We have added something new to my daughter’s 1st grade curriculum thanks to an awesome book we were sent to review! I loved Asia’s first book, which we shared here and jumped at the chance to receive an advance copy of her next book, The Curious Kid’s Science Book.
My husband is now the homeschool science teacher around here so I handed him the book and told him to look through it and tell me what he thought. I also told him to pick any activity to do with our daughter so I could feature it in this post.
He loved the book, and she did too. She was begging to do it all as she flipped through with him. The photos alone are enough to draw anyone in! They ended up choosing an experiment that involved seeing which soap would produce the most bubbles. You can find all of the details in the book.
He set up all of the supplies, all we had around the house. I get asked about our big blue mat a lot, it’s called a MessMatz and I got it on Zulily.
Then they got to work! Watching her throughout the experiment was such a joy. She absolutely loved every minute and begged for more!
I took a little video clip of her in action and shared on Instagram here. You can see her BIG smile!
We have decided to add this book to Ladybug’s curriculum this year. They are planning to freely choose experiments together based on her interests. I definitely recommend this book for a unique and refreshing twist on science for kids. It isn’t your normal textbook style, but more of a launching pad for great ideas all in one place. It focuses on discovery and exploration and is very child-led. I love this style of learning and it is honestly very freeing! The book is geared towards 4-8 year olds, my daughter is 6 so it’s just perfect!
The book is available worldwide. You can get a copy here on Amazon!