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Math & Science
  
1. Bubble, Bubble, Pop! Exploring the Magic of Bubbles 
By Angie Dorrell, M.A
 
2. Butterfly Gardens Help Children Take Flight 
By Ruth Kantor Lopez
 
3. Clocks, Dominos and Geoboards: Using Inexpensive Materials to Teach Math 
By Carolyn Tomlin
 
4. Cooking With Lightbulbs and Gadgets! The Process Way of Cooking 
By Donna McKenney
 
5. Five Things to Do Outdoors With Children 
By Donna Johnson
 
6. Gardening With Young Children: How to Get Started 
By Kerry Tupperman
 
7. Hands-On Science for Young Children 
By Tanya Eggers
 
8. Look, Think, Discover: Adding the Wonder of Science to the Early Childhood Classroom 
By Margaret