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Have you ever wondered what birds are saying as they sing, call, quack, and drum? With these dynamic activities from Bird Sleuth, you and your students will investigate why and how birds communicate and learn to appreciate the songs you hear everyday. Your download includes the Lesson Plans and Student Journal.
For the last several years, Alan Alda has held a competition for scientists to explain science concepts in terms that students can understand. The judges are 11-year-old kids and the scientists are world-renowned. Check it out as many of these are great instructional tools! There was one contest on the flame, one on color, and the 2018 contest topic will be announced December 2017.
Check out this book, published by MIT Press, about how adults and children can share in wonder about nature. The premise is simple: a sense of wonder comes from a relationship with nature and more and more kids are missing out. This collection of essays can help adults forge this relationship.
In order to decide whether or not your child is truly ready to begin learning the alphabet, try this quick test. Have your child hold a pencil, if they are able to properly hold a pencil steadily in their hand, then this is a good starting point. Be patient with your child, and remember that writing is a complete new process and can be a difficult task for young children
Whether you're looking to find a small Halloween treat (without all that sugar!) to give to your child, grandchild, niece, nephew, etc., this enormous list of Halloween & Fall children's books is sure to help you with your decision.
Looking for kids websites? The internet has so many wonderful educational websites for kids to explore, right at the tips of their fingers. There are tons of kid-friendly websites that are dedicated to children's learning. We've have scoured the internet for the top kid websites, in search of safe educational and fun websites for children and created a nice list for you to reference. Here they are categorized in no particular order.