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Getting Started with Engineering

Published: July 5, 2016

Overview

Fun engineering projects for kids Does your kid's love of "tinkering" resemble that of a budding Thomas Edison? Then Getting Started with Engineering is guaranteed to spark their fascination! The focused, easy-to-complete projects offered inside are designed to broaden their understanding of basic engineering principles, challenge their problem-solving skills, and sharpen their creativity — all while having fun along the way. Engineers are experts on how things work — and this book is your youngster's best first step to developing the skills they need to think, design, and build things like the pros. The projects they'll complete feature a fun twist that appeal to their age group, from a tiny model roller coaster to a wearable toy that includes an electronic circuit. The instructions are written in an easy-to-follow manner, making it possible for kids to experience the pride and accomplishment of working independently. More about Getting Started with Engineering:
  • Appropriate for children ages 7 to 11
  • Simple explanations guide children to complete three projects using household items
  • The colorful design, short page count, and easy-to-follow instructions are designed to appeal to kids
  • Brought to you by the trusted For Dummies brand
If you have a little engineer that could, Getting Started with Engineering is a great way to encourage their fascination of figuring out how things work.
Fun engineering projects for kids Does your kid's love of "tinkering" resemble that of a budding Thomas Edison? Then Getting Started with Engineering is guaranteed to spark their fascination! The focused, easy-to-complete projects offered inside are designed to broaden their understanding of basic engineering principles, challenge their problem-solving skills, and sharpen their creativity — all while having fun along the way. Engineers are experts on how things work — and this book is your youngster's best first step to developing the skills they need to think, design, and build things like the pros. The projects they'll complete feature a fun twist that appeal to their age group, from a tiny model roller coaster to a wearable
toy that includes an electronic circuit. The instructions are written in an easy-to-follow manner, making it possible for kids to experience the pride and accomplishment of working independently. More about Getting Started with Engineering:
  • Appropriate for children ages 7 to 11
  • Simple explanations guide children to complete three projects using household items
  • The colorful design, short page count, and easy-to-follow instructions are designed to appeal to kids
  • Brought to you by the trusted For Dummies brand
If you have a little engineer that could, Getting Started with Engineering is a great way to encourage their fascination of figuring out how things work.

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