Mudpies to Magnets: A Preschool Science Curriculum

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Gryphon House, 1987 - Education - 157 pages
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224 hands-on science experiments and ideas with step-by-step instructions delight and amaze children as they experience nature, the human body, electricity, floating and sinking, and more. Children participate in projects such as making a tornado in a jar, creating constellations and growing crystals. Categorized by curriculum areas, each activity includes a list of vocabulary words and easily accessible materials.

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+ Dancing Droppers 31 Dinosaur? 57
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+ Big Dipper Little Dipper Everyones 2 + Rainbow in ajar
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Robert Williams is Professor Emeritus at Southern Illinois University. He is currently acting as lead consultant for the NSF-funded Building Base Line Objectives for Children's Knowledge and Skills in Science (BLOCKS) program at the University of Texas. The teachers and researchers in BLOCKS are assessing what skills four-year-olds can attain before they enter kindergarten.

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