I ran across a quote by E.B. White that I think is perfect for summer science,
"Always be on the lookout for wonder."
This month, I want to encourage you to spend the summer looking for wonder science. What does wonder science mean?
It means finding, observing, watching, and doing things that make you wonder. Things that spark creativity and curiosity. Things that make you want to learn more about the science you see playing out in front of you.
In short, wonder science is about promoting curiosity and creativity through science.
How do you find wonder science? Here are a few ways:
So this summer, spend time outside, get a science kit, visit a science museum, and check out a few books to present wonder science to your kiddos!
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