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How to support science for toddlers:
Older toddlers begin to have many questions about the world around them. Even younger toddlers will gesture and attempt to ask questions. Listen to what they have to say and respond in a developmentally appropriate way. They are learning as much about the world around them from you as they are from their own discoveries.
Invite toddlers to learn along with you. Creating a safe place to learn and explore begins with trusting an adult or caregiver. Learning and exploring a new concept together is a great place to start.
Ask questions to spark curiosity
Ask questions even if you know the answers. These questions can guide a toddler to new ideas and curiosities that they may not have explored on their own. Asking questions that you know the answers to will help solidify a toddler’s knowledge of a concept.
Accept the mess
Toddlers don’t have the fine motor control that older children have, so expect a mess and accept the mess. Let toddlers scoop, pour, dig, touch, taste (when safe), smell and more. They are learning and practicing by exercising these skills.
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