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The first book in the Quantitative Physics Series is now available on Amazon for purchase.

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The video solutions to the first 7 pages can be found here. For more detailed instructions,

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Philosophy: Of all the sciences, physics is one of the most intuitive. Yet, we wait a long time, often until junior year in high school, to teach it. Once in high school, many students who would have been fine learning physics concepts at the age of 8, 9, or 10 struggle to comprehend the more mathematical form of the subject. This workbook series aims to bridge this gap by using an intuitive, conceptual, and quantitative approach to physics. The hope is to instill a love for the subject in young children and empower them to be critical thinkers.

Levels: There are three levels of workbooks:

  • Conceptual Physics: This level focuses on building an understanding of basic concepts and principles without heavy mathematical formalism. The emphasis is on developing intuition, critical thinking, and qualitative reasoning. Suggested grades: k-3

  • Quantitative Physics: Students begin to delve into more quantitative aspects of physics at this level. We will further develop physics concepts using data plotting and analysis alongside data collection, analysis, and interpretation of experimental and observational data. Suggested grades: 4-8

  • High School Physics: At this level, the students will be introduced to areas under the curves, and will start working with equations. Suggested grades 8-11. The release date will be in early 2025.

Description: These books are not textbooks nor workbooks; instead, they serve as both simultaneously. They are designed to be self-paced, self-taught, and student-centered. The intention is that students will be able to follow the instructions, problems, and included solutions without relying on much support from a teacher or parent.

For direct instruction, please sign up for one of my live, interactive classes. I am also working on providing detailed solutions/instructions, which upon completion will be available on YouTube for free.  

Solutions: A complete set of solutions are available at the back of the books.

Author: Dr. Azadeh Samadani has taught physics for more than 20 years. She has been a faculty at Brandeis University, a postdoctoral researcher at MIT, and a faculty at The Pingry School. She has a Ph.D. in physics and has numerous publications in the fields of Condensed matter Physics and Biophysics. She founded “Physics Literacy for Kids” in 2022 and has since been passionately teaching physics to children from all around the world. Nothing interests her more than seeing sparks of curiosity in the eyes of young ones, where the world is full of wonder and learning is wonderful.      

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