Does “A” have to stand for Apple when you are teaching baby their first alphabet? The answer is No. “A” can stand for Asteroid , Amoeba, or Aerodynamics to name a few awesome “A” words. Lets teach our children the basics with a little twist. Get those kids interested and learning science. My three year old loves this book. The pages are paper and a little glossy he flips though the book now like a pro telling me the word on each page as well as a little snippet about each word. What I love is that it has got him asking questions and wanting to learn more which has also got my older children wanting to learn more about these wonderful scientific words.
In an effort to help parents and educators introduce basic science vocabulary to young children, Jumbo Minds, Inc. has released the Jumbo Minds’ Science ABCs books. They aim to expose children to the language of science at a time when the brain is ready to absorb language.
It is well documented that the human ability for learning language is higher during childhood than later in life. However, in the United States, consistent science instruction often doesn’t begin until middle school, after a child’s brain has experienced the explosive growth period and after the capacity to learn language has diminished. In an effort to help parents and educators introduce science vocabulary to children, Jumbo Minds, Inc. has released the Jumbo Minds’ Science ABCs book collection.
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