More Ryan's World of Science: Ready-to-Read Level 1

More Ryan's World of Science: Ready-to-Read Level 1
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Age Range
4+
Release Date
June 29, 2021
ISBN
978-1534485327
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Join Ryan and his mom, a former science teacher, in conducting three experiments that you can do at home with this Level 1 Ready-to-Read all about science.

Ryan loves learning about science! Readers will love conducting three simple and eye-catching experiments: cooking in a solar oven made of cardboard and aluminum foil, recreating a rain cloud with shaving cream and food coloring, and making ice cream in a plastic bag. Each experiment comes with age-appropriate explanations of the science behind the experiments, as well as step-by-step instructions so readers can recreate the experiment at home using household products!

The book includes a special letter from Ryan’s mom to parents and caregivers about why learning science is important for young children.

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1 review
My Daughter's Favorite
(Updated: July 20, 2021)
Overall rating
 
5.0
Writing Style
 
5.0
Illustrations/Photos (if applicable)
 
5.0
Learning Value
 
5.0
MORE RYAN'S WORLD OF SCIENCE features science experiments that are Ryan approved. Not only is this book full of science, but it's also written with simple words to help children learn to read. This is a trifecta: popular, encourages science and learning, and helps with reading.

Ryan's World has become so popular that I'm not surprised there are books of him. My daughter absolutely loves Ryan and his videos have sparked her interest in science. She has a blast doing experiments thanks to him and this book contains just that. There are Rain Clouds, Cooking With the Sun, and Homemade Ice Cream. She loved each one. I admit I also had fun watching her excitement with each experiment.

As to be expected with Ryan's World, the colors are bright and pop off each page. They merge cartoon images with real ones and the combination makes both pop.


Final Verdict: Fans of Ryan's World and Science experiments won't want to miss this one. It's both educational and fun for children which is all I could ever ask for to hold my child's interest.
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