An important part of science inquiry is asking questions and having a go at answering them. As our younger children are just starting to master the art of writing, Science Representations are a vital part of their thinking. The prep children have produced some exceptional representations after asking “how many legs does this bug have?”
They were viewing an insect that had caught their attention outside. It was carefully collected for observation using our bug viewers, this allows the children to safely observe something up close.
The natural flow of investigation and questioning begun and the students began to draw what they could see in order to count the number of legs.
Childrens natural inquiry into the scientific world is being promoted strongly in our classrooms, as well as our specialist science program!
Lets explore Science! It’s everywhere!