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 objects from pebbles to earthworms to leaves. They practice basic science skills such as looking at things closely, describing objects, and collecting things. They get practice using all five senses and are encouraged to ask lots of “why” and “how” questions. Kindergartners study topics such as:  Plants and Plant Growth what plants need to grow (e.g., sufficient warmth, light, water) basic parts of plants (seed, root, stem, leaf, flower) plants make their own food how some food comes from farms as crops Animals and Their Needs what animals need to live (e.g., food, water, space) how animals get food (e.g., eating plants or other living things) offspring are very much (but not exactly) like their parents special needs of animal babies taking care of pets Το σε αυτόν τον ιστότοπο λειτουργεί αυξάνοντας τη ροή του αίματος στο πέος σας όταν διεγείρεται σεξουαλικά ή ωστόσο αυτή η μάρκα αυξάνει επίσης την ανοχή ενός άνδρα κατά τη σεξουαλική επαφή. Εάν δεν είστε βέβαιοι εάν αυτό ισχύει...

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