How to Survive Middle School: Science: A Do-It-Yourself Study Guide

How to Survive Middle School: Science: A Do-It-Yourself Study Guide

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BEWARE--THIS BOOK MIGHT MAKE YOU SMARTER THAN YOUR PARENTS! Navigate the wilderness of middle school Science with this hands-on, comprehensive study guide for 6th-8th graders!

This highly illustrated, handy field guide makes learning an adventure inside and outside of the classroom. Study with helpful illustrations, detailed tables, diagrams, and charts, essential vocabulary lists, and expert knowledge presented in a fun, bold, and easy-to-understand format.

Explore and master topics like:
- The Scientific Method
- The solar Systems
- Fossil Fuels and Climate Change
- The Periodic Table
- Chemical Bonds
- Ecosystems
- Cells
- Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration
- Laws of Motion
- and more!

The How to Survive Middle School study guides cover essential middle school subjects with interactive texts, useful study techniques, and engaging illustrations that make information stick! The included reflective questions and write-in sections foster critical thinking and problem-solving skills, helping readers become independent learners. Each book is vetted by curriculum experts to perfectly complement middle school lesson plans.

Other available subjects: World History, English, Math, and U.S. History.

Author: Rachel Ross, Maria Ter-Mikaelian
Publisher: Bright Matter Books
Published: 05/03/2022
Pages: 528
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 1.55lbs
Size: 9.10h x 6.20w x 1.20d
ISBN: 9780525571438
Audience: Young Adult

About the Author
Maria Ter-Mikaelian is a freelance science writer with a Ph.D. in Neuroscience from New York University with eight years of college teaching experience. She has written educational video scripts for the PBS channel It's Okay to be Smart and articles for the children's science magazine Smore. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband, son, and dog.

Rachel Ross is a science writer and educator who lives in Northern California. She holds a Master's degree in astronomy from James Cook University in Australia. Rachel served as a specialist in education and outreach at Las Cumbres Observatory in Southern California, where she also worked as a researcher and an operator of the telescope network.

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