Science Experiences for Early Childhood Years: An Integrated Affective Approach
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
Science anxiety can be a real thing for new or even seasoned teachers. This book is a helpful step-by-step guide for formulating safe, effective, and engaging science lessons. This book is for a K-3 audience, but could be introduced earlier. The book itself is older, but the science ideas are not. While it is good to modernize and adjust lessons, there are still many books, albeit older, that can provide means for teachers to effectively teach science lessons.
Review: Science Experiences for the Early Childhood Years: An Integrated Affective ApproachUser Review - Goodreads
This book is great for teachers who want teach elementary science.
An Integrated Approach to Science Learning
Promoting Concept Connections
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