Kide Science Partners with Owen Education

Kide Science Partners with Owen Education

Our collaboration with them aims to provide an innovative edu-space in Science for 21stcentury learners throughout Southwest China through our play-based pedagogy and story-telling. Children will get to experience hands-on learning in their schools through live sessions with a Kide Science certified teacher.

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Play-based Learning and Good People

Play-based Learning and Good People

What is a good person, anyways?

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Kide Science starts with Monkey Puzzle Day Nurseries, the UK’s largest childcare franchise

Kide Science starts with Monkey Puzzle Day Nurseries, the UK’s largest childcare franchise

Kide Science is excited to announce a partnership with Monkey Puzzle Day Nurseries, the largest childcare franchise in the United Kingdom. This will allow Kide Science lessons to be taught to 5,000 children annually across all 64 Monkey Puzzle locations.

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Why Teach Early Science Education?

Why Teach Early Science Education?

Tackling global issues like climate change, food insecurity, and lack of freshwater are as simple as teaching children science through play and storytelling!

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Girls in Science

Girls in Science

Let's widen the image of who can be a scientist to harness all possible expertise in the field of science, no matter the person’s gender.

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Kide Science and εla, Greece set off cooperation

Kide Science and εla, Greece set off cooperation

Kide Science has joined forces with εla – Educational Leadership Association in Greece in June 2021. Kide Science enhances English language curricula with story-based, hands-on STEAM classes at the primary school level aiming at providing wondrous hands-on science experiences for students.

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Understanding our Pedagogy

Understanding our Pedagogy

The Kide Science pedagogy is a little different. That's the whole idea. Find out how you can help parents understand why our approach is better.

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Help from Other Adults in Kide Science Lessons

Help from Other Adults in Kide Science Lessons

How can you use other adults, like parents to improve your Kide Science lessons?

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How to Control Classroom Chaos

How to Control Classroom Chaos

How can you set up a learning situation that helps students get exited and engaged, but not overwhelmed?

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Using Drama and the Arts to Teach Science

Using Drama and the Arts to Teach Science

How can you set up a learning situation that helps students get exited and engaged, but not overwhelmed?

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Kide Science partners with Fable Street and Curiosity Edulab LLP in India

Kide Science partners with Fable Street and Curiosity Edulab LLP in India

Kide Science partners with Fable Street and Curiosity Edulab LLP in India to jointly offer an engaging experience in Science Education for 3-8 year olds. 

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Kide Science Launches in Morocco in Partnership with Arrayssoun

Kide Science Launches in Morocco in Partnership with Arrayssoun

Kide Science is starting its first collaboration in the capital of Morocco with Arrayssoun school.

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Group Management and Supplies

Group Management and Supplies

How can you set up a learning situation that helps students get exited and engaged, but not overwhelmed?

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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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