From the blog:
My grade school children have less than 30 minutes a day for science. I know that this is a VERY short time for teachers to prepare and carry out a hands-on experience. Sadly, that means much of science in school is reading from non-fiction text, filling out worksheets, and watching short video clips on science topics. As a parent, it has been my mission to enrich their after school learning with a minimum of one hands-on science experiment at home every week.
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