Sink or Float?
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Reviewing children's and young adult fiction & nonfiction books. Connecting classroom teaching ideas to inspirational resources.
Resources: Science Grades K-6: Grade Two
Online interactives, media and teaching resources for Science in grades K-6; all resources organized by curricular outcome
Water vehicles -- Cool catamaran -- Jettin' along -- Paddle power -- Water bug -- Sail away -- Deep diver -- Swamp boat. "Landlubbers can make a splash with these easy-to-make watercraft using simple, everyday items! You’ll be surprised how you can use two soft drink cans and a rubber band to make a catamaran, a plastic bottle and baking soda to make a jet boat, and more! Get your materials together and see how these boats float and race.
FICTION:Traction Man has all the best outfits, one for every purpose. Then Granny knits him one that he wasn't expecting. [Science: properties of materials, floating/sinking, strength, padding,insulation - from: Science Fiction, Science Fact 507.1 Pos 2018)