How To Encourage Your High School Student To Be Interested In Science
I want to encourage my child to ask questions about things that we sometimes take for
If I want to make my child more interested in science, I want to look at the things around me. I want to encourage my child to ask questions about things that we sometimes take for granted. Perhaps when I'm cooking, I may want to talk to my child and I may want to engage them in that actual lesson; when we're looking at the chicken or things when they are not cooked versus what happens to them when they change for cooking. I may want to look at household chemicals and smells and reactions; please don't blow anything up in your house, but I may want to just engage them in simple things around the house that make us look for questions and answers. How do we get rubber? What is atmosphere? We just want to ask the basic questions around the house, and then we say "You know that's science." I want to engage my learner with just some of the things right around my daily environment.
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