Kindergarten: A book for teachers and parents

Science Rocks

  • Susan stresses science projects for a number of reasons. The hands on nature of science lessons allows students of all abilities to participate. It isn’t unusual for some who have a hard time with reading lessons to excel when it comes to handling things. Chapter five is full of great ideas that can be done in school and at home. There is no reason not to grow things, dissect things, deal with small animals, and put all of the children’s senses to work. She also encourages parents to let children have and help care for pets even if it’s just a gold fish.
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