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Cover art for How to be Good at Science, Technology & Engineering Workbook2
Published
Dorling Kindersley, July 2021
ISBN
9780241507216
Format
Softcover, 176 pages
Dimensions
27.6cm × 21.7cm × 1.4cm

How to be Good at Science, Technology & Engineering Workbook2

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Hundreds of targeted practice questions to supplement learning in a fully illustrated workbook for children aged 11-14

STEM subjects are where the future's at. Now you can be a science superstar with this colourful practice book. Are you a budding Einstein? Or do you need a little more help to avoid falling behind in science class? DK's How to be Good at Science, Technology, and Engineering course book for children aged 7-14 now has two accompanying workbooks- Workbook 1 covers ages 7-11 and Workbook 2 covers ages 11-14.

These workbooks will help to cement everything you need to know about "STE" subjects through practice questions and practical exercises. Easy-to-follow instructions allow you to try out what you've studied, helping you understand what you've learned in school or giving extra revision practice before that important test. Workbook 2 is aimed at children aged 11-14 (Key Stage 3 in the UK; Grades 6, 7, and 8 in the US), and covers all the key areas of the school curriculum for this level, including genes and DNA, atoms and molecules, chemical reactions, the periodic table, heat transfer, electricity and magnetism, seasons and climate zones, and lots more. And there are answers at the back to check that you're on the right path.

This engaging and clear workbook accompanies DK's How to be Good at Science, Technology, and Engineering course book, but can also be used on its own to reinforce classroom teaching.

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