Everybody Has a Body: Science from Head to Toe : Activities for Teachers of Children Ages 3-6
Gryphon House, Inc., 1992 - 214 páginas
Children will gain mastery of the basic science process skills--observation, inference, and prediction--while exploring the first environment they encounter--their very own bodies. This unique book connects literacy to science in the early childhood classroom, and promotes the development of systematic decision-making in young children.
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Where Do Health and Nutrition Fit?
How to Use This Book
2+ Give Yourself a
3+ Space Walk
3+ Make It BigMake It Small Eye
3+ Eye Color Your Eyes
4+ Winking and Blinking
5+ Give Your Friend
4+ Hear a Heartbeat
3+ A Noisy Body Working
4+ Nit Picking
4+ Food Coverups
4+ Long Hair Short Hair
4+ UpsideDown Swallow
activity adult allow animals Ask the children baby become begin blocks blood body bones bottle breath called cards child close cold color common develop digestive Discuss example experiences feel feet fingers four Give glasses grow hair hands happens head hear heart hold human identify important jump keep Language legs Let the children lice light listen look lungs match measure mirror mouth move muscles nerve nose objects observe organs pairs parents passes person play predict prints record running sense shape share Show side skills skin smell sound square stethoscope stomach Talk tape taste teacher teeth tell Things tongue walk Want young