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Learning about living things – sea turtles – Readilearn

Children love learning about animals and, by adulthood, must of us have a basic knowledge of many. Unless there is a specific reason for us knowing or finding out more, the knowledge can remain just that – basic, sometimes even with misconceptions. For example:

Remaining curious and continuing to seek information is a characteristic of a life-long learner. One of the purposes of school is to encourage life-long learning.

In the early childhood science curriculum, children begin to learn formally about living things, their needs, and their life stages. This knowledge helps to develop an understanding of, and appreciation for, all living things. As well as providing children with the science concepts included in the curriculum, it is important to stimulate their curiosity by encouraging them to ask questions and explore additional information; for example,

This week I have uploaded a new free interactive digital resource to assist children in their first three years of school learn about living things by learning about sea turtles. With interactive features and fun facts, the resource is also suited to multi-age classrooms. It would be of interest to any curious child with a thirst for knowledge.

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18 thoughts on “Learning about living things – sea turtles – Readilearn

  1. Patricia Tilton

    Interesting post. Just watched a documentary about Queen Elizabeth at 90 on Netflix. Everyone around her says she maintains a real curiosity for life, which they attribute to why she is still active and engaged. Life-long learning does have an impact on mental acuity.

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