Science and Storytelling

Science and Storytelling

How can you use stories to keep students engaged in science activities?

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How You Should be Teaching Multiliteracy

How You Should be Teaching Multiliteracy

At first glance, science and language education are opposites. If you take time to learn science, that’s taking time away from language learning and literacy. But at Kide Science, we’ve found a new approach that benefits both science and literacy skills.

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Kide Science Partners with San Jorge School in Mexico

Kide Science Partners with San Jorge School in Mexico

Kide Science is launching in Mexico with the international San Jorge School, where classes are taught in English. The Kide Science program will start in August, led by teachers with children ages 3-8.

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How We Handle Formative Assessment

How We Handle Formative Assessment

Tests suck. What should take their place?

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The Best Thing to Say When a Child Asks Any Question

The Best Thing to Say When a Child Asks Any Question

There's a very simple way to answer most children's questions that gets them thinking. What do you think it is?

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How to Adjust for Different Science Abilities in Your Class

How to Adjust for Different Science Abilities in Your Class

This is the second video in our 10-part teacher training series, focusing on how you can structure your lessons to provide fun, unique challenges to scientists of all abilities within the same experiments.

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Why Your Science Lessons Should Have a Routine

Why Your Science Lessons Should Have a Routine

This is the first video in our 10-part teacher training series, focusing on lesson structure and how to build consistency, routine, and transitions that will create a safe space for your students to learn.

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How Do We Know That Children Learn?

How Do We Know That Children Learn?

We asked Kindiedays to provide their thoughts on assessment , and they were gracious enough to accept. What follows are their thoughts on evaluating and communicating the learning process.

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3 Quick Ideas to do Science Anywhere

3 Quick Ideas to do Science Anywhere

A natural curiosity and a little empathy make for a great scientist, regardless of age. Children have both in spades.With that in mind, here are a few ideas to create a fun science experience for your children or students in those "in-between" moments that life is so full of.

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7 Finnish EdTech Startups We Love

7 Finnish EdTech Startups We Love

We’re passionate about improving early years education, and we’re not alone. If you’re reading this, you probably are, too. But we can’t do it alone. We are but a humble startup working with children aged 3-8, and there is so much to do! Fortunately, we have friends.We want to highlight these 7 Finnish friends that are tackling different challenges in early years education, and doing an awesome job.

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Tests Suck. Don't Give Them.

Tests Suck. Don't Give Them.

There's a better way to evaluate progress in learners. It's not rocket science.

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Kide Science Partners with Zhejiang Science and Technology Museum in China

Kide Science Partners with Zhejiang Science and Technology Museum in China

There’s a Chinese idiom that says the road to success is strewn with setbacks. If this turns out to be true, we’re delighted to begin down this road with the team at Zhejiang Science and Technology Museum.

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Sri Aurobindo Group of Institutes partners with Kide Science and New Nordic School to open an innovative school in India

Sri Aurobindo Group of Institutes partners with Kide Science and New Nordic School to open an innovative school in India

Sri Aurobindo Group of Institutes has joined with Finnish partners Kide Science and New Nordic School to bring world-renowned teaching practices to Indore when Nordic High International School (NHIS) opens their doors in June 2021.

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How to Measure STEAM Skill Growth in Young Scientists

How to Measure STEAM Skill Growth in Young Scientists

How can you be sure that children have learned how to make an observation if they can’t or won’t verbalize it?

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Kide Science Partners with House of Wisdom in UAE

Kide Science Partners with House of Wisdom in UAE

Kide Science is proud to be announce our new partnership with House of Wisdom, which reimagines how a library can function in modern society.

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Kide Science Partners with Väike Päike, Estonian Kindergarten Leaders

Kide Science Partners with Väike Päike, Estonian Kindergarten Leaders

After a successful launch in Väike Päike’s classrooms in the fall of 2020, Kide Science will be available via their digital solution, DigiLa. Students and parents in Estonia will be able to bring Kide Science lessons directly into their household.

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Kide Science and Helsinki Announce Partnership for Daycare Centers

Kide Science and Helsinki Announce Partnership for Daycare Centers

Kide Science has agreed with the City of Helsinki to bring playful, story-based science education to their daycare students. The program includes training materials for the teachers, as well as inspiring lesson plans.

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How to Tell a Science Story

How to Tell a Science Story

Stories are a natural way for humans to understand the world around them. Find out how to use stories to make science easy and fun for young scientists.

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You're Starting Science Lessons Too Late

You're Starting Science Lessons Too Late

If your children are old enough to ask “why,” then they’re old enough to learn science skills. Find out how to start science lessons with children as young as 3!

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To Teach Science, Tell a Story

To Teach Science, Tell a Story

Imagination is where creativity and invention come from. Find out how to use storytelling to stimulate creativity and develop a love of science in your youngest learners.

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Kide Science Launches in the US with Kinderberry Hill Child Development Centers

Kide Science Launches in the US with Kinderberry Hill Child Development Centers

Kide Science has agreed to launch in Minnesota with Kinderberry Hill Child Development Centers, which has over 30 years of experience providing a unique, child-led learning environment. The program is expected to start in early 2021.

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