The Science of Soccer

The Science of Soccer

The Science of Soccer

Soccer is one of the most popular sports in the world, and its popularity in America is growing with each Major League Soccer season. Every big play that makes fans stand up and cheer is only possible because of science. Readers discover the important science concepts behind every part of a soccer game. Informative sidebars and detailed graphic organizers are included to enhance readers’ understanding of these concepts. They’re also used to make connections between the worlds of science, technology, engineering, and math as they relate to soccer. A wide variety of STEM curriculum topics are introduced in a relatable way, with colorful photographs providing real-life examples for readers.

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ISBN : 1499411480
Pages : 32 pages
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