A quick look in the sky reveals that the sun, like the moon, goes around the Earth. That’s common sense. We can see it. Every day. It’s obvious.
It is also common sense that the world is flat. If it were curved we’d see it and feel it, and all those people and kangaroos in Australia would fall off because they would be upside down.
Of course, at this point one might appeal to the notion of gravity. But where’s the common sense in that? I can’t see gravity, I can’t feel it, I can’t touch it. So why should I ever believe in it, just so that I can believe that the world is round? Which it clearly isn’t.
It’s all a bit like believing that putting a load of gas in a sealed container, opening a tiny gap at one end and setting fire to the gas, will then send the container in the opposite direction. That’s hardly common sense.
In fact, that’s so simple one might say that’s “not rocket science”, but unfortunately it is. Exactly that. Rocket science. It turns out to be just about the simplest form of science that there is, which is all rather confusing.
Perhaps therefore, the best thing to do at this point is abandon common sense totally and head full speed for some scientific investigations. And thus, we have produced 100+ Fun Ideas for Science Investigations.
Common sense will tell you that when you are offered a book called “100+ Fun Ideas for Science Investigations” it will include over 100 ideas for some rather interesting and entertaining science investigations that children can undertake in the classroom.
And at this point, at last, common sense holds sway, because that is exactly what it does contain. For more information or to order 100+ Fun Ideas for Science Investigations for £13.99 as a printed paperback book, £9.99 as an e-book, or both for £16.99 please visit:
Alternatively, you can place an order:
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We are the publishers so we supply it. That’s not rocket science.