Throughout early education, students are typically taught a curriculum including reading, mathematics and art. These subjects are an essential foundation for a child’s future schooling, however lessons in science are often lacking. Keep in mind about 25% of parents think science is not being highlighted enough in school. Luckily, there are ways to peak a child’s interest in science can be done right from home.
Many children tend to enjoy learning through a hands-on approach. An interactive project can encourage your child to apply their instinctive kinetic learning style. Check out the infographic below for some simple science experiments you can do with your early student to cultivate a love for science.
Infographic created by AGS Scientific, a laboratory equipment distributor