Kindergarten

Science

Kindergarteners are natural scientists.  With a relentless curiosity about the world, they eagerly dive into the study of life cycles–including ants, ladybugs, butterflies, praying mantises, and of course the wood frogs that start as tadpoles in the class aquarium.

In their science journals, they record predictions, observations, and conclusions, practicing both writing skills and the fundamentals of the scientific method.

Whether learning about rocks and minerals, magnets, or the color spectrum, science class is always hands-on, and fosters rich discussions.

Additionally, Moses Brown’s Quaker values are woven into science class as we discuss how to be responsible stewards of the world we live in, and how to be a good friend to the Earth.

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Faculty

Elizabeth Grumbach

Lower School Science

About

Elizabeth Grumbach

Bowdoin College – B.A.
Columbia Unversity’s Teacher’s College – M.Ed.

Melinda Van Lare

Lower School Kindergarten

About

Melinda Van Lare

New York University – B.A.
Rhode Island College – B.A.
Rhode Island College – M.Ed.

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