This book is a collection of stories that explain the concepts of Science and the phenomena of nature in a simple yet captivating manner.
This book is a collection of stories that explain the concepts of Science and the phenomena of nature in a simple yet captivating manner. They are aimed at stimulating the young readers' imagination as they travel along with the animated elements of nature to understand the complete phenomenon. Each story is aimed at promoting social responsibilities and instilling strong moral values at an early age.
The Science of Play, a clarion call to use playground design to deepen the American commitment to public space, will interest architects, landscape architects, urban policy makers, city managers, local politicians, and parents.
Author: Susan G. Solomon
Publisher: University Press of New England
Poor design and wasted funding characterize today's American playgrounds. A range of factors--including a litigious culture, overzealous safety guidelines, and an ethos of risk aversion--have created uniform and unimaginative playgrounds. These spaces fail to nurture the development of children or promote playgrounds as an active component in enlivening community space. Solomon's book demonstrates how to alter the status quo by allying data with design. Recent information from the behavioral sciences indicates that kids need to take risks; experience failure but also have a chance to succeed and master difficult tasks; learn to plan and solve problems; exercise self-control; and develop friendships. Solomon illustrates how architects and landscape architects (most of whom work in Europe and Japan) have already addressed these needs with strong, successful playground designs. These innovative spaces, many of which are more multifunctional and cost effective than traditional playgrounds, are both sustainable and welcoming. Having become vibrant hubs within their neighborhoods, these play sites are models for anyone designing or commissioning an urban area for children and their families. The Science of Play, a clarion call to use playground design to deepen the American commitment to public space, will interest architects, landscape architects, urban policy makers, city managers, local politicians, and parents.
Science Works Everywhere After trying all of these experiments , the playground
will never seem the same again . A seesaw is now like a machine that helps to lift
things , and a swing is like part of a clock . The science of the playground looks ...
Author: John Daniel Hartzog
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Suggests activities and experiments that demonstrate the principles of science at work in a playground, exploring such topics as gravity, centrifugal force, and shadows.
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Learning Playground Science CITY SCIENCE Thomas F. Sheehan. Front Cover.
Author: Thomas F. Sheehan
Publisher: Britannica Digital Learning
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Updated for 2020. Studies the role of physics in a playground environment.
Cutting the line Combination ticket includes entry to Rocket Park and Science
Playground. Age range 3 plus Allow 2 hours Wheelchair access Yes Café The
New York Hall of Science café offers a selection of pre-made salads, sandwiches
Author: DK Eyewitness
Discover how the whole family can enjoy a visit to the Big Apple, from the top of the Empire State Building to a hot dog cart in Central Park, from exciting museums and shops to any number of historic carousels. The best things to do in New York City are all approached from a family-friendly angle. The book is organized around "hubs"-major sights around which to plan your day-and provides kid-friendly restaurants, age-range suitability information, ideas for letting off steam, and detailed maps showing the nearest parks, playgrounds, and public bathrooms. Plus there are activities for rainy days, and Kids' Corners in every chapter featuring cartoons, quizzes, and games to keep young travelers happy all day long. Written by travel experts and parents who understand the need to keep children entertained while enjoying family time together, DK Eyewitness Family Guides offer child-friendly sleeping and eating options, detailed maps of main sightseeing areas, travel information, budget guidance, age-range suitability, and activities for every age.
Because the underlying argument of this book is that there is a problem with what
is offered as science fiction to children and teens—that it does not resemble the
adult form—and that this problem is not usually found in science fiction's sister ...
Author: Farah Mendlesohn
Category: Literary Criticism
Science fiction is often considered the genre of ideas and imagination, which would seem to make it ideal for juveniles and young adults; however, the ideas are often dispensed by adults. This book considers the development of science fiction for children and teens between 1950 and 2010, exploring why it differs from science fiction aimed at adults. In a broader sense, this critical examination of 400 texts sheds light on changing attitudes toward children and teenagers, toward science education, and toward the authors' expectations and sociological views of their audience.
10 Playground science What will you learn from this chapter? What will you learn
from this chapter? • How playground science works. • How playground science
works. • How playground science encourages creativity and leads to effective ...
Author: Cross, Alan
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
This book is intended to encourage creativity and experimentation in teaching primary science, which are regularly recognised as features of outstanding teaching.
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Play must be as scientific as the laboratory. There must be all the relationship of
cause and effect that there is in business.” Behind science lay the issue of class:
another contributor to Playground asserted that “there are types of play which can
Author: Carroll Pursell
Publisher: JHU Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
In this romp through the changing landscape of nineteenth- and twentieth-century American toys, games, hobbies, and amusements, senior historian of technology Carroll Pursell poses a simple but interesting question: What can we learn by studying the relationship between technology and play? From Playgrounds to PlayStation explores how play reflects and drives the evolution of American culture. Pursell engagingly examines the ways in which technology affects play and play shapes people. The objects that children (and adults) play with and play on, along with their games and the hobbies they pursue, can reinforce but also challenge gender roles and cultural norms. Inventorsâ€”who often talk about "playing" at their work, as if motivated by the pure fun of inventionâ€”have used new materials and technologies to reshape sports and gameplay, sometimes even crafting new, extreme forms of recreation, but always responding to popular demand. Drawing from a range of sources, including scholarly monographs, patent records, newspapers, and popular and technical journals, the book covers numerous modes and sites of play. Pursell touches on the safety-conscious playground reform movement, the dazzling mechanical innovations that gave rise to commercial amusement parks, and the media's colorful promotion of toys, pastimes, and sporting events. Along the way, he shows readers how technology enables the forms, equipment, and devices of play to evolve constantly, both reflecting consumer choices and driving innovators and manufacturers to promote toys that involve entirely new kinds of playâ€”from LEGOs and skateboards to beading kits and videogames.
