Packed with hundreds of illustrated definitions about astronomy and space, Space Dictionary for Kids is certain to spark any kid's enthusiasm for the solar system and galaxy. Explore cosmology, stars and galaxies, the solar system, space exploration, and exoplanets and astrobiology. Hop on an astronomy timeline to learn the story of how primitive ancient beliefs evolved over centuries to become a high-technology science. Crack up over the humorous sidebars that expand on the topic of space with examples, explanations, diagrams, quizzes, and even short activities to enhance understanding. Use the references and further reading recommendations at the end to help find more information about astronomy, perfect for assignments or just wanted to know more about the coolest topic in the galaxy! Divided into sections for quick access to the easy-to-understand definitions and amazing full-color illustrations, Space Dictionary for Kids is a must-have for any kid's home library!
What Are They and How Are They All Different? Space Dictionary for Kids - Children's Astronomy Books
How are heavenly bodies categorized? How would you know that what you're seeing is a star, a planet or a moon? Learn about the basic definitions of some of the most popular objects in outer space! This educational resource includes information that will prove to be useful for your little astronomer. Secure a copy today!
Since the last flight of the Space Shuttle in 2011, Americas manned space program has been put on hold. NASA has been forced to rely on Russian and commercial spacecraft to ferry personnel and supplies to the International Space Station. But NASA scientists and engineers, and their colleagues in the spaceflight community, are working hard to return America to its former dominance in space via the Orion program. Orion, Americas next-generation spacecraft, is a Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle. It is designed to carry 2 to 6 crew members into deep space. Similar to the Apollo capsule in appearance, but larger and much more advanced, it has already successfully completed its first unmanned test flight. In 2018, Orion will lift into space on a massive new rocket, especially designed for it, for the first time. The event, designated Exploration Mission 1, will mark the first of many steps along Americas path to the planet Marsand beyond.
People have been sending rockets into space since World War II, and there is still much to be learned about our solar system, but what lies beyond it is an even bigger mystery. This stimulating book helps readers explore the possibilities that exist in the galaxies beyond our solar system. Colorful images and thought-provoking text encourage readers to look for answers to questions professional scientists might face. High-interest information supports STEM and NGSS curriculums and will attract reluctant and curious readers alike.
"The launch of Sputnik 1 in 1957 ushered in an exciting era of scientific and technological advancement. As television news anchors, radio hosts, and journalists reported the happenings of the American and the Soviet space programs to millions of captivated citizens, words that belonged to the worlds of science, aviation, and science fiction suddenly became part of the colloquial language. What's more, NASA used a litany of acronyms in much of its official correspondence in an effort to transmit as much information in as little time as possible. To translate this peculiar vocabulary, Paul Dickson has compiled the curious lingo and mystifying acronyms of NASA in an accessible dictionary of the names, words, and phrases of the Space Age." "This dictionary captures a broader foundation for the language of the Space Age based on the historical principles employed by the Oxford English Dictionary and Webster's Third New International Dictionary. Word histories for major terms are detailed in a conversational tone, and technical terms are deciphered for the interested student and lay reader. This is a must-own reference for space history buffs." --Book Jacket.
Bilingual Dictionary Over 300 Pictures to Color with Fruits Vegetables Animals Food Family Nature Transportation Sports Household Objects Shapes Colors Insects Holidays Numbers. a Fun Way to Learn Vocabulary with Illustrations and Workbook Practice Space
English Estonian bilingual dictionary with over 300 pictures to color with fruits, vegetables, animals, food, family, nature, transportation, sports, household objects, shapes, colors, insects, holidays, numbers. A fun way to learn vocabulary with engaging illustrations and workbook space to practice writing out the words.
Become familiar with 100 important words in both English and Polish language!There are over 100 eye-catching illustrations divided into 10 themes: Garden, Home, Kitchen, Bathroom, Bedroom, Farm, Forest, Beach, Ocean and Space. This book will be a great aid for building bilingual kids vocabulary in English and Polish language.
A story about using Einstein’s Theory of Special Relativity to your advantage. Baby Billy is born into the circle that includes Starman Jones and Space Pup. They want to take Billy with them on their journeys throughout the universe. But Baby Billy needs to be older. So Starman Jones and Space Pup journey to Sirius and back, traveling very, very fast. The result is that when they return, they arrive on Billy’s 9th birthday, although they, themselves, have barely aged. Thus, they become Billy’s Relativity Birthday Present. Endorsed by Dr. Frank Drake of SETI fame.
This CSB Kids Bible offers young readers an exciting approach to Bible study. Dozens of full-color pages are filled with study helps that will expand kids' Bible knowledge and help them connect to the people, places, and events they are learning about. Perfect for using at home, church, and school, the Kids Bible is a Bible that will grow with your kids as they grow in Christ. Features include: 40 full-color pages with study helps and maps Printed page edges Large, easy-to-read type Bible skills checklist Presentation page Summaries for all Bible divisions Complete text of the Christian Standard Bible (CSB) Part of what makes the Kids Bible so special is the readable, faithful-to-the-original text of the Christian Standard Bible. The CSB’s optimal blend of accuracy and readability makes it a trustworthy, easy-to-understand resource for kids to study and memorize today—and to live and share for a lifetime.