Video Cassette - 1998
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Patterns: Everytime you look at, hear, touch, smell, or taste something, your brain collects a little information about the world around you. People deal with huge amounts of information by finding patterns in them. Patterns are a human way to organize and understand information.
Measurement: Using measurement, we can make useful comparisons of distance, time, mass, and temperature. A scientist's most important tools are the ones used for measuring e.g. telescopes, spectroscopes, microscopes, stethoscopes, radar, thermometers, corers, geiger counters, scales, barometers--not to mention the meter stick--are all used to compare stuff in our universe and make observations.
Publisher: [Burbank, Calif.] : Disney Educational Productions ; Toronto, Ont. : distributed by Magic Lantern Communications, c1998.
Characteristics: 1 videocassette (VHS) (approximately 49 min.) :,sound, color ;,1/2 in. +,1 teacher's sheet.
Alternative Title: Patterns [videorecording]


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