Students become scientists during this program, exploring the worlds of entomology, oceanography, meteorology, astronomy, chemistry, physics, zoology, and paleontology. Using hands-on, discovery-based learning, students investigate many cause-and-effect relationships between the elements on Earth and in the atmosphere. A love and understanding of science will grow as the natural curiosity of young children is nurtured and developed.Instructional Materials library books and assorted references on animals, old socks, paper bags, double-sided mounting tape, scrap felt or art foam, construction paper (assorted colors), yarn (assorted colors), miscellaneous recycled items or craft supplies (for puppet making), glue, scissors, and crayons, ... Closure Have students share information about the nearest zoo and plan a trip with their families.
|Title||:||Ph. D. - Doctor of Sciences|
|Author||:||Angie Harrelson, Brenda McGee, Debbie Keiser|
|Publisher||:||PRUFROCK PRESS INC. - 2007-07-01|