In the Delta Science Reader Electromagnetism, students discover what electricity is and read about electric currents and circuits. They learn how electromagnets work, how generators produce electricity, and how electric motors work. They also read about a famous scientist—Samuel Morse—and his invention of both a practical telegraph system and the signaling code that was named after him. Finally, students learn about the many uses of electromagnets.
Delta Science Readers are 24-page nonfiction books for students with informative, engaging full-color photos and graphics that present key science concepts and vocabulary.
Each reader has three main sections:
Student Readers 8 1/2" x 10 7/8", 24 pages