Cool Science Experiments for Kids - Sumita Mukherjee - GIVEAWAY!


With this book all you need to do is gather a few household items and you can recreate dozens of mind-blowing, kid-tested science experiments. Meant for kids between six to ten, it is an easy-to-follow, step-by-step instruction book for children. It introduces kids to the magic of motion, energy, chemistry, art, games, math fun; understanding basic scientific principles and most importantly, having a blast making them. Inside this book you will find projects that bursts, glows, erupts, spins, runs, ticks and more!

Sumita Mukherjee is a NASA STEM certified leader and children’s book author. She has been fortunate enough to travel around the globe, explore many countries and meet different people. Mysteries and adventures have been captured from there in the form of Keiko and Kenzo’s travel adventure series. These books are to inspire young readers to know and appreciate various countries, develop a love for discovery and learn about the world around them. Her series of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) books encourages kids to invent and explore, to empower themselves and see themselves as world leaders and problem solvers. Her books celebrate diversity, spark curiosity and capture children's imaginations! Sumita currently lives in Toronto with her family.

Her website, WizKids.Club was created with a vision to raise the next generation of creative leaders. WizKids.Club offers highly engaging kids activities, educational books, experiments, hands-on projects, DIYs, travel stories and engineering books perfect for children 4-12 years to spark creativity and scientific learning.

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There are a handful of good ideas in here. I am a nanny for four children ranging from 18 mo - 11 yrs., there are  few of these projects I plan on doing with them. I like the zip line out of a plastic cup and straw and the pulley system also out of a cup, straw and a ribbon spool, and last I liked the exploding plastic baggie.

My biggest problem with book is that there were way too many things that needed Lego's. That's fine if that was what you were looking for. I thought maybe there should be a separate book of "cool science things made with Lego's". Also you needed special small batteries and wires for a few.

So a few cool ideas but this book did not blow me away.

I voluntarily posted this review after receiving a copy of this book from RABT book tours -  Thank You!  

Order your copy from Amazon (the Kindle version is only 1.99, so that's cool!) - HERE 

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  1. Thanks so much for hosting me and sharing my book!


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