Impact of Science on Kids - Oct 14

by OBDK on October 15, 2020

Does your child groan when you mention science class? Are they excited about other subjects but can’t be bothered with science labs? 


It’s time to turn that around. 


Science is in everything around us – from the lights we turn on first thing in the morning to the cars we drive and the smartphones we use every day. But many of us don’t take a moment to appreciate the science behind the objects we use, or the process that helped create them. 


Children form opinions of science early on – if they have bad experiences with it, it’s harder to regain their interest in the subject later on. 


Yet it’s an incredibly important subject for them.


It teaches them how to problem solve, think critically, form opinions, test those opinions, and appreciate the process of learning new things and not taking anything as it is. 


An activity like our owl pellet dissection offers a wonderful opportunity for hands-on learning

Reading information from a book is one thing, but doing an activity to apply that knowledge helps it sink in. With our owl pellet packs, students will learn about owls, the food chain, and the process that happens when a pellet is made. They will also learn about the skeletal anatomy of prey, like rodents. 


This activity helps children learn what a real skeleton of an animal looks like and that knowledge can carry over into other aspects of biology.


Pellet dissection offers a fun scientific experience and opens the door to enjoying science for life. 


Make sure your child has a fun introduction to science before it’s too late. You can get pellets here or by clicking on the picture below!
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