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There are twenty-four short stories in the non-fiction book The Science of Everyday Life The short stories found in this book highlight and explain such wonders and curiosities such as why you blink why women take longer to use the washroom and other curiosities of daily life This book is generally useful and has many applications for the different grade levels of science For example for grade nine the Sweet Thoughts from a Tiny Brain would be a quite interesting story This story offers a touch of biology and a simple scientific explanation of how the tiny brain of the bee is programmed and how it functions In addition it demonstrates how the bees work together in a team to find their food or honey These resources can be useful and applicable for grade nine advanced science students to learn to observe things in the lab and to work as a group In addition it is helpful for the students to learn a bit about the food chain The chapter Closet Science is about the mystery of the blue-green light that can be seen from crunching the sugar in Wintergreen Lifesavers This chapter is good for use in grade ten advanced science class because it gives some introductory insight to Chemistry by way of relating the topics of atoms crystal structures molecules electrons energies charge particles and range of the spectrum In addition from this knowledge the chapter proceeds to the question of how lightning is produced Overall this chapter enables the students to convey and use a real-life example and resource to learn more about science in an interactive at a somewhat advanced level For grade eleven Chemistry the story of Two Good Reasons for Having a Bath provides an experiment in finding out the percentage of silver in the gold crown This experiment can be used as a practical one in the class to
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