Sunday, July 23, 2017

Tips to Encourage Your Child to Study Science

Now more than ever, it's important that all of your children learn the basics of science and math. This will make it more likely that they will be able to get a good job and have a successful future in the long run. However, sometimes it can be difficult to get your children to take an interest in science, especially if they think of it as a boring school subject. Instead of making your kids memorize a bunch of facts and figures, use your creativity to get them motivated to love science and math by themselves. Here are a few tips to help get you started.

Bring the Power of the Lab to Home

Children will quickly learn the power of chemistry when you let them recreate the magic of a laboratory in their own home or backyard. Help your children learn the basics of ph, acids, and bases by helping them build and explode their own vinegar and baking soda volcano. There are lots of kits available for kids to practice basic chemistry in an age-appropriate way. To make it even more realistic and fun, get a kids lab coat from a retailer like Scrubs Unlimited and let their imaginations go wild.

Introduce Them to a Love of Nature

If you want your child to love biology, let them fall in love with the world of nature. Take them out camping and hiking and point out the animals and plants that you encounter. Look up the names of things you see and encourage your children to learn more at home. Visit your local wildlife rehabilitation center, which is often more informative and allows more hands-on learning that a zoo. Let your children spend time outside with a magnifying glass and binoculars, and let them discover the magic of the natural world.

Take a Look at the Stars Together

Get your child interested in the world of astronomy by showing them the stars themselves in your own back yard. A high-quality telescope is not too expensive for most families, and if you commit to using it regularly, it can be a great investment in their education. Learn about the stars together, look at maps, and find planets, comets, and stars. If you can, visit a planetarium together, then recreate the experience at home. Soon, your child will want to be an astronaut.


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