- Unknown Binding
- ASIN: B004V3R8Y8
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
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|Unknown Binding, January 1, 2007||
Accompanying cartoon type illustrations give a visual presence to each element.
We checked this book out from my seven year old son's school library earlier this month and read it through in just a couple of days.
The book is organized by periodic table group, the graphic at the top of the page shows each element's location on the table.
My four year old became interested in the periodic table about a year ago and had most of the element names and atomic numbers memorized before we came across this book. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Nickolas Feavel
As I was teaching in a 4th grade classroom, I asked a student if I could look at his book. From my smartphone I logged onto amazon and immediately purchased the book. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Sue
All my kids at an early age (7,8 yrs) enjoyed this book. The cartoon characters assigned to each element helped them memorize the table.Published 1 month ago by Spin'n my Wheels
My 9 yr old LOVES this book and claims that she will keep it forever and one day give it to her daughter. I love anything that makes a kid this excited about science.Published 2 months ago by Christopher
If you are new to chemistry and want to peak inside that world, this is a great book. Very clear, fun, clever, interesting. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Barbara Lee
I looked over the periodic table in the front, then went to Chapter 1 (Group 1). Each lists Francium (Atomic Number 87) as part of the ALKALI metals group. Read morePublished 3 months ago by TheReadingWoman
I'm a teacher so I have to teach the Table of Elements each year. The kids LOOOOOVE this book because it turns all the elements into these super cute little creatures, and it's... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jennifer Chen
Good resource to use in the classroom. Pictures are great and it is an easy read for students. Overall, great book.Published 3 months ago by Sara Wills
When I was growing up, in public school, I never did learn the periodic table, but I still passed chemistry by "sliding" along and being able to look like I new what I was... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Barby82