Learning science through everyday experiences

Thumb102x102_2MANY science learning opportunities abound in everyday life.  The many "laboratories" include your garden, kitchen, weather, night sky and the playground. Young children by nature are curious and love exploring their world. So you can take advantage of this inherent sense of wonder about their surroundings to instill a love for science.

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Sparking interest in science naturally

Thumb102x102ZACH devised a way to mount two tricycles together so that he and his buddy Etienne could ride together. Zach sat at the back and took a joy ride while he quipped to the front rider, "I don't have to ride to move!" Now what would have pleased every science teacher is that Zach is just five. By doing what he did, he had demonstrated his curiosity which is a
vital prerequisite to the learning of science.

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Stop! Look! Go!

AS mentioned before, verbs form one of the eight parts of speech. Most of us know that verbs refer to words indicating actions. But a verb is much more than that. It can express action (to do), refer to a current state of an action, or be a helper to another verb.

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Learning English? Get the plan!

POOR people who cannot afford a professional architect try to use their common sense to build a house that is simple and ordinary but which suits their purpose. Those who are able to hire architects are able to make professional plans to build their house. But the bottomline is this: everyone must still have a plan, simple or no. For the learning of the English language, our plan or blueprint is called grammar.

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