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Inside and outside we are surrounded by scientific wonders. Wonders already known, and yet to be discovered. Children have a natural curiosity. They grasp on to life's little wonders and cling to them. They explore their environment with eagerness in minute detail. As we grow we tend to lose this wonder. And no wonder. Do we really tend to encourage it? Or do we often get annoyed by their fascination and incessant questions?

Enter books like this.

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Comment by Ally Campbell on August 20, 2013 at 1:37pm

Yes, I agree that we can integrate science lessons in our day to day life with children. A walk at the beach provided us with the opportunity to learn about water salt and sand erosion on the sea crystals (bits of glass bottles) - kids were fascinated. More educational activities for children here

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