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The authors used various science investigations to engage preschool and kindergarten-age children with explorations of motion and provided opportunities for them to develop their basic inquiry skills. Using everyday toys and objects is a realistic and captivating way to help young children understand the basics of motion. Read this article to learn how to incorporate motion in your early childhood classrooms.


Elementary School


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 10/1/2011Stock # sc11_049_02_38Volume 049Issue 02

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