McKenzie Erisman

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Recent Posts by McKenzie

Fri Feb 09, 2018 1:30 AM in Children and Science
At what age do you think children start making the connection of science to exploration and discovery? When do they start understanding that science is all around them? It's one thing to tell them and allow them to be engaged in it, but when do they start to understand it?

Fri Feb 09, 2018 1:27 AM in Early Childhood science?
It is never too early to start teaching science. Science is all around us and children, of every age, need to be aware of what is going on around them. I believe as early as pre-school or kindergarten is a great time to start exploring and showing students how things like rocks on the playground, or wind, or even the colors they are seeing can be connected to science. Hopefully starting them off e...

Thu Feb 08, 2018 9:43 PM in Early Childhood science?
It is never too early to start teaching science. Science is all around us and children, of every age, need to be aware of what is going on around them. I believe as early as pre-school or kindergarten is a great time to start exploring and showing students how things like rocks on the playground, or wind, or even the colors they are seeing can be connected to science. Hopefully starting them off e...





Recent Public Collections by McKenzie


Elementary Ed. Science

16 Resources

Resources for elementary ed



A "Nature of Science" Discussion: Connecting Mathematics and Science
Type: Journal Article
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Seamless Assessment
Type: Journal Article
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Methods and Strategies: Connecting Science and Literacy Through Talk
Type: Journal Article
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