My First Science Textbook: Atoms is a 32-page hardcover children's book for ages 2 and up.
Spark scientific curiosity in kids of all ages! "My First Science Textbook" is a series of children's science books that teach kids the basics of chemistry using simple rhyming sentences and vibrantly colorful science pictures that make it easy for young kids to engage and understand. In this Book 3 of a three book series, Pete the Proton, Ned the Neutron and Ellie the Electron get together to build atoms, and everything in the universe for that matter! Join these sparky little particles on their adventures in the subatomic world. Highly memorable, highly educational - and funny too!
Why read stories to kids about... chemistry?
- Sparks scientific curiosity and wonder in children
- Helps start family conversations about how the world works
- Provides a framework from which it becomes easy to teach kids about science!
Now is your chance to share this scientific goodness with your children, grandchildren, students, nieces, nephews… or any other children in the vicinity. Bonus: it rhymes.
It's amazing how quickly children can soak up information about the world around them; colors, numbers, and even incredible detail about the characters in stories...
No matter what age students are, they all face similar difficulties - the most common hurdle hindering their progress is a perception of science and chemistry as intimidating.
This book is a fun and memorable way to introduce kids to this same content, before they develop that perception!
Whether you're in 5th grade, or college, the basics of chemistry are all the same. The world we live in is made out of essentially three tiny particles: Protons, Neutrons and Electrons.
It might sound crazy, but we're convinced that even a toddler can begin to understand some of these basics of chemistry and science. . . there’s just currently no context in which to teach it to them!
The My First Chemistry Textbook series provides that context to introduce science and chemistry to kids of all ages!
These are stories about those three tiny particles and how they make up the world that we experience everyday.