Machines and Motion (God's Design Series)
How did the ancient Egyptians build the pyramids? How do we build giant skyscrapers today? To understand these marvels, you need to understand simple machines, such as levers and inclined planes. Machines and Motion contains 35 intriguing lessons that teach...
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How did the ancient Egyptians build the pyramids? How do we build giant skyscrapers today? To understand these marvels, you need to understand simple machines, such as levers and inclined planes. Machines and Motion contains 35 intriguing lessons that teach your children about simple machines and the laws of motion, which are the basic principles that God instituted to govern the physical world around us. And this study is anything but dull. You and your child will enjoy experimenting with friction, racing roller-skate cars and making pendulums in this "hands-on" curriculum about how things move. Book jacket.
Richard Lawrence is Professor of Criminal Justice at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota. He earned a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice at Sam Houston State University, M.A. in Psychology at St. Mary's University, San Antonio, TX and a B.A. in Psychology at Bethel University, St. Paul, MN. He has published two books on school crime and juvenile justice and is the author of more than forty articles and chapters published in academic journals and books, including "Juvenile Justice: A Text/Reader", just published by SAGE.
Lawrence O. Richards is currently a full-time author and speaker. He has written over 200 Christian books, including commentaries on every book of the Bible and Zondervan bestselling Adventure Bible and Teen Study Bible, which he did with his wife, Sue. SPANISH BIO: Lawrence O. Richards tiene una licenciatura en filosofia de la Universidad de Michigan, una maestria en teologia y educacion cristiana del Seminario Teologico de Dallas y un doctorado del Seminario Teologico Evangelico Garrett de la Universidad Northwestern. Es autor de unos 200 titulos en temas como la filosofia de la educacion cr