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Although we are just Kindergarteners, we are still Scientists that want to learn more and more about the world around us. Our school totally supports teaching science in the classroom but we do not have the extra money needed to support the purchase of supplies. My little ones are just as excited about learning about science as the big kids are and deserve every opportunity to do so. Teaching science in kindergarten is important because it teaches children to use their five senses to make sense of the world around them. This is something that most children of this age are still figuring out. My students like to observe our class pets. Then I have them describe what they observe about the animal, such as what it looks like, sounds like or even smells like. This helps children learn communication as well as observation.

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Although we are just Kindergarteners, we are still Scientists that want to learn more and more about the world around us. Our school totally supports teaching science in the classroom but we do not have the extra money needed to support the purchase of supplies. My little ones are just as excited about learning about science as the big kids are and deserve every opportunity to do so. Teaching science in kindergarten is important because it teaches children to use their five senses to make sense of the world around them. This is something that most children of this age are still figuring out. My students like to observe our class pets. Then I have them describe what they observe about the animal, such as what it looks like, sounds like or even smells like. This helps children learn communication as well as observation.

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