A Parents' Guide for Children's Questions

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Xlibris Corporation, Jul 16, 2010 - Reference
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Children by nature are curious about the world and people around them. As they grow older their level of awareness increases and questions begin to pour from their inquiring minds. Their questions maybe motivated by what they hear and see in their surroundings, what they see on television or what they are trying to learn in school. In most cases the burden of answering these questions falls on the parents. Parents are busy people. Children want the answers right now. This guide will provide answers for many questions traditionally asked by children between the ages of eight and sixteen. This guide is published in E-Book format only and is intended to reside in your EBook reader so the information is easily accessed whether at home or on the road.
 

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Ben Casados was born in Park View, NM a rural mountain community in Northern New Mexico. He attended New Mexico State University where he earned a BS degree in Biology. He taught Biology at Northern New Mexico College. He continued his graduate studies at Michigan State University, under the auspices of the National Science Foundation. He earned an M.S. Degree in Physical Science. Ben has been involved in Science education his entire professional life. In 1964 he was one of 50 science trained people employed by NASA as Space Science Specialists and held this position concurrently with a professor status at Oklahoma State University. In this capacity Ben traveled throughout the United States, Mexico, Puerto Rico and South America speaking to over a hundred thousands of students and adults about space science and conducting workshops and seminars for teachers on how to incorporate the space science topics across the curriculum. Currently he serves as the Chairman of the California Virtual Education Partnership, a non-profit entity which operates five virtual 6-12 grades high schools in California

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