Sheet Pan Science

25 Fun, Simple Science Experiments for the Kitchen Table; Super-Easy Setup and Cleanup

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Pub Date 13 Sep 2022 | Archive Date 21 Jul 2022

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With Sheet Pan Science, contain the mess and let the fun overflow with 25 safe, easy physics, biology, and chemistry projects.

Each project in the book contains simple instructions, easy-to-understand science explanations, and step-by-step photographic guides. While a stovetop or freezer may occasionally be required, most steps of the experiments can be performed directly on a rimmed baking sheet.

Messy play is important for young learners. Mixing colors, creating bubbly chemical reactions, and playing with goo are visual and tactile experiences that create strong memory pathways. In addition to allowing kids to explore and hone problem-solving skills, science experimentation encourages curiosity and engages a sense of wonder. A sheet pan and a few simple ingredients will instantly transform any kitchen countertop into a laboratory bench filled with fizzy fun.

The projects in Sheet Pan Science cater to a wide range of interests. While some kids love getting their hands into cornstarch goo, others will enjoy creating colorful tie-dye milk. Using a lemon, aspiring geologists can test rock collections to see whether they contain limestone. Art lovers may gravitate towards fabric dying and leaf prints, while budding chefs can play with edible experiments. Ice Globe create a colorful explosion of carbon dioxide gas foaming from hollow frozen spheres.

Engage your child with hours of science fun and learning.
With Sheet Pan Science, contain the mess and let the fun overflow with 25 safe, easy physics, biology, and chemistry projects.

Each project in the book contains simple instructions, easy-to-understand...

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Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an arc in exchange for an honest review- all thoughts and opinions are my own!

Loved this! The visuals, the amount of info-
Perfect for kids to follow along to, and as a homeschooling mama- the least amount of clean up after science experiments, the better. Sheet pan projects?! Perfection.

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buenos, interesantes experimentos para niños y con cosas que puedes encontrar en tu casa o súper fáciles de encontrar. algo para entretenerlos y que a la vez aprendan.

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Sheet Pan Science is a fun and exciting way to introduce science, biology and physics to children. This book uses mostly household items and a sheet pan to contain the mess. There're 25 child-friendly experiments to keep your child engaged for hours. Each experiment has step-by-step instructions, picture and text directions, and the science behind each experiment.

What I love about this book is children learning science by getting their hands dirty. I appreciate that this book uses multi-sensory learning; I've found the knowledge stays with my children longer using overlapping sensory learning. It's the perfect time of year to take your supplies outside to a picnic table and use the water hose for a quick cleanup.

Thank you, NetGalley and Quarto Publishing Group, for providing me with a digital ARC for an honest review.

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Thank you, Quarto Publishing Group - Quarry, for the advance review copy.

Fun, easy experiments for the youngsters which require only the common, easily accessible items at home.

The steps are basic and easy to follow. I appreciate the inclusion of real pictures. The content is presented in a manner it's fun to read the instructions and so colourful throughout.

However, I feel the necessity of using protective instructions are lacking. Otherwise, it's a good collection of experiments anyone can perform.

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