Topic talk:Primary School Science
Elementary science does not have to be complicated or expensive. It does require the teacher to look around the house or school for common everyday items which can then be used for simple experiments that teach science concepts. As an example, you can use any toy that has wheels to examine Newton's laws of motion. Place a doll of some kind in the car then let the car go down an incline. Provide a stopping device to simulate a 'crash' and watch what happens to the doll. Kids will see that the doll keeps going and may fall out of the car. This would be a good time to mention that matter in motion tends to stay in motion along its path of travel. Kids will also see the connection to wearing a seatbelt in a car.
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