trash arrow-right cross close house-black-silhouette-without-door question multiple-users-silhouette add shopping-store-cart

Let's Invent

Let's Invent
$6.95
DIG February 2019. This issue of DIG features the history of each of these common items. Journey to ancient Rome, China, Egypt, Mexico, and more, uncovering brilliant discoveries along the way.

Availability: In Stock

OR
DIG INTO HISTORY February 2019

Think of a world without paper, rubber, glass, or odometers? All of these items had to be invented! This issue of DIG features the history of each of these common items. Journey to ancient Rome, China, Egypt, Mexico, and more, uncovering brilliant discoveries along the way. In present day, learn how paper is made, discover books that inspire inventiveness, and meet students today developing smart sensors with InvenTeams TM . Special thanks to the Lemelson-MIT Program for collaboration on this unique issue!


Don’t miss these enlightening features:

“What is Invention?” by Diana Childress

“Why Rome?” by Anthony Hollingsworth

“How Much Further?” by Gordon Grimwade

“Sensors Today” by Tony Perry

“Meet Cai Lun” by Maria Sobotka

“Paper Power” by Gordon Grimwade

“Recover- Recycle” by Louise Chipley Slavicek

“Rubber Adds the Bounce” by Sarah Novak

“A Product With Countless Uses” by Diana Childress

“These Trees Have it!” by Ellen Seiden

“A Closer Look” by Leigh B. Estabrooks

“Egyptian Glass” by Paul T. Nicholson

“Invention or Innovation” by Albert Garcia

“With an Eye to the Future” by Leigh B. Estabrooks

Regular features include Fun With Words, The Adventures of Dr. Dig, Fun & Games, Did You Know?, Dig It!, Tales It Is!, Strange—But True!, Ask Away!, Off the Shelf/ On the Net, and Artifacts