This science series is so easy to use! Activities build upon children's natural inquisitiveness about their world. Numerous hands-on activities encourage children to make observations, ask questions, test ideas, and share results. By actively engaging in inquiries, children begin to develop a knowledge and understanding of the scientific world. As students become involved in these activities, there are suggested questions that help you guide them through the learning process. In addition, we've provided information on literature, bulletin boards, extensions into other curricular areas, and technology such as World Wide Web sites and instructional televisionIn the end, Peter realizes that the noises which he first thought were loud and distracting are in fact quiet and soothing compared to the noises of the animals. Afterwards ... To test the ear protectors, play a musical selection on a tape recorder.
|Title||:||Science Made Simple, Grade 1|
|Author||:||Frank Schaffer Publications|
|Publisher||:||Carson-Dellosa Publishing - 2012-10-22|