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Where your students can learn, use, and mess with new physics applications.

"The books are ...well organized with ...demanding lectures for ...higher levels.  I also like the race a lot... I'll try to work some of this into my classes.” 
-- Dr. Herbert Einstein, Civil Engineering Professor MIT

"I think they are fabulous! In fact, I am going to start from the beginning with my niece, and I think my husband and I are going to play with the high school-to college experiments. I love the emphasis on observation, hands-on/visual exploration, and simplicity!... I'm going to include the books as strategies for the learning plans I create." 
-- Elizabeth Hodgson, M.Ed., Learning Specialist, Success-in-Mind

"[If] a science class can fit even one of these experiments in each year, it would be worth while... Awesome science, age appropriate, and will inspire what is best in science: inquiry.Throughout..., the emphasis is on inquiry and induction.   This is a good thing." 
-- E. M. Van Court, Reviewer, Amazon

"Most of the needed material can be found in my home. Very little needing to be purchased. This will lead to months of hands on learning for my children. Looking forward to investigative learning. 
-- 'Our Interactive Homeschooling' (Teachers pay Teachers Seller - TpT)

Thank you! These activities are wonderful! STEM is being pushed in my district this year and this definitely helped get me started. 
-- Tpt Customer

"Considering the general state of science education in the US these days, I applaud the way this author engages the youngest and eagerest minds with scientific reasoning appropriate to their level... A delightful addition to any school's or home schooler's science program." 
 -- 'WiredWeird', Reviewer, Amazon

"These 'inquiry based' activities will provide easy, but exciting ways to introduce physics painlessly into the classroom setting!" 
-- D. Fowler, Amazon Reviewer 


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