Science plays a major role in almost everything we do and observe, it’s easy to incorporate simple science concepts and lessons into fun experiments, countless art and sensory activities, and even into some of the crafts you do with your kids.
Being “scientific” involves being curious, observing, asking how things happen and learning how to find the answers. Curiosity is natural to children, but they need help understanding how to make sense of what they see and to relate their observations to their existing ideas and understandings.
Why is the sky blue?
Why do things fall to the ground?
How do seeds grow?
Young children ask their parents hundreds of questions like these. make sense of what they see and to relate their observations to their existing ideas and understandings. This is why parental involvement is so important in children’s science education. When we encourage children to ask questions, make predictions, offer explanations and explore in a safe environment, we lend them the kind of support that they need to become successful science students and scientific thinkers.
As a parent, you don’t have to be a scientist or have a college degree to help your child learn science. What’s far more important than being able to give a technical explanation of how a telescope works is your willingness to nurture your child’s natural curiosity by taking the time to observe and learn together.
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