'Hey! That's my Mp3 player!' shouted Amy. 'No, it's not! It's mine,' said Zoe. Only the chalk circle can sort out who is the real owner.
Insects don't have voices, so how do they make sounds?
If you went swimming 100 years ago, your clothes would have been made of wool! Times have changed, and now sports clothes are made to be comfortable, and to help you play sport well.
It's time to vote for a class captain. But who will you choose? "Vote for me because I will work hard to make this class the best... I will not rest until we are the best!"
Bartering came before money. People swapped one kind of good or service for another. Bartering still goes on today.
Humans need to move in many different ways. In work, fun and even in rest, we just can't stop moving!
"Zac, look, there's a lion!" shouted Thomas. The boys enjoyed their trip to see the lions, until there was a problem with the truck. Then, the lions disappeared...
|Author:||Popular Mechanics Press Editors (Editor)|
These 101 classic projects from the pages of "Popular Mechanics" will bring out the kid in everyone Go full speed ahead with these wonderful things to build, from a Motor Car, Motorcycle-powered Catamaran, and Ferris Wheel to... read more
Endorsed by WESPA for use in Tournament & Club play from 1st September 2015, the latest official wordlist contains all 276,663 words. Nearly every Scrabble player has been involved in a dispute over which words are acceptable. Now you can settle all those sq... read more
This unrivalled illustrated guide to human evolution brings you face to face with your ancient ancestors. Travelling back in time almost eight million years, the book charts the development of our species, Homo sapiens, from tree-dwelling primates to modern humans. Evol... read more