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Justine Hargreaves
Justine Hargreaves • 2 years ago

What If Rain Boots Were Made of Paper? asks students to imagine a series of unusual objects, such as rain boots made of paper and frying pans made of rubber, in order to get them thinking about the relationship between objects, the materials used to make those objects, and the properties of those materials. This book provides a real-world context for the importance of understanding about the properties of materials. www.scienceandlit...

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