All Aboard for Space: Introducing Space to Youngsters

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DIANE Publishing, 1995 - 169 pages
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Represents a logical and well thought out approach for introducing space to youngsters. Designed as a resource for teachers and parents concerned with early childhood education. The curriculum activities are based on the following format: name; subject/sense (math or science and which senses are emphasized); skill; procedure (description of activity, with a list of required materials); parent/child experience; objective; and background information. Covers: clouds; weather; solar system; rockets; space food and suits; endangered species; and much more.
  

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Page 4 - The principal goal of education is to create men who are capable of doing new things, not simply of repeating what other generations have done men who are creative, inventive and discoverers.
Page 4 - The great danger today is of slogans, collective opinions, ready-made trends of thought. We have to be able to resist individually, to criticize, to distinguish between what is proven and what is not. So we need pupils who are active, who learn early to find out by themselves, partly by their own spontaneous activity and partly through materials we set up for them; who learn early to tell what is verifiable and what is simply the first idea to come to them.
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