Four Books to Introduce Your Baby to Science
It is never to early to introduce your children to learning. I read to my daughter while she was still in the womb. I have heard about numerous scientific studies that show that children in the womb are capable of learning. I have read other studies that state that children learn the most from conception to the age of 9 years. With this knowledge I find it important to get as much good information in to there brains as possible. Now you do not want to bore your kids or force them to learn. Let it come naturally. Purchasing educational toys and books can help. The great folks over at Source Books have a series of scientific books “for Babies”. I have read four in the series and want to share them with you.
Newtonian Physics for Babies
The first book we will look at is Newtonian Physics for Babies. My granddaughter is still in the I love to hear Mommy read books and I think they are tasty stage. Good news is this book, like all the rest is a hardboard book so it will last for years. Starting with a simple ball your little ones will learn about force, motion, mass and gravity.
Rocket Science for Babies
This book uses the same ball to explain air flow, lift and thrust. When I first spoke about these books, I got a lot of ” how can I read about all these sciences when I do not understand them myself?” No worries y’all. They are very basic. And if you have never been taught anything on the subjects, you can learn a bit about these sciences too.
General Relativity for Babies
Starting again with the ball, babies will now learn about mass, space and warp before getting into the generality of black holes.
Quantum Physics for Babies
This book introduces babies to the simplistic parts of Newtonian Physics starting with the ball and working into neutrons, protons and electrons.
Ready to Buy? Head over to Source Books and get ya some.
I was not a paid for my opinion; however, I may have been given a free product for review. Thanks to all of my sponsors and their parent companies for their support in this review.