My First Book 3 – My Space Book


Preface The study of the vast, mysterious space and universe is what scientists, biologists, astronomers and geographers dedicate their life to as well as what children love to explore. Young...

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The study of the vast, mysterious space and universe is what scientists, biologists, astronomers and geographers dedicate their life to as well as what children love to explore. Young as four to five years old, children are happy to read and play with our space book, to start their travel with their parents to the cosmic space.

The space and universe is far more than a red sun, a banana-shaped moon and pentagonal stars as we and our children can imagine. Adults will ask the encyclopedia when they want to find out more; however, what will we do to deal with our children’s curiosity?

“My Space Book” is the third book of the My first book series. Interactive and explorative, it is one of best children books for 4 to 5 year-olds that covers a wide range of knowledge about the universe from planets and eclipses to oceans and continents, with cultural and scientific information and interesting pictures. Children will enjoy the interactive games such as Space Gobang and Alien Memory Battle, and parents will be highly recommended to show their participation.

My First Book 3 – My Space Book, adhering to the mission of enlightening and cultivating children’s talents, confidence and independence, opens children’s mind to the space and universe, exerting their imagination to a far higher level.

About This Book

Contrastive to traditional books, My Space Book well motivates children to read by stimulating their sensitivity to colours and pictures. Like other books in the series, My Space Book is so dynamic and interative that , for instance, children will step into the space station to assemble and replace the parts and equipment which can train children’s physical strengths as well as their logical thinking ability.

The maps and facts attached with this book explain the structure of the galaxy and the star column in more detail. Children can explore the universe deeper when they get older.

Fun Facts about My Space Book

Welcome to space
Have you ever looked up at the night sky and the stars?You are looking into the outer space !Space looks black because most of it is empty.There are more stars in the universe than grains of sand on all the beaches on Earth. That’s at least a billion trillion!

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Stars are much too far away to visit!

But scientists can study them using super-powerful telescopes.People who study the things in space are called astronomers.

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About 500 people have travelled into space so far .Inventions such as rockets and spacesuits have made this possible.

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To understand space ,you need to know about the invisible force that holds it all together :gravity .
Everything in the universe produces a force of gravity that pulls on everything else -even you !

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Going into space

Humans have always wanted to explore space ,but it isn’t easy .Even getting off the ground is hard !You also have to take everything you need -air ,food, water ,and fuel.
It takes an enormous amount of power and speed for a human to escape Earth’s gravity and go into space .

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Weather awaits you everyday! Open a door or window and there you will find it. It is an amazing phenomenon to study!
Learning Objectives:
The student will explore the concept of weather.
The student will identify kinds of weather (e.g., snowy, rainy, cloudy, sunny, windy, stormy, etc.)
Weather is so fascinating! Children have been exposed to different kinds of weather since the day they were born.

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When is lunch? What day do we have art? So many things revolve around time.
Learning how to tell time is a skill that students will use their whole life — just like reading, counting . Students begin learning this skill in kindergarten, but it can be difficult to grasp at first since the numbers on the clock have to be converted to minutes, which is a relatively complex task for this age. Activities for teaching kindergartners how to tell time should find ways to simplify the information.

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For years it was believed that Earth was the only planet in our solar system with liquid water. More recently, NASA revealed its strongest evidence yet that there is intermittent running water on Mars, too!

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Solar System

Our Solar System is made up of the Sun,Earth,seven other planets and all the other objects that travel around the Sun.

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Changing Moon

We always see the same face of the Moon,but how much of it is lit up depends on its position between us and  the Sun.From an invisible new moon it slowly grows until the whole surface is lit .It then shrinks until it is dark again .

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Gomoku is a great game that can teach children how to think strategically and analyze situations. Start with the basic concepts and the movements that each piece can make. Once your child has mastered that information, begin to play modified versions of a game of Gomoku.Allow your child to learn at their own pace, and always be encouraging and patient. You want your child to develop a love for the game and think of  Gomoku as a fun activity.

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Memory Game

Memory improvement is part of this memory game, the process can be done with few steps that can be easy and performed effortlessly.
This memory game is going to activate some areas of your brain responsible for memory acquisition which therefore can help your memory improve. Enjoy it and try to finish before 1:30 min.

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Space junk is any human-made object orbiting Earth that no longer serves a useful purpose. Scientists estimate there are about 500,000 pieces of space junk today, including fragments from rockets and satellites, and everyday items like spanners dropped during construction of the International Space Station!

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Rocket power

To get into space ,astronauts blast off in a capsule on top of a rocket.
What lifts them into space is a controlled explosion of heat and fire!

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