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Professional Practice: Science

From the June 2018 issue of Professionally Speaking

Robotics for young children [electronic resource]: STEM activities and simple coding
Getting Started with LEGO robotics [electronic resource] : a guide for k-12 educators
Blocks to robots [electronic resource]: learning with technology in the early childhood classroom
Invent to learn: making, tinkering, and engineering in the classroom

From the September 2013 issue of Professionally Speaking

Brain-compatible science
Larissa Brenner ; adaptation, Yannick Bergeron ; traduction, Jean-Loup Lansac

Exemplary science in grades PreK-4 : standards-based success stories
Robert E. Yager and Sandra K. Enger, editors.

The giant encyclopedia of science activities for children 3 to 6 : more than 600 science activities written by teachers for teachers
edited by Kathy Charner ; illustrated by Rebecca Grace Jones.

A head start on science : encouraging a sense of wonder
William C. Ritz, editor.

Jump into science : active learning for preschool children
Rae Pica ; illustrated by Kathi Whelan Dery.

Picture-perfect science lessons, expanded 2nd edition : using children's books to guide inquiry, 3-6
Karen Ansberry and Emily Morgan

The inspired teacher [electronic resource] : how to know one, grow one, or be one
Carol Frederick Steele

Sign out science : simple hands-on experiments using everyday materials
Silvana Carletti, Suzanne Girard, Kathlene R. Willing.

Worms, shadows, and whirlpools : science in the early childhood classroom
Karen Worth & Sharon Grollman.

Teaching science as investigations : modeling inquiry through learning cycle lessons
Richard H. Moyer, Jay K. Hackett, Susan A. Everett.

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