Helping Your Child Learn Science The above will search 2think.org Helping Your Child Learn Science CONTENTS Foreword (if you have any questions or suggestions make sure to read this) Introduction The Basics Important Things To Learn Activities at Home The Big Picture - Attack of the Straws - Soap Power - Bubbles - Bugs! - It Floats! - Slime - Celery Stalks at Midnight - Sticky Things - Splish Splash - Hair Raising Results - Moldy Oldies - Plants - Crystals - Cake! - Television Activities in the Community Zoos - Museums - Planetariums - Aquariums - Farms - People Who Use Science in Their Work - Nature Hikes - Science Groups and Organizations - Science Camps - Other Community Resources - Learning from Toys - In the Library and the Bookstore Appendices Parents and Schools Concepts Resources Dinosaur books - Animal and wildlife books - Astronomy and physics - Anatomy - Applied science - Fiction incorporating science - Biographical Figures - Science Experiments - Magazines and periodicals Acknowledgments "Science education begins when a child says, 'Look, look what I found,' or, 'Wait, I hear something.' It begins with the child teaching us to see more, wonder more, notice more." -- Lucy Calkins Raising Lifelong Learners (p. 201) Book ReviewsMore ReviewsSome MoreOtherConnections anthropology astronomy biography ecology/nature evolution history history of science mind mythology parenting/kids philosophy physics popular science religion science fiction Home other comments quotations what's new email link here mirror search List of all books by author? When was a review written? What's currently being read?