In this online workshop we heard from some of our NISE Network partners and collaborators sharing best practices for connecting young children and their families with the excitement of Earth and space science topics, as well as key science process skills. Presenters shared some of their lessons learned from working with these young audiences, as well as their favorite examples of engaging, developmentally appropriate activities. This online workshop was recorded 6-4-2019.
Includes May the Fourth Be with you event example at 30 minute point in the video.
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Museum of Life and Science
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