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Pre-School Science for Kids

Children naturally love to explore their environments and the world around them. This natural curiosity can be turned into a love for science when teachers and other caregivers encourage their interest and help them understand what they are exploring. Fortunately, a well-designed science curriculum can help students understand basic scientific concepts as young as preschool age. If you are responsible for educating young students in a home environment, either as a parent or family provider, or in a preschool center, you need an easy to follow and affordable curriculum to help each student learn all they can.

Science for Preschoolers

Math is critical to developing the scientific mind, and this supplementary program is a great way to make sure that students have mastered these skills.

  • Early Start Preschool Science - The Early Start program is designed for students ranging in age from two to five. Each month the educators are given a teacher’s guide, lesson plans, and activity sheets to help guide them through the material. Each month is also divided into three or four educational units to help introduce the children to different concepts. Various units throughout the year are focused around scientific ideas such as the seasons, insects, using the senses, parts of the body, and birds.
  • Preschool Science & Readiness Fun - This is a supplement program designed to further children’s understanding and mastery of the skills taught in the Early Start program. Preschool fun is designed for four year olds and advanced three years olds and Readiness Fun is designed for five year olds and advanced four year olds. The program is oriented towards motor skills, math skills, and reading skills. Students focus on concepts such as identifying patterns, which overlaps between math and science.
  • Early Elementary School Science - This program is divided into three levels, A, B, and C for students in grades one through six. It was developed in response to popular demand as educators looked for resources for older students. The program works on fun ways to further develop math and reading skills. Math skills are essential to further scientific understanding, so students review concepts such as patterns and basic number skills to prepare for more intensive subject matter.

Children will be given time to explore the different subjects and activities will help reinforce important information. Interested educators and parents should use this website's convenient email forms to learn more about all preschool math curriculum and supplemental learning programs. We make it easy to ask questions so you can teach preschool science for kids with measured success.