JJ's Science Adventures: Forces
- About the Author
After receiving their birthday presents from their grandfather, Joyce and Jonathon find themselves in possession of two bags which transform into a talking robot (Robo) and a teleportation portal. With a set of keys from Robo, the kids open the portal into sub-dimensional worlds created by the ‘World Maker’, an incredible invention by their grandfather to help them learn science.
In this installment of the JJ's Science Adventure Series, the twins embark on their most exciting adventure yet - unlocking the secrets contained in the fascinating World of Forces! Armed with a mission to solve the challenging puzzle traps set by their grandfather, the duo venture into the fantastical City of Magical Forces, where they form a Dream Team to vie for the coveted puzzle medal. The tournament takes them into The Forces Colosseum where they work hand in hand to unravel the powers of the elastic spring force, scale a magnetic wall in the Trial of Attraction, race in the adrenaline-packed Battle of Speed and withstand intense pressure in the Trial of Gravity! Will they stand up to each challenge and overcome the evil exploits of Mr Sinister and his minions yet again? Hop on for this heart-thumping finale in JJ's Science Adventure: Forces!
In this book, we provide additional information in the DID YOU KNOW and CHALLENGE YOURSELF sections. In the DID YOU KNOW section, find out whether the Leaning Tower of Pisa will ever topple. In addition, understand the effects of zero gravity on the human body while in outer space! In the CHALLENGE YOURSELF section, readers are tested on the key scientific concepts in Forces.
As an educator, Aurelia Tan has encountered students with a myriad of different learning styles. Some of them are unable to reach their maximum potential owing to a mismatch between the way they acquire and process information and the way information is delivered to them. This has often impeded the students' ability to learn, particularly those with learning difficulties. It was also observed that most of these students are not motivated to read and many of them do not find Science interesting. Thus, Aurelia has endeavoured to produce an enjoyable learning tool - JJ's Science Adventure as an alternative medium for children to learn Science.
Aurelia is trained as a primary school teacher at National Insitute of Education, Nanyang Technology University. She has more than a decade of teaching experience and has taught in local primary schools and in Chinese Development Assistance Council (CDAC). Aurelia pursued a psychology degree from Murdoch University (Australia) in 2008 and graduated with First Class Honours in 2011.
Page Count: 84
Year Published: 2014