Fizz, Pop, Bang! Playful Science and Math Activities is designed to bring hands-on fun and enjoyment to math and science. It is packed with powerful learning opportunities in math and science, shared through ideas that incorporate art, play, sensory learning and discovery, for a whole-brain approach.
It includes 40 educational projects and 20 printables including a set of build-your-own 3D shape blocks, engineering challenge cards and a range of math games.
Teaching through play is our favorite way to learn math and science concepts. Fizz, Pop, Bang! an e-book that just launched is packed with playful ideas for math and science play. I’m so excited to share it with you!
Why You Will Love This Book
- This ebook is seriously fun. It’s packed with hands-on ways to enjoy math and science.
- It’s not math and science in isolation. Art, sensory play, creativity, imagination (and even snack-time!) are incorporated throughout the book.
- These ideas are versatile. Use them at home (no crazy supplies needed!), school, homeschool, summer camps or as fun weekend projects.
- A practical resource of ideas you can easily, and inexpensively, try at home.
- Great photos, which complement the step-by-step guides, and make the projects understandable.
- SO MANY IDEAS – This ebook includes 40 ideas for kids aged 3 to 8, AND 20 printable resources AND additional links to over 80 more activities.
Printable Resources Include:
- Math and science graphing and recording sheets
- Magnet maze
- Monster match and sort game
- Print and build 3D solid blocks
- Rocket math game
- Tracing shapes
- Fact family dominoes
- Catch and count fish game
- Engineering challenge cards
Check out a sample page below:
We contributed one math and one science (plus a printable!) to this book, and I can’t wait to hear what you think about it!
You can buy the book now, and then download it when you are ready. You may even be able to download on your mobile device, but if you have any doubts or problems, I recommend you use a computer to download the book and then share it to your mobile devices (that’s what I do!)