Out-of-Sight Science Experiments
Date Posted: 06/30/2011By Dr. Lillian Rankel and Marilyn Winograd
In Large print/Contracted braille, with illustrations, $20
Who says science isn't fun?
Get kids excited about hands-on science using ordinary materials, like straws, plastic bottles, cups, magnets, clay, sand, and paper clips. Each step-by-step experiment is simply explained for young blind and low-vision scientists. Make balloon rockets, musical instruments, acid rain, volcanoes, glaciers, moving hands, and more!
Don't wait for chemistry or biology class to explore the sciences – get some experience under your belt now! No prior experience is required. Safely uses household materials.
A perfect and safe summertime activity for parents and kids!