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Mention the word science in class and you definitely won’t hear moans. Students from pre-kindergarten and beyond typically enjoy science activities for two reasons: The subject is mostly hands on and the topics include subjects students are interested in and get excited about. Remember learning all about animals, space and rocks? ...Read more >> Science takes on a whole new look when kids get magnifying glasses and start investigating.
At Evan-Moor, educators will discover a menu of basic science skills resources that cultivate a love for the discipline and teach vital science vocabulary and more. Skill Sharpeners: Science is available in grades pre-kindergarten through sixth. Through innovative and focused exercises, children explore the basics of physical, life and Earth science. Your child will be immediately drawn to the colorful and appealing design of the Skill Sharpeners: Science books that are based on the most current state science standards as well as the Next Generation science standards.
Lessons include engaging activities, hands-on projects and experiments. The experiments utilize simple materials that can be easily and inexpensively obtained around the house. Each activity can be incorporated into the classroom or be done at the kitchen table at home. Use Skill Sharpeners: Science activities in small or large groups. Change up your usual centers by adding a fun, simple science activity. The realistic and informative scientific illustrations and attention-grabbing photography are always a hit with students and allow children to make scientific connections from the classroom to the real world.
Somewhere between preschool and middle school, science starts to become less intriguing for students. With grade-level appropriate science activities that interest and excite, teachers can continue to hold onto the preschool scientific enthusiasm throughout elementary school into middle school and beyond. Explore Evan-Moor’s basic science skills resources and complement your district’s science program or cultivate the scientist you have at home.