An amazing new Richard Scarry collection filled with hilarious stories about jet planes, rockets, spacecraft and other things that fly! It's the perfect partner to Cars and Trucks and Things that Go and set to be a new Scarry favourite.
Author: Richard Scarry
Publisher: HarperCollins Children's Books
This collection of classic stories from Richard Scarry is filled with jet planes, rockets, spacecraft and other things that fly! It's the perfect partner to 'Cars and Trucks and Things that Go'.
The word “fly" means something special to frogs, because “flies" are things they
like to eat. My tummy did a flip-flop just thinking about that. “Never mind,” I told
him. I started thinking about things that fly, like birds, airplanes, rockets ... and
Author: Betty G. Birney
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Humphrey's eleventh adventure celebrates stories, writing, and the power of the imagination! Imaginations are running wild in Mrs. Brisbane’s class, but Humphrey is stumped. His friends are writing about where they would go if they could fly, but Humphrey is HAPPY-HAPPY-HAPPY right where he is in Room 26. It’s pawsitively easy for Humphrey to picture exciting adventures with dragons and knights in the story Mrs. Brisbane is reading aloud. He has no trouble coming up with Plans to help his friends and tricks to entertain them. His imagination even goes a little too far when he wonders if Carlos’s imaginary friend might be a ghost. If only his imagination wouldn’t disappear when he tries to write. Luckily, Humphrey likes a challenge, and Mrs. Brisbane has lots of writing tips that do the trick.
... Space is How Things Fly, sponsored by Boeing. As its name suggests, the
gallery is filled with small, hands-on displays, most about the size of a phone
booth, that demonstrate the physical principles of airplane and rocket flight: thrust
, drag, ...
Author: Eve Zibart
Publisher: Unofficial Guides
Things were looking really good, and I was really enjoying the flight. All ofa
sudden the engine went “blurp” and quit. William “Pete” Knight The T~39
Sabreliner cruised eastward through the cold early December air at 40,000 feet.
Author: Michelle L. Evans
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
With the Soviet Union’s launch of the first Sputnik satellite in 1957, the Cold War soared to new heights as Americans feared losing the race into space. The X-15 Rocket Plane tells the enthralling yet little-known story of the hypersonic X-15, the winged rocket ship that met this challenge and opened the way into human-controlled spaceflight. Drawing on interviews with those who were there, Michelle Evans captures the drama and excitement of, yes, rocket science: how to handle the heat generated at speeds up to Mach 7, how to make a rocket propulsion system that could throttle, and how to safely reenter the atmosphere from space and make a precision landing. This book puts a human face on the feats of science and engineering that went into the X-15 program, many of them critical to the development of the Space Shuttle. And, finally, it introduces us to the largely unsung pilots of the X-15. By the time of the Apollo 11 moon landing, thirty-one American astronauts had flown into space—eight of them astronaut-pilots of the X-15. The X-15 Rocket Plane restores these pioneers, and the others who made it happen, to their rightful place in the history of spaceflight.
SPACE ROCKET Use this simple space rocket for birthday and other party
decorations. Metallic papers are best. You will need Letter or notebook paper
Pencil, scissors Fold the paper in half. J r2 O ; Fold it in half again. You now have
Author: Florence Temko
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Presents simple instructions for folding paper to make airplanes and other flying things including the glider, star ship, helicopter, pterosaur, and even the Concorde.
Why does a commercial airplane extend slats and flaps from its wings during
takeoffs and landings ? What pushes airplanes and rockets forward in flight ?
