Recycled Science by Tammy Enz and Jodi Lyn Wheeler-Toppen

29065123Recycled Science by Tammy Enz and Jodi Lyn Wheeler-Toppen is a book about recycling.  The book aims to reuse common household items to become useful items such as lava lamps,  flashlights and speakers.  The book is filled with excellent pictures during the different stages of the experiment.

This book contains some interesting science projects. The book is geared toward upper elementary or middle school students; however, it is important that the projects are completed with adult supervision because of the potentially dangerous items required.  These projects should be completed at home or outside as they would not work in a traditional classroom environment.

I received this book from Capstone and Capstone Young Readers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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