I can remember when the idea of teaching science to a room full of 4 year-olds terrified me. My fear often led to science activities that were either “safe,” not messy, or often underdeveloped. Students tended to overlook my science center and it was not utilized enough by my young students. I can even recall a memory where I encouraged my students to look, but not touch.
Sound familiar? Or perhaps, in need of some fresh ideas?
WE HAVE THE TRAINING JUST FOR YOU!
Join us for an interactive, hands-on learning experience that will leave you withthe opportunity to look at investigations, teaching strategies and developmentally appropriate projects that promote the young learner with multiple science experiences.
Participants will engage in a Make & Take session where they will experience a variety of ideas and create activities to support hands-on learning in the early childhood classroom.
Science in the Early Childhood Classroom: How? Where? and When? (SP1632266), Tuesday, April 5, 2016, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.