The K-2 Advantage

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Why a science program specifically designed for kindergarten, first, and second grades is vital to long-term success

With state science testing usually beginning in the fourth or fifth grade, many schools choose to underemphasize science learning in the earliest grades. Oftentimes, schools go with a “one-size-fits-all” approach to science instruction by choosing a K-5 or K-12 science program.  

The problem is, these programs aren’t effective for our youngest learners.  

Science4Us is specifically designed to cater to kindergarten, first, and second grade students in ways proven to be effective.

The research-backed program takes a multisensory approach to learning, and keeps lessons short and interactive. This means students stay engaged and teachers can easily jump between activities.

Science4Us gives your students age-appropriate, developmentally-focused activities that target the specific way young minds process the world.

Active: Opportunities for collaboration and interaction with the material  

Imaginative: Stories, poems, and puzzles to challenge and entertain  

Multisensory: Read, listen, dance, and sing along to cement the core concepts  

Simply expressed: Seemingly complex concepts are easy to teach  

Inquiry-based: Appeals to students’ natural curiosity  

Seamlessly integrate science into kindergarten, first, and second grade classrooms 

Thanks to our interdisciplinary approach, Science4Us fits perfectly into any K-2 classroom. Math and literacy, a focus of these early grades, are integrated into every Science4Us module. 

Simplify the overworked teacher’s day  

Science4Us modules are divided into sessions, meaning it’s simple to plan out science, math, and literacy lessons any time a teacher desires. With most lessons lasting from 10 to 30 minutes, they’re effective, easily digestible, and offer a wide variety of activities to keep young students interested.  

Teachers also love the flexibility Science4Us provides in creating whole-group, small-group, and 1:1 lessons. With embedded professional development that covers topics from common misconceptions to best practices. teachers get the tools they need to mazimize their lessons.