April 2023

Behaviour Matters by Sue Graves

Using animals to illustrate certain behaviours that children can recognise in their daily lives, the animals soon discover what happens if they continue with their behaviours/actions. What I really like about these books is that instead of telling the children what they should or should not do. They want the children to think about what they should do to ‘make things right’ and encourage them.

Young Scientist

While formal science education begins in Primary 3, there is no age limit to developing an interest in science and general knowledge earlier. During the early formative years, scientific concepts may appear challenging or complex for young children to understand. However, with engaging resources and approaches, children can start building a foundation of curiosity and understanding towards science from an early age.