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Shonen Shashin Shimbunsha

IRO GA KAWARU MUSHIPAN NO FUSHIGI (The marvel of color changing steamed bread)

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Sadayama Saiki

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Abstract

A scientific research begins with a discovery of "SEEDs of science", the seeds as a sense of wonder that caused by something around.
What is important is to getting enjoy at the image of cultivating the SEEDs of science, I.e.Sense of Eureka as a making research toward as learning of scientific researching by making a hypothesis with deeply thinking over subjects, and confirming by doing experiments or observations.
You can be master the way to research scientifically the wonder in natures with these an easy-to-follow this story book for children how to be proactive to move a research themed in the field of science!

The second book in this series themed field of particles.
Three elementary school kids who interest in of fluffy steamed bread, repeatedly set experiments and go to the library trying to find out the mechanism of its puffing.
One day one kid surprised at the change of the colour of purple blueberry bread dough turned into green after steaming, and the other day, the colour of green turned into pink by lemon juice!?
To grapple with this mysterious phenomenon, they asked a cooking expert as a professional person for getting advices.
At last, they made a good poster and gave a fine research talk to their classmates.
There's full of hints for independent research, such as how to write for a researching note!

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Series/Label KAGAKU NO TANE WO SODATEYOU (Let's cultivate the seeds of science)
Released Date Oct 2018
Price ¥2,400
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Total Page Number 48 pages
Color Page Number 48 pages
ISBN 9784879816511
Category Childrens Books/Young Adult
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