How can some airplanes fly upside down ? Why do most fast commercial aircraft
Author: Louis Bloomfield
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
HOW THINGS WORK is about ordinary objects and the physics concepts that make them possible. Its cover illustrates how often waves appears in our world. While ocean surf is clearly an example of waves (p. 250), so is the light form the lighthouse, the rippling motion of the guitar strings, and the sound emerging from the CD in its player. When you pluck a guitar song, you fill it with waves. The strength of these waves and the timbre of the resulting sound depend upon where and how you plucked the string and on the structure of the guitar itself. You can distinguish a guitar from a piano or help by listening for the unique mixture of waves on its strings (p. 242). A lighthouse uses an enormous lens to bend light waves from its lamp into a narrow beam that sailors can see for a hundred kilometers. A large-diameter lens is needed because waves leaving a small-diameter lens spread outward like ripples on a pond and can't stay together as a bright, narrow beam (p. 427). A CD encodes the air pressure fluctuations in sound waves as a pattern of tiny pits on its shiny surface. The CD player reads these pits with a laser to reproduce the recorded sound. Arcs of audio and error-recovery information are arranged in a spinal around the disk's center so that a scratch outward from the middle of the disk is unlikely to cause any noticeable loss of music (p. 424).
Let go of the plane and watch it sail! 6 7 ; Don't pull the flyer too far back when
you launch it. The rubber band may pull the clip off and cause it to hit your finger.
1 Garbage Bag Box Kite Few things are as fun as flying a kite on a windy day.
Author: Tammy Enz
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
"Provides children with instructions and tips on how to build a variety of vehicles"--
Today the air is full of flying things. Commercial jumbo jets, news helicopters,
small private planes, model rockets—they and many more have to share a sky
that once seemed infinite. With each new use of the air, the law had to adjust.
Author: Stuart Banner
Publisher: Harvard University Press
We are surrounded by things that fly: animals such as birds and insects; and
machines such as airplanes, gliders, balloons and rockets. Aeronautics is the
science of how things fly and how to build things that fly. The resources I have
Author: Harley Hahn
Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Osborne Media
Category: Computer network resources
Lists and describes Internet resources on subjects ranging from agriculture to zoology, pointing out those that are useful, bizarre, or otherwise noteworthy.
Compensation will soon have to be devised for the effect on instruments and in
blind flying — the earth will not be ... In early tests , the rocket car , precursor of
the rocket plane , reached a speed of 103 miles an hour in the first ten seconds .
Author: Arthur Kissam Train
A handbook of information on the way of life during more than 300 years of American being. This is an analysis of the houses, furniture, clothes, food, agriculture, transportation, industry, community life -- each subject covered under each period (seventeenth century, eighteenth century, nineteenth century). Fully illustrated, with the expanded captions.
HIGH FLYING OBJECTS PLANES , ROCKETS , AND SATELLITES The
photography of high flying objects certainly covers a multitude of things which fly ,
float or drift in or near our upper atmosphere . These range from ordinary high
Author: Henry E. Paul
Category: Astronomical photography
Things That Move Through Air and Living Things That Move Through Water. ...
For example: □ examine pictures and models of planes, rockets, and hang
gliders □ examine play darts, lawn darts, or archery equipment and observe how
Author: Jennifer Elizabeth Lawson
Publisher: Portage & Main Press
The 12 lessons in this module introduce students to Bernoulli's principle and the forces affecting flight. Students examine and compare aircraft and spacecraft through a study of the history of flight 3⁄4and design, construct, and test their own flying devices.Also included:materials lists activity descriptions questioning techniques activity centre and extension ideas assessment suggestions activity sheets and visuals The module offers a detailed introduction to the Hands-On Science program (guiding principles, implementation guidelines, an overview of the skills that young students use and develop during scientific inquiry), a list of children's books and websites related to the science topics introduced, and a classroom assessment plan with record-keeping templates.
Among other things , they prepared nontechnical background information on
rockets for the Joint Chiefs of Staff . ... The greatest hope at the time was with the
4.5 - inch plane - to - plane rocket being developed for the Army by Hickman's ...
Things. John1:43-51. Jesus answered, “Do you believe because I told you that I
saw you under the fig tree? You will see greater things than these.” (v. 50) Object:
an airplane model — the earliest model available — and a moon rocket Good
morning, boys and girls. Did you know that about ... Jesus lived on earth over
2,000 years ago, and he had never seen anyone fly in an airplane. Abraham
Author: Wesley T. Runk
Publisher: CSS Publishing
Lessons include: - The Great Picnic (Matthew 14:13-21)- You Are Jesus' Magnifying Glass (John 17:20-26)- How To Settle An Argument (Acts 15:22)- The Key Ring That Unites Us (Romans 6:2b-11)- Do The Dishes? (1 Peter 4:13-19)- Counting Sand (Revelation 5:11-14)...and many more!
