A hands-on approach introduces young scientists to simple machines (levers, pulleys, ramps and wedges, screws, springs, wheels and axles). Science theory and practical, fun projects teach the physics and the technology behind this simple machine. Important science curriculum is explained through historical and contemporary examples of simple machines. Step-by-step projects range from the simple to the more challenging.
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