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Introduce your little ones to the fascinating world of science with our new book “What is an Element?”. This colorful and engaging science reader is perfect for children ages 4-8 and is designed to make learning about the building blocks of matter fun and easy.

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What is an Element?

“What is an Element?” is an interesting science reader for little kids. In this Children Science Book, you can have lots of fun while learning the introductory concepts of chemistry.

An element is a type of matter that is made up of only one kind of atom. Atoms are the tiny building blocks that make up everything in the world. There are over 100 different elements, and each one has its own unique properties and characteristics. Some examples of elements are hydrogen, oxygen, and carbon. They are the basic building blocks of everything around us, like the air we breathe and the food we eat.

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What is an Element? What are atoms? Which atoms make elements? What are their names, symbols and roles?

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Do you know what is everything made of? Atoms make up everything around us. Plastic wrappers, metal spoons, rubber toy, air around us and even earth beneath our feet, all is made up atoms. Atoms make up elements and these are the building blocks for all the rest of the matter in the world.

Chemistry is a main part of science which deals with atoms, molecules and elements. To little ones, it can be mysterious and magical. In chemistry, an element is a simple substance that can’t be divided or changed into another substance. The basic part of an element is an atom. Atoms have protons, neutrons, and electrons. All atoms of one element have the same number of protons. An atom is the smallest unit of matter that still retains its original properties.

Learn about some of the elements such as Iron, Oxygen, Gold and Helium. Iron elements have all atoms of Iron, Oxygen elements have all atoms of Oxygen and like this all elements have atoms of its own. Each one of them have their specific symbols. Also learn about where these elements are found.

Exploring the science of elements, creates ways for children to gain an understanding.

This book explains what an element in chemistry is and what are various symbols of elements.

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