Kindergarten gives youngsters a playful, active introduction to science.  Learning comes from listening to the teacher read aloud, but also through direct discovery and simple experiments. Children begin learning how to gather information as they explore...

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First grade students conduct simple experiments in which they predict what will happen, test their hypotheses, and record what they find.  They draw conclusions about their experiments and practice explaining them. They get used to the idea of working in...

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Second grade investigations remain simple but involve slightly more detailed observations and procedures. (For example, children may be asked to classify objects by two or more characteristics.) Students take length, volume, mass, and temperature measurem...

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Third grade children continue learning how to conduct investigations.  Students practice posing questions, making hypotheses, ·and testing predictions.  They use the information they collect to make inferences and draw conclusions. They get experience ...

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