Set the stage for serendipity with this hassle-free activity guide for toddlers, Science, Math, and Nutrition for Toddlers! Teach complex topics early on and achieve developmental milestones. Introducing science, math, and nutrition early on in a child’s life will build a foundation for critical thinking skills. Toddlers’ curiosity will make learning fun with simple science, math, and nutrition lessons. As an adult facilitating the learning, be it a homeschooling parent or teacher, you become the “research assistant.” The book includes developmentally appropriate lessons, and as the child grows older, the adult’s work gets easier.
Toddlers often ask many questions, have an open-mindedness, and can be thought of as young scientists. Through simplicity, conversations, exploration, and repetition, a child can make leaps and bounds in learning, and Science, Math, and Nutrition for Toddlers: Setting the Stage for Serendipity has easy and exciting activities to do just that. Follow along with author Rita Schrank as she turns a walk into a science project, counting as a new math activity, and enjoy a juice while teaching nutrition.
Each exercise in this book details the skills the child will learn through repetition. The toddler activity guide also offers thorough explanations of the principles. You will not have to do outside research on science, math, or nutrition. This learning tool has it all compiled for you! By reinforcing concepts, you build onto the toddlers’ knowledge base and can integrate activities with older children. Science, Math, and Nutrition for Toddlers also has pages for note-taking your observations and an extensive annotated bibliography.
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