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The Periodic Table of Elements Coloring Book Paperback – November 16, 2011
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Teresa Bondora taught high school science before coming home to teach her children. She started helping others teach science in 2004. You can find her online at www.HowToTeachScience.com
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The left pages have information about each element and a bit of history about it. The right pages are for coloring. It is about the difficulty you see on the cover.
I have a copy of the microbiology coloring book. It is much, much more involved. I would use it for older high school students who are interested in the topic. Do be aware that the microbiology coloring book has information about STD's and also some drawings to color that are more of a PG13 nature.
The periodic table can be very frightening and almost intimidating enough to shut you down and close your mind from the amazing facts it holds about the world around us. My son katahdin is barely 5 and has already started learning the basics about the elements so that when the time comes for chemistry it is going to come easily and he will not be in shock, and overwhelmed. Many kids who had huge potential of maybe discovering a cure to a rare disease, or even saving our environment are lost when the periodic table is introduced at such late age. Honestly the career options in chemistry are practically endless and in abundance. I know you are thinking "oh no I hate science" or "science is to hard and confusing". It doesn't have to be this way. Our school systems have chosen to wait until high school to introduce the key elements of the sciences, and this leaves our children at a loss where potential could be abundant. Teresa Bondora has found a cleaver way around the fear so that we can start as early as 5 years old and allow our children to thrive. If you are lacking in science skills yourself then this is a great way for you and your child to share the learning experience together. I am amazed at how fast my son is picking up on this especially when at 15 I myself just couldn't grasp it. I was driven away by fear. We can change our fear in todays youth with this simple book created by a brilliant mind wishing for success in todays youth. None of your children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews will have to face the fear of science instead they can embrace it.