Lift-The-Flap Science (Usborne)

Description

Why just read fascinating science information when you can read a teaser or question and lift-the-flap to discover more? Whether you lift the flap to discover the longest river and tallest mountain or lift the flap to learn how a caterpillar turns into a butterfly, this series inspires the thrill of learning in children of all ages. With fun learning titles for different ages, this series is sure to be enjoyed and shared by all your kiddos. The Very First Lift the Flap Questions, for 2 years and up, provides a friendly introduction to topics familiar with little ones. The First Lift the Flap Questions introduce beginning science concepts using simple, easy to understand language, and are designed for ages 3 years and up. Children 4 years and up, will be eager to dive in more deeply with the Lift the Flap Questions and Answers books, which provide simple answers to more challenging questions. Also, for the 4-year-old preschooler and older, the Board books encourage children to match pictures and words. Find the best option for your family and watch your children's eyes light up as their natural curiosities are satisfied! Sturdy, thick cardstock pages. Hardbound. ~Deanne

Teaching Method
Traditional
Teacher-centered curriculum commonly used in classrooms that may include a text, teacher manual, tests, etc.
Charlotte Mason
A methodology based on the work of a 19th century educator who maintained that children learn best from literature (Living Books), not textbooks.
Classical
A methodology based on the Latin Trivium (three stages of learning), including the grammar stage (memorization and facts), logic stage (critical thinking), and rhetoric stage (developing/defending ideas).
Unit Study
A thematic or topical approach centered around one topic that integrates multiple subject areas.
Montessori (Discovery)
A methodology based on the work of a 20th century educator that emphasizes student and sensory-driven discovery learning and real-life applications.
Religious Content
Christian/Religious
Faith-based or including instructional religious content.
Neutral
Avoids religious or theoretical topics or presents multiple viewpoints without preference.
Secular
Contains content contrary to common Christian beliefs (i.e. evolution).
Learning Modality
Auditory
Learns through listening, talking out loud or reading out loud.
Visual
Learns through seeing, prefers written instructions and visual materials.
Kinesthetic/Tactile (Hands-On)
Learns through moving, doing and touching.
Multi-Sensory
Curriculum that employ a variety of activities/components.
Presentation
Sequential
Curriculum progresses through well-defined learning objectives. Emphasizes mastery before moving to the next topic.
Spiral
Topics and concepts are repeated from level to level, adding more depth at each pass and connecting with review.
Conceptual/Topical
Focus is on the “why,” often with a unifying concept as well as specific skills; coverage may be broader.
Teacher Involvement
Low Teacher Involvement
Student-led materials; parent acts as a facilitator.
Medium Teacher Involvement
A mix of teacher-led time and independent student work.
High Teacher Involvement
Teacher-led lessons; may utilize discussions, hands-on activities and working together.
Additional Materials Required
No other materials needed
Everything you need is included.
Other Materials Required
There are additional required resources that are a separate purchase.
Other Materials Optional
There are additional resources mentioned or recommended but are not absolutely necessary.
Consumable
Consumable
Designed to be written in; not reusable.
Non-Consumable
Not designed to be written in; reusable.