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How to Think Like a Scientist: Answering Questions by the Scientific Method Hardcover – March 27, 1987
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This story uses questions about hypothetical situations to introduce the process of thinking according to scientific method.
About the Author
Stephen P. Kramer has had a lifelong interest in natural history. After receiving degrees in biology from Pacific Lutheran University and Northern Arizona University, he taught junior high school science for four years on the Navajo Reservation. He spends his time now as a househusband and writer. His first book for children was Getting Oxygen: What do you do if you're cell twenty-two? Mr. Kramer lives with his wife and two sons in Vancouver, Washington.
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The two authors have done a great job in producing this excellent piece of work. Although it has only 44 pages, the contents are comprehensively rich. It is also very well-illustrated with a simple story format & systematically organised as follows:
How do you answer questions?
Using the scientific method
What do you want to know?
What do you think?
If you want to get your young kids to understand & appreciate the scientific method or simply 'how to think like a scientist', go for this book!