Science experiments might seem too hard to do in your own home. You might …
Science is a valuable part of a child’s education. It can help them to understand how things work in nature and it encompasses so many of the things around us. After all, science spans topics like biology, earth science, physical science and chemistry.
Parents should feel encouraged to study science with their children for many reasons. It can help them in school, it can help them develop valuable skills they will need later in life and it can be a lot of fun! That’s why Moms Who Think provides our readers with a variety of science oriented activities they can participate in with their child.
We offer science experiments and projects that suggest things you can create with your child to help them better understand nature and what’s around them. We also provide activities that you can do with your child on an every day basis to make them more aware of how science plays out in the world around them.
Not only are these teachable moments, they are great ways to bond with your child.
Science can help to open an entire world to your child. Encourage them to learn and explore so they can expand their minds and find out why the sky is blue or why fish swim in the sea. Now instead of asking these questions, they can be giving the answers!