Go Quiz Yourself!: Human Body

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Learning loads of facts is boring, right?

Not with this book! Get your quiz on to become the ultimate biology buff on the human body.

This book is the ultimate combination of facts and fun. Each chapter has loads of fast facts followed by a short quiz, which makes it the perfect tool for revising for a test or for becoming the quizmaster of the universe. It covers a huge range of topics, from the brain, reflexes and nervous system, to how we move, breathe, feel pain and grow. The human body is astounding in so many ways and this book is a whistle-stop tour inside and out.

These books are designed as a companion resource for children studying core curriculum topics. Illustrations, timelines and graphics work with captions and extended texts to challenge the reader's skills in memory, comprehension and reading. Kids will barely realise they are learning when the competitive element takes over as they aim to become the Quizmaster.

The books contain loads of information, but as the quiz sections are spaced evenly throughout, it can make the challenge less overwhelming. Readers can choose to read a section and then answer those questions, or read the book and then attempt the whole quiz in one go. It can be used to test themselves, test their friends or as a ready-made resource for teachers in need of a pop-quiz for their class.

Suitable for children aged 8+ who are studying the human body and its systems as part of the Key Stage 2 curriculum. Also perfect for science-mad kids who love to regurgitate facts!

Titles in this series:

Around the World
Dinosaurs
Human Body
Outer Space
Science

Sport

Product Details

Price
£8.99
Publisher
Hachette Children's Group
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781526312839

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