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by Kristi S. Rosenberg,John H. Falk

ePub Bite-sized Science: Activities for Children in 15 Minutes or Less download
Author:
Kristi S. Rosenberg,John H. Falk
ISBN13:
978-1435260825
ISBN:
1435260821
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Publisher:
Paw Prints 2008-04-18 (April 18, 2008)
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Subcategory:
Schools & Teaching
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1325 kb
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1380 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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749

John H. Falk is the director of the Institute for Learning Innovation. Kristi Rosenberg is a senior associate at the Institute for Learning Innovation. They are two of the authors of Bubble Monster and Other Science Fun.

John H. when you include the prep and having the supplies on-hand. One person found this helpful. Falk, Kristi S. Rosenberg

John H. Rosenberg. Bonnie Matthews (Illustrator).

by John H. Falk and Kristi S. The book begins with an introduction to parents, discussing not only children's natural curiosity but also reminds parents that science is based on forming a hypothesis, testing your hypothesis, and then comparing the results with your predictions. Parents are encouraged to involve their children in these steps as they do the activities presented in the book and in everyday life.

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Activities for Children in 15 Minutes or Less. Summary: Here's a fun way to get young minds discovering the wonders of the natural world by making predictions, testing them, and then evaluating the results-learning the scientific method. Ages 3-8 Grades PreK-3 Paperback 128 Pages 9-1/2" x 7" Published June 1999 ISBN 9781556523489. Important: Returns are not accepted on books and curriculum downloads. Related Products (2). Quick View.

814 North Franklin Street, Chicago, Il, 60610 Age: 3 to 6 Heres a fun way to get young minds discovering the wonders of the natural world by making predictions, testing them, and then evaluating the resultslearning the scientific method.

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  • My 4.5yr old and almost 6yr old love this book. i love that each activity or experiment is so simply written. they don't take long. they give you the facts. the materials needed are simple and there are questions to ask your kids about the experiment. i don't have to plan much and they just have fun. We did the "Foil molding" today and my son (the almost 6yr old) kept wanting to do more! i have searched and searched and was so blessed to find this simple experiment book for when my kids want MORE science.

  • I love this because if I have a few spare minutes at the end of my lesson I can whip this out and do a fun practical activity with my high school students. Thank you!

  • Great collection of easy to do and quick to implement ideas for early childhood science- a must have addition to any classroom. What to do, what you need, facts, development markers, quotes too. All black and white- would have been even better with some color.... but a great book none the less

  • The book begins with an introduction to parents, discussing not only children's natural curiosity but also reminds parents that science is based on forming a hypothesis, testing your hypothesis, and then comparing the results with your predictions. Parents are encouraged to involve their children in these steps as they do the activities presented in the book and in everyday life. The activities are divided into 5 categories (In the kitchen, High Energy, Quiet Times, Bedtime, and Bigger than a bite) and each activity notes an appropriate age range (includes 3 and up). In addition, each activity has a brief discussion of what you will do then a 1 - 2 (short) paragraph discussion of scientific facts related to the activity (info for the parents). During the discussion of the activity, questions for the child are noted. These help the parent to help the child learn from the activity. Almost all of the activities are very simple, for example listening to yourself chew various types of food (soft/crunchy). This book does a good job of helping parents to bring science into everyday activities. Although some of the activities are listed as age 3 on up, I believe that generally children ages 4 or 5 and up would get more from these concepts presented.

  • This book has NOTHING new or interesting in it. Very drab, lacking imagination and creativity. Wish I had checked out from Library instead of purchasing, waste of money.

  • than 15 mins. when you include the prep and having the supplies on-hand. But all in all it's a fun book with activities for children 3-6.