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Looking for free resources and finding many worthy webinars and articles






It is always a thrill to meet the authors who have written the articles in Science and Children that I’ve found so helpful, and useful enough to share. At the Elementary Extravaganza event at the 2016 NSTA national conference in Nashville I met Joseph Robinson, author of “How We Know What We Know: Cultivating scientific […]

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Materials, safety, life science–Resources in “Science and Children”






 Children I work with on a weekly basis have been exploring different types of materials as they work with them. Painting with thick or thin consistency paint (see the March 2015 Early Years column), running their hands through a pile of small stones before sending them through a tube, working with ceramic clay formulated for children’s […]

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Early childhood science education gets a boost up from NAEYC’s endorsement of the NSTA position statement






The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) has endorsed the National Science Teachers Association’s (NSTA) new position statement on Early Childhood Science Education. Thank you to all the individuals who brought these two professional organizations together to promote excellence in teaching science in early childhood! To get a deeper understanding of how the […]

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