Science is such an important part of children’s education. And while we are not teachers, it is essential we foster each child’s learning and development.
From August 14- 22, National Science Week is due to begin, with events, seminars and educational programs right across the country, celebrating scientific and technological education.
Due to COVID restrictions, it may be difficult to attend many of these planned activities, which were initially scheduled to take place in a variety of locations, such as schools, libraries, community centres, parks, and other community areas.
However, all is not lost, because here are three things you can do to implement science in your centre: