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Author Lind, Karen.

Title Exploring science in early childhood : a developmental approach / Karen K. Lind.

Published Albany, N.Y. : Delmar Publishers, 1999.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson  372.35 LIND    DUE 23-06-19
Edition 3rd ed.
Physical description x, 358 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 329-344) and index.
Contents Sect. I. Concept Development in Science. Unit 1. How Concepts Develop. Unit 2. How Concepts Are Acquired. Unit 3. Promoting Young Children's Concept Development Through Problem Solving. Unit 4. Assessing the Child's Developmental Level. Unit 5. The Basics of Science. Unit 6. How Young Scientists Use Concepts. Unit 7. Planning for Science Investigations -- Sect. II. Fundamental Concepts, Skills, and Activities. Unit 8. Fundamental Concepts in Science. Unit 9. Language and Concept Formation. Unit 10. Applications of Fundamental Concepts in Preprimary Science. Unit 11. Integrating the Curriculum Through Dramatic Play and Thematic Units and Projects. Unit 12. Higher-Level Activities Used in Science Units and Activities -- Sect. III. Using Skills, Concepts, and Attitudes for Scientific Investigations in the Primary Grades. Unit 13. Overview of Primary Science. Unit 14. Life Science. Unit 15. Physical Science. Unit 16. Earth and Space Science and the Environment.
Unit 17. Health and Nutrition -- Sect. IV. The Science Environment. Unit 18. Materials and Resources for Science. Unit 19. Science in Action. Unit 20. Science in the Home -- App. A. Developmental Assessment Tasks -- App. B. Children's Books with Science Concepts -- App. C. Code of Practice on Use of Animals in Schools.
Summary "The new third edition of this book focuses on early childhood education from birth through age eight. Based on theories of child development, this resource depicts how to integrate scientific concepts with music and movement, language arts, social studies, and art. The book uses a problem-solving approach to discuss constructive concepts along with a balance of naturalistic, informal, and structured activities and experiences. The importance of literature and writing in science education is emphasized. Also, the book describes how to use dramatic play and thematic projects as vehicles for integration."--BOOK JACKET.
Subject Science -- Study and teaching (Primary)
Science -- Study and teaching (Early childhood)
ISBN 0766802310