Long ago, in a distant land or universe, or so it seems now, I taught some science to children ...
Teaching my young son about living things.
Dissecting a fish with first-graders.
Exploring local ecology with my pre-schooler.
Exploring local weeds with second-graders.
So much can be learned from a rotting pumpkin.
Science and a war game.
Less Simple Lessons
Inquiring into a fart yields rich insights into method.
A complex lesson about material and human qualities.
Helping young students deal with social traumas.
A rich inquiry into molecular forces, with fourth-graders.
Deciphering a flower's unusual strategy.
A simple introduction (2nd grade) and a complex lesson (4th grade).
Teaching fourth-graders about nuclear missiles.