Science, like math, is a subject that can be confusing, with concepts that may be difficult to grasp. Get your students off on the right track with science books, science games, activities and interactive exercises that fuel and spark the scientist hiding within.
Consider supplementing your science lessons with instructional resources that focus on a broad array of subjects. Given the interrelationships between and among math and the sciences, you’ll want to browse our selection of classroom math resources to enhance student learning.
Whether learning about the human body, animal habitats, the earth or energy, it’s easy to bring creativity to the science class. Important subjects and concepts need to be taught in a traditional manner, but can be supplemented in a fun way. Use hands-on activities to reinforce physical science concepts, including matter, motion and energy. But don’t stop there. A wealth of books and workbooks are available to teach about the rainforest, the planets and so much more.
A component vital to age-appropriate science and math classroom environments is the introduction and meaning of the concept of STEM, which is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. STEM-based activities promote critical and analytical thinking, teamwork, communication and creativity. STEM should be introduced at the earliest possible age. STEM skills are always valuable and applicable to many areas of learning and life.