Bendigo Discovery Centre presents Small Science
Bendigo Discovery Centre brings you Small Science, a series of STEM related videos that will help get young children interested in science.
Bendigo Discovery Science & Technology Centre brings you Small Science, hosted by Early Years Program Developer, Dana Twycross.
In this series, Dana explores a range of resources, topics and ideas that you can use to help get your kids interested in science and discovery.
This series is great for teachers and parents alike, and can help make science for young people accessible, and fun!
Through this series you will grow an understanding on how to encourage curiosity through asking questions, exploring water and the natural environment to understand how things work, and encouraging learning through play.
About the Bendigo Discovery Science & Technology Centre
The Discovery Science & Technology Centre is a not for profit incorporated association. Officially established on 31 October 1995, Discovery was Australia’s first science and technology centre outside of a major metropolitan area.
More from this series
- Small Science – Infants and the scientific method
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- Small Science – Adults asking questions
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- Small Science – Children asking questions
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- Small Science – Wet weather
Winter is the perfect weather for learning.
- Small Science – Learning through play
Learning through play is important for kids.
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