I have always made sure to have non-fiction, educational books on our bookshelves. My children love looking through books for new project ideas and reading fun facts.
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How to Be an Engineer and How to Be a Scientist
I absolutely love these two books for curious kids.
The How to be a Scientist book teaches kids how to think and like like a scientist. The book is filled with fun activities and experiments that can be done at home. It also has easy to understand explanations for things like the water cycle and highlights many famous scientists like Marie Curie.
My kids have already done a handful of the activities in the book and have enjoyed them all.
In How to be an Engineer, kids will learn how to think and act like an engineer. It also has tons of fun activities, simple explanations and highlights famous engineers.
Our favourite project in this book is the Ping-pong Catapult.
The Incredible Math Games Book
This fun hands-on book comes with two dice and four counters. The book contains 8 ready to play math games that test a variety of skills. Each game builds specific skills. These include addition and subtraction, shapes, fractions and times tables. The games are all very colourful and have easy to follow instructions.
All three books are now available in stores and online. I highly recommend you pick one up for the curious kid in your life.
My friends at DK Canada are giving away a copy of How to be an Engineer and How to be a Scientist to one of my lucky readers.
To enter, tell me what your child wishes to be when he or she grows up. Then fill out the Rafflecopter form below.
Giveaway open to Canadian residents only. Mandatory question must be answered to be eligible to win. Giveaway runs from Mar 16 – Mar 26, 2019. Void where prohibited. See my terms & conditions for full giveaway info.