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The Periodic Table of Elements Coloring Book Sample Yours free from By Teresa Bondora Illustrated by Ty Mullery
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This book was 6 years in the making. It was truly a labor of love. If you enjoy this sample, please do these things: Sign up for the free lessons on each element at Send this sample to someone who has kids or teaches kids Let people know about the book who own businesses that cater to homeschoolers and teachers. Post about it on your blog or group Share it on facebook Hire the illustrator for your projects. He’s fresh out of college and could use the work. Buy the book at For the next year or so the book is digital only. This is good because it means immediate access to the book, no shipping charges and you only print the pages you need when you need them. It also means the book is only $25.80 instead of the $35 it will cost when it goes paper, to account for printing costs. Later when it is picked up by a publisher who knows what it will cost. It will be up to them at that point. So get it cheap while you can! Buy now at (click here)
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If you haven’t seen or read this yet, please take a moment to do so. It’s very important.The Big Chemistry Secret When our babies are born, they come into a world of sight and sound that can be over-whelming. And what do we do? We speak in a language they don’t understand. We show them toys they can’t use. As they grow we put maps on their wall when they can’t understand the concept of Earth. And then a miracle happens. They begin to speak. They start making sentences, writing letters, learning words. We should have the periodic table of elements on the wall as well. Everything on our planet is made of the items on the periodic table. It is a very basic tool. But isn’t Chemistry hard? Sure it’s hard if it’s guarded like a secret and sprung on our children when they are teenagers. What if we taught no math to our children but then, in 6thgrade, popped out with the square root table and told them we were now going to start math? We would find that most unusual but we do this very thing with science. But if, like math, we presented the periodic table in a basic way exposing them to the next level each year, do you think chemistry would be intimidating to them? Just like learning math, they would know it, be fluent in its use and accept it as a normal part of life from which they could choose to continue their studies. Instead, America is falling behind in the Sciences, a shame for the country which lead the race to space. So why is it not on the walls in kindergartens? Why is it not in children’s programming? Why isn’t it in children’s books? We can present it in bright, colorful and elementary ways, just like we do letters, colors, numbers and shapes. I believe it’s because many people fear chemistry. And I believe that fear is passed on to our children through our silence.
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