters of science using objects found in their everyday lives to conduct experiments with matter and materials. They are introduced to the essential concepts of matter and material, then asked to use their knowledge through age-appropriate and fun experiments. Each experiment comes with step-by-step instructions and accompanying photos, as well as helpful hints and safety reminders.

Designed for young independent readers of between 6 and 8, "Perspectives" combines core non-fiction features with an emphasis on research skills with visual design. "Using Materials" focuses on the uses of a wide range of different materials, their applications, properties and why certain materials are selected for particular roles. Images help pupils to see these materials' uses, from the everyday to the unusual. The books explain where the materials come from and whether they are natural or man-made. They promote discussion regarding the sustainability of materials and the environmental impact.