We explored Styrofoam gliders, balsa wood rubber band—powered planes, air
rockets, row boats and paddle boats, balloon-powered toy cars, steam trains,
horses, and bicycles. ... To Fly Rebecca Rupp, adapted from The Complete
Home Learning Souree Book Our sons were always interested in the ... They built
parachutes and used these to drop things out the upstairs windows (varied
Author: Linda Dobson
Publisher: Three Rivers Press
Fun and Effective Home Learning Activities for Every Subject As a homeschooling parent, you're always looking for new and creative ways to teach your child the basics. Look no longer! Inside this innovative helper, you'll find kid-tested and parent-approved techniques for learning math, science, writing, history, manners, and more that you can easily adapt to your family's homeschooling needs. And even if you don't homeschool, you'll find this book a great teaching tool outside the classroom. You'll discover fun and educational activities for kids ages 3 to 12, including how to: ·Create maps based on favorite stories, such as Treasure Island or The Wizard of Oz ·Make letters out of French fries as an alphabet learning aid ·Explore architecture by building igloos, castles, and bridges with sugar cubes and icing ·Review spelling words by writing them on the sidewalk with chalk ·And many more! This comprehensive collection of tried-and-true—and generally inexpensive—ideas provides the best-of-the-best homeschooling activities that can be done anywhere, anytime, and by anyone.
"Flying can never be a success until it ceases to be an adventure. ... In the 1960s,
orbital rocket planes with airliner-like characteristics were therefore generally
expected soon to render expendable ... Launching things into space has thus
remained extremely expensive and only affordable for government space
Author: Michel van Pelt
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Technology & Engineering
This book describes the technology, history, and future of rocket planes. Michel van Pelt journies into this exciting world, examining the exotic concepts and actual flying vehicles that have been devised over the last hundred years. He recounts the history of rocket airplanes, from the early pioneers who attached simple rockets onto their wooden glider airplanes to the modern world of high-tech research vehicles. The author visits museums where rare examples of early rocket planes are kept and modern laboratories where future spaceplanes are being developed. He explains the technology in an easily understandable way, describing the various types of rocket airplanes and looking at the possibilities for the future. Michel van Pelt considers future spaceplanes, presenting various modern concepts and developments. He describes the development from cutting edge research via demonstrator vehicles to operational use. He also evaluates the replacement of the Space Shuttle with a seemingly old-fashioned capsule system, the parallel developments in suborbital spaceplanes such as SpaceShipOne and SpaceShipTwo, piloted versus automatic flight, and related developments in airliners and military aircraft.
... wind , etc . which tend to pull things down or out of shape - through man ' s
ingenuity he constantly finds new methods and ... for support b . flying model of
plane c . working model of rocket space communication satellite e . launching
pad d .
Author: United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
AIRPLANES. The Role of the Combat Plane. A Guide to Designaions. ARMY
ATTACK AND LIGNT BOMB- ' ERS. ... from traditional fighters and bombers to
flying wings — every kind of aircraft designed to attack an enemy with bombs,
guns or rockets, from the ... CONTENTS FLYING FEATURES Wings and Things
Mercer also includes explanations of the science behind each flyer, including concepts such as lift, thrust, and drag, the Bernoulli effect, and more"--
Author: Bobby Mercer
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
"Shows readers how to turn rubber bands, paper clips, straws, plastic bottles, and index cards into amazing, gravity-defying flyers. Each project contains a material list and detailed step-by-step instructions with photos. Mercer also includes explanations of the science behind each flyer, including concepts such as lift, thrust, and drag, the Bernoulli effect, and more"--
MEET THE TEAMS Six teams have signed up so far to compete in the inaugural
rocket plane races , which could happen next year ... US Navy Lt James
Bridenstine Rocket Star Racing Date joined : Oct 2007 pilot , Len Fox , will fly the
Velocity XL , which Owner : former US ... But many things that go into a race
vehicle end far , and races will feature multiple aircraft - actually designing ,
building , testing ...
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