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Science arts : discovering science through art experiences

Author: MaryAnn F Kohl; Jean Potter; K Whelan Dery
Publisher: Bellingham, WA : Bright Ring Pub., 1993.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents science concepts through the use of art.
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: MaryAnn F Kohl; Jean Potter; K Whelan Dery
ISBN: 0935607048 9780935607048
OCLC Number: 28388218
Description: 142 pages : illustrations ; 22 x 28 cm.
Contents: CHART OF CONTENTS Acknowledgements 5 Icon Definitions 6, 7 Chart of Contents 8-10 Introduction 11 Chapter 1: Water & Air 13 Wet Paint Design 14 Wet and Dry Painting 15 Invisible Designs 16 Water Painting 17 Oil & Water Painting 18 Oil Painting 19 Frost Plate 20 Frozen Paper 21 Cube Painting 22 Colored Ice Cubes 23 Rain Dancer 24 Chalk Float Design 25 Ice Structures 26 Ice & Salt Sculpture 27 Color Bottles 28 Bottle Fountain 29 Bottle Optics 30 Water Tube 31 Flowing Patterns 32 Paper Molds 33 Floating Sculpture 34 Clay Floats 35 Color Waves 36 Crystal Sparkle Dough 37 Straw Painting 38 Streamer Rings 39 WindChatcher 40 Windy Wrap 41 Wind Chime 42 Chapter 2: Light & Sight 43 Spinning Designs 44 Hidden Coloring 45 Secret Pictures 46 Stretch Picture 47 Dot Matrix Picture 48 Face Illusions 49 Tissue Color Mix 50 White Color Wheel 51 See It Cards 52 Shadow Time 53 Infinity Reflection 54 Mirror Painting 55 Overhead Outlines 56 Color and Shine 57 Slide Viewer 58 Slide Show 59 Silhouettes 60 Silhouette Show 61 Flashlight Patterns 62 Flashlight Reflections 63 Color Viewing Box 64 Real Camera 65 Star Window 66 Window Scene 67 Bubble Sculpture 68 Chapter 3: Motion & Energy 69 Shake Pictures 70 Paint Racing 71 Streak Spin 72 Twirling Rainbow 73 Moving Pets 74 Spoke Weaving 75 Marble Sculpture 76 Gear Sculpture 77 Paint Pendulum 78 Salt Pendulum 79 Polished Crayon 80 Crayon Creatures 81 Hot Sandpaper 82 Baked Drawing 83 Motor Car Print 84 Moon Scape 85 Balloon Decorations 86 Dancing Rabbits 87 Magnet Painting 88 Funny Faces 89 Metallic Design 90 Magnetic Stage Play 91 Magnetic Rubbing 92 Chapter 4: Reaction & Matter 93 Candle Coloring 94 White Resist 95 Immiscibles 96 Chromatography 97 Erupting Colors 98 The Volcano 99 Crystal Design 100 Crystal Paint 101 Crystal Bubbles 102 Crystal Needles 103 Crystal Ink 104 Plastic Milk 105 Marshmallow Tower 106 Building Beans 107 Spaghetti Painting 108 Sandpaper Designs 109 Invisible Paint 110 Magic Cabbage 111 Sculptured Pretzels 112 Chapter 5: Nature & Earth 113 Bark Rubbings 114 Shoe Polish Leaves 115 Nature Spray 116 Plant Imprints 117 Symmetry Prints 118 Sticky Pictures 119 Stencil Leaves 120 Tree Arts 121 Indoor Bird Tracks 122 Grass Patterns 123 Sand Drawings 124 Sand Garden 125 Dried Seaweed Print 126 Dried Arrangement 127 Nature Windows 128 Garden Sculpture 129 Food Paints 130 Home Paints 131 Sand Clay 132 Chapter 6: Resources & Index 133 Resource Books 134-5 Concept Index 136-7 Project Index 138 Materials Index 138-141 About the Authors 142
Responsibility: MaryAnn Kohl, Jean Potter ; illustrations, K. Whelan Dery.
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An exploration of science through art. Each page features a recipe-style science activity, complete with simple instructions and illustrations, that teaches young readers a scientific concept.  Read more...

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"ScienceArts" is a wonderful way to expose kids to science in an open, creative way." ~ Buzz Aldrin, astronaut "ScienceArts" makes science FUN, makes science MEMORABLE, and will be a valuable Read more...

 
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Kids Find Art in Science (and Science in Art)

by MARYANNKOHL (WorldCat user published 2011-02-12) Excellent Permalink

The science experiments in Science Arts all have a flashy amazing art component, either becoming an art project or employing unusual use of color or sparkle or something artistic and inspiring for kids....
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