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Science Is Child's Play - Changes

UFR Code: 676
Learning science is a magical journey into the awe and wonder of the world around us. Through hands-on play, children build their own ideas about the world. This Child’s Play resource focuses on the changes that occur in the world of materials. Children explore water, air, bubbles, slime, and clay and dough. Each area of play is introduced with the following layout, headings and scaffolding to make the experience easier for you to plan and put into action:

• What are we exploring? • Creating a scenario • Setting the scene • Engaging • Exploring • Expanding

Whether the type of play is spontaneous or teacher constructed, it is important that the children’s hands stimulate their senses. Even more essential is that the children’s minds are strongly connected to what their hands are doing. This is where the teacher becomes the facilitator of effective learning. Suitable for ages 5–6. Contains 60 photocopiable pages.

Science Is Child's Play - Changes

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UFR Code 676
Number of Pages 60
Author Ken Donaldson
ISBN 978-1-86968-603-1
Year Published 2009
Age Age 3–5, Age 5–7
Keyword childs

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