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commissioner of docks and availability for playground purposes of ferries for
Author: Robert Treat Paine
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Society . to the football players of U . C ... Gentlemen , - It has not been our lot for
many years to possess a playground at all proportionate U . C . S . DEBATING ...
Author: Hampstead univ. coll. sch
... an educational site commemorating the city's natural and cultural beginnings ;
the " Science Playground , " enlivening the area around the existing Maryland
Science Center , which sits between Rash Field and West Shore ; and " Blue
Category: Architectural drawing
From playground physics to backyard bugs, this book makes it fun and easy to dig into the natural sciences and learn more about the world around you.
Author: Liz Heinecke
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Learn physics, chemistry and biology in your own backyard! At-home science provides an environment for freedom, creativity and invention that is not always possible in a school setting. In your own backyard, it's simple, inexpensive, and fun to whip up a number of amazing science experiments using the great outdoors. Science can be found all around in nature. Backyard Science Lab for Kids offers 52 fun science activities for families to do together. The experiments can be used as individual projects, for parties, or as educational activities for groups. Backyard Science Lab for Kids will tempt families to learn about physics, chemistry and biology in their backyards. Learn scientific survival skills and even take some experiments to the playground! Many of the experiments are safe enough for toddlers and exciting enough for older kids, so families can discover the joy of science together.
But what totally distinguishes the Science Playground from other public
playgrounds is the admission fee . Nor - mal admission to the museum for adults
is $ 11 , two - to 17 - year - olds are charged $ 8 , and everyone pays an
additional $ 4 for ...
Category: Landscape architecture
Science. 47-01 111th Street, at 47th Avenue, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park (1-
718 699 0005, www.nysci.org). Subway 7 to 111th ... Science playground (open
Mar-Dec) extra $4; Rocket Park Mini Golf extra $6; $5 reductions. Credit AmEx ...
Author: Editors of Time Out
Publisher: Time Out Guides
Now in its 20th edition, Time Out New York provides the inside track on the Big Apple in an exhaustive guide with illuminating features and hundreds of independent unbiased venue reviews covering everything from iconic skyscrapers to buzzing neighborhoods. The guide offers an exhaustive overview of everything the city has to offer in terms of tourist attractions, eating and drinking, shopping, clubs and the sights — everything from pizza and bagels to shopping green. Comprehensive coverage of the city's incomparable arts and culture scene makes this an invaluable sourcebook for tourists and natives alike. An extensive month-by-month calendar of events is included. Escapes and excursions within relatively easy reach for day or overnight trips are also included.
Museum - goers at the Science Museum of Virginia in Richmond are sitting in
Inner Space , a 17 - foot high , internally ... Vision , Color , Optical Illusions : Wide
eyes exhibit ( science playground ) ; optical illusions exhibit ; visual impairments
Includes a directory of members in one issue each year.
DETAILS MCALLEN 249 The International Museum of Art and Science presents
exhibits that explore both art and ... and RioScape , the museum's interactive
science playground , address issues of place and the community's cultural
Author: Rebecca S. Cohen
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Texas is an art lover's paradise. More than one hundred venues located within the state welcome visitors to experience the visual arts. These include internationally recognized collections such as the Chinati Foundation, the Kimbell Art Museum, the Menil Collection, and the Nasher Sculpture Center; renowned encyclopedic institutions such as the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Dallas Museum of Art, and the San Antonio Museum of Art; and dozens of first-rate art centers, alternative spaces, and university galleries. In addition to delighting the eye with a wide-ranging assortment of exhibitions, many of these museums and galleries are housed within architectural gems. To enhance the reader's visits to familiar destinations and to encourage the exploration of lesser-known venues, Art Guide Texas presents the only in-depth survey devoted exclusively to the state's nonprofit visual arts institutions. Rebecca Cohen organizes the book regionally. Individual entries for museums and galleries give essential contact information, including phone numbers and Web sites, as well as a description of the collection(s) and past exhibitions, a brief history of the institution, significant architectural details about the building, and assorted practical tips. Black-and-white photographs accompany many of the entries, as well as notable quotes on art and architecture. In addition, Cohen's essays on the phenomenal late-twentieth-century growth of the arts in Texas and on arts activity in the different regions of the state provide a helpful context for exploring the arts in Texas.
From that point on it grew to become one of the country's best interactive places
for learning about science . Where else can you find a 30,000 square foot
outdoor Science Playground that teaches you some natural laws of physics ,
such as ...
Author: J. Patrick Polley
Publisher: Pelican Publishing
Category: New York (State)
This guide's spiral-bound notebook format allows children to write a personal account of their favorite sights, impressions, and memories on pages devoted to many popular attractions, including the Statue of Liberty, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Ellis Island, and Times Square. A keepsake to memorialize the trip, this guidebook contains crossword puzzles, word scrambles, and other activities.
Science in sport / __ What sport do you enjoy playing? Perhaps it is football, or
tennis, or gymnastics, or running, or swimming? Do you enjoy playground games
with your friends? Have you ever thought about the science that is going on when
Author: Chris Oxlade
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
But only one playground in New York is especially designed to teach children the
scientific concepts that are behind every sway of the seesaw and zoom down the
slide . That is the Science Playground at the New York Hall of Science in ...
Author: New York Times
Compiled by award-winning staff writers, this guidebook is the city's most authoritative that covers the city's main attractions and institutions, along with lesser known destinations. Includes theme chapters on topics such as opera, neighborhoods, shopping, and more. Maps.