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Energy: Nuclear Energy - Lesson 20

This remarkable full-color book on energy is published by Master Books and written by career science educators Tom DeRosa and Dr. Carolyn Reeves. It is filled with hands-on activities, which help 3rd through 8th-grade students learn how and why magnets and electricity work. Basic concepts about light, sound, and heat are investigated, as well as ways in which solar, wind, water, batteries, and nuclear energy are used to produce energy. The videos demonstrate each activity as a way to help parents and instructors plan and prepare for the investigative part of each lesson. In some cases alternative methods and supplies may be included. Video credits: Videography by CK Production; script writing by Carolyn Reeves; executive coordinator, Creation Studies Institute. Information about the text, teacher guide, and student journal for Energy: Its Forms, Changes & Functions can be obtained from or

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