Learning at Home: Science
We can harness children’s curiosity to teach science concepts at home!
Kids are natural scientists. They love to ask questions—sometimes, seemingly endless ones! Fortunately, all those questions can be used to help children learn. We can follow their curiosity to build science skills. Science at home might feel daunting, but there are many simple ways to foster science exploration…no lab necessary! Try these activities to get started.
Sink or Float
Help Grover figure out which items sink in water and which float, and talk with kids about which items sink and which items float, and why that might be.
Use your body as a tool to practice investigating.
Don’t Pop the Bubbles
Learn about experiments while blowing bubbles.