Creating a Context for the Learning of Science Process Skills Through Picture Books

This article provides suggestions on ways in which science process skills can be taught in a meaningful context through children’s literature. It is hoped that the following examples of how process skills can be taught using children’s books will provide a starting point from which primary teachers can create additional examples. Many possibilities exist within the world of children’s literature to develop process skills in a meaningful way.

Author: 
Leigh Monhardt and Rebecca Monhardt
Publisher: 
Early Childhood Education Journal, Springer Science
Resource Category: 
Documents
Relevant to: 
Researchers
Year of Publication: 
2006
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