Emily Puttock

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Recent Posts by Emily

Sun Apr 17, 2016 2:24 PM in Phases of the Moon
I am always wonder, do you feel phases of the moon on yourself? Is your mood or health status  changed? I understand it from the science maybe sounds not very confydently to be true, but many people says about that every day. Every time I hear about headache because of the moon, or bad mood, or depression, or something else. How to explain this or how to tell people that most of all everything dep...

Sun Apr 17, 2016 1:59 PM in Teaching Earth Science for the first time
Once my niece, who is only six years old, asked me: "Emily, tell me, please, is that truth  the earth is round?" I was surprised and confused, what to answer to my little Interested in the world girl. Then she wanted me to prove this is true! It was very stiff tast for me. I even think now about science that is more hard and complicated to explain everything to little children then to make dissert...

Wed Apr 13, 2016 7:54 AM in Kindergarten activities
Of course, you are right! The best way to  attach to science and interest is to make very interesting games for children to show all process in the nature, to give him made something by theirself.