Step-by-Step Experiments With Light and Vision

Step-by-Step Experiments With Light and Vision

Author - Ryan Jacobson, Illustrator - Bob Ostrom

Illustrator - Bob Ostrom

Step-by-Step Experiments With Light and Vision
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Explains what light and vision are; describes the scientific method; and includes experiments testing different light and vision concepts.

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8-10
15-30 mins
32
Child's World
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 English
 9781614731627

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