This easy-to-follow book allows young learners to explore the inner workings of a computer mouse.
What kind of mouse has no ears, nose, or feet? A computer mouse! This book teaches students how a mouse and a computer work together. When you move your mouse, the cursor on your screen moves, making it quicker and easier to perform tasks on your computer. All the components of a computer mouse are outlined and give a better understanding of this important and useful computer tool. This book will allow students to make observations and/or measurements of an object’s motion to provide evidence that a pattern can be used to predict future motion.
Filled with full-color photographs and reading comprehension activities, this book effectively engages students and complements the research of how an important piece of technology works. Computer Mouse allows students to make observations and gather information about a simple problem that can be solved through the development of a new or improved object or tool.
Each 24-page book features a teacher-focused concept, before- and after-reading activities, a photo glossary, and more, for a well-rounded understanding of the topic. The How It Works series lets young readers explore and research the technology and design of important, everyday things and how they are engineered. With simple-to-follow text and full-color photographs, these books easily engage young learners to discover the inner workings of complex objects and concepts.