The entire month of April is dedicated to science resources: articles, lessons, experiments, guest posts, giveaways, and a challenge. If you love science, hate science, or fall somewhere in between you can take something away from this month long celebration. The month is divided into themes and you can click on the titles to view posts for that theme as they come available.
The purpose is to help make science more accessible for kids (and people that work with kids). I hope to change your mindset about science and encourage you to make science a priority. I want my own kids to be problem finders and solution seekers and feel that science is integral to that process, but realized that it wasn't the way I was presenting the material.
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This week focuses on biology which includes the study of all living things. If you click on the link you will be taken to the Biology Page for a list of posts and resources.
This week focuses on the physical sciences which includes chemistry & physics. If you click on the link you will be taken to the Physical Sciences page for a list of articles and resources.
This week focuses on earth & space sciences which includes environmental studies and astronomy. If you click on the link you will be taken to the Earth & Space Sciences page for a list of articles and resources.
This week focuses on all sciences and will include inventors, history, and methods. This sections will include additional resources. If you click on the link you will be taken to the General Sciences page for a list of articles and resources.
I want to make science a priority in our teaching and learning. To help re-inforce the skills that are presented this month, you can sign up for a 10 day challenge to help you starting adding more science into your day immediately.
I will be hosting a giveaway for science resources. You can click here to find all about what you could win and how to increase your chances of winning. I hope that this giveaway will help to take away the intimidation and make science a priority.