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CONTENTS Preface About the Editor Introduction Our Theme Our Beliefs About Science Education and Young Children The Role of Questioning in Science The Importance of Science Processes Using the Activities Respect for Living Things Children With Special Needs Can Do Science Safely Doing Science With Young Children Simple Graphing for Young Childre Science Teaching Boards Basic Materials List The Activities [There are 88 activities.] The Five Senses Useful Hand Lenses Looking at Me Prism Play Color Walk Shape Walk Light to See Scavenger Hunt Tasting Smelly Cans Smelling Flowers Sound: Shake, Rattle, and Roll A Sound Walk Vibrations Noise Makers A Touch Collage Matching by Touch Weather A Wind Walk A Windy Day Air That Moves Parachutes My Shadow Shadows on my Playground Where Did the Shadows Go? What Is the Weather Like Today? Snow Tracks and Traces Snow on the Go Keeping Warm: Coats Physical Science Whatøs Magnetic? Magnetic Scavenger Hunt Magnetic Force through Objects Magnetic Mazes The Magnet Contest ø Which Magnet is Stronger? My Favorite Rock All Kinds of Rocks Balance Balancing Me Towers Building with Blocks Will it Roll? Ramps Roller Coasters Marble Painting Bubbles Raising Raisins Critters Critters: Roly-Poly Sow Bugs Critters: Meal Worms Critters: Observing Earthworms Critters: Jumping Crickets Critters: Swimming Fish Critter Camouflage Spider Web Collecting Making a Giant Spider Web Looking for Birds Feeding the Birds Building Bird Nests Water and Water Mixtures Looking Through Water Water Painting Absorbing Water Absorbing Colors Water Mixtures Water Drops Water Magic Bubble Makers Bubble Bugs Sand Sculptures Mixing Colors Color Designs Water Drops as Art Making Oobleck Snappy Seeds Seeds in Our Food Where do Seeds come From? Sorting Seeds How are Seeds Alike? Soaking Seeds Seeds to Plants Terrariums An Ear of Corn What can we do with Our Corn Popping Up Some Change Seeds as Food Seed Wreath Pondering Pumpkins: The Outsides Pondering Pumpkins: The Insides Nature Walks Nature Bracelets Observing Weeds Pet Walk Adopting a Tree Visit to a Nursery Branch Puzzles Leaves: Falling for You Index
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Science -- Study and teaching (Early childhood) -- Activity programs.