Editor: Leigh Hoath
Primary Science (PS) is the journal for primary members of the ASE and is published five times a year. Primary Science aims to share information and ideas that support effective practice in science education focused at the primary school level through transition to early secondary education.
It includes articles about teaching, learning and assessing science for all children in the 3 – 12 year age range. Topics covered include selecting, adapting and managing learning activities both within and outside the classroom, research findings, adaptations for children with special needs, health and safety, use of technology and other resources.
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- Primary Science - 150
Lego® has provided the building blocks of many children’s early years. Since the 1930s children have been making houses, zoos, boats, space rockets and whatever else their imaginations let them form. These little blocks of plastic have however evolved: it seems that children no longer have a carrier bag full of the multi-coloured bricks but rather have specific kits to build a Millennium Falcon, the Guggenheim Museum or a Batgirl Secret Bunker. These are very impressive end-products indeed, but there is a little part of me that is saddened by the lack of creation by little hands of structures reflecting some of the fantasy, imagination and visualisation of their amazingly open minds.
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