A Crash Course in Forces and Motion with Max Axiom, Super


A Crash Course in Forces and Motion with Max Axiom, Super Scientist Follow Max Axiom on an amazing adventure through FORCES AND MOTION In this action packed graphic novel, the one and only Super Scientist bungee jumps into the science of gravity, rides a roller coaster to discover inertia, and Through comic book style art, Max Axiom transforms science topics, like physics, into fun filled adventures Perfect for young scientists and comic book fans alike



10 thoughts on “A Crash Course in Forces and Motion with Max Axiom, Super Scientist

  1. Cindy Janett Cindy Janett says:

    Very difficult for my fourth grade students to understand They loved the graphic novel illustrations but the concepts were still difficult to understand Force, motion, and intertia were referenced and even illustrated but the lack of context in the story made it hard to understand.


  2. Andrea Castillo Andrea Castillo says:

    I think this book is really cool and I would love to have it in my classroom because it helps students understand difficult science concepts like the different forces there are I really like the illustrations and how the main character who is guiding two students is a person of color because it will allow my students of color to feel like they can educators too.


  3. Kate Kate says:

    I had seen Max Axiom volumes on the shelves at my library for months before I decided to check one out I m sorry I waited so long to do it In A Crash Course in Forces and Motion, Max guides his nephew and the reader through the basics of this scientific concept in a graphic novel format.The nonfiction graphic novel is gaining serious traction these days, and the Max Axiom series seems to exemplify the bene


  4. Cristina Cristina says:

    Want to build your own pyramid, hovercraft, or catapult Or, magically create a color changing liquid or an icky slime In this collection, superhero scientist Max Axiom shares the secrets of how to produce and perform these hands on activities and experiments with every turn of the page Written with brightly colored illustrations in graphic novel format, the easy to follow text engages the reader and even appea


  5. Leew49 Leew49 says:

    I had no idea what this book would be like when I reserved it at the library, but thought graphic novels that explain science would be worth a try I recommend it for grade school children Decent artwork and real life examples of Newton s Laws Max Axiom visits an amusement park and demonstrates gravity, speed, acceleration, inertia, equal and opposite reactions, centripetal force, balanced forces, and F ma to obvio


  6. Maximilian Maximilian says:

    A great, accessible explanation of gravity, inertia, friction and other basic physics in a graphic novel set in an amusement park My 8 year old son read this at least 10 times before we returned it to the library Of the 6 Max Axiom books we ve now read, this one is the best.


  7. Ms. B Ms. B says:

    Learn about the science behind forces and motion in this graphic novel that also contains cool experiments that show the concepts Science specialists, along with anyone who likes hands on science experiments will enjoy this one.


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  9. Lisa C Lisa C says:

    Feeling kind of stupid, as I ve been mis pronouncing centripetal force my entire life


  10. Savannah Savannah says:

    I like it because, it teaches kids about science in a fun way.


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