Becoming Wildlife Investigators

Frissell, Virginia; Cayton, Patricia
September 2009
Science & Children;Sep2009, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p30
Academic Journal
The article provides information on how to impart scientific knowledge and skills to students. It presents the idea of facilitating a nature walk with students around the school to activate their observation skills. It mentions the implementation of classroom lessons which provide opportunities for students to use their senses and interact to a variety of objects thus helping students to expand their vocabulary. It also presents the discussion on identifying and investigating birds along with chart categories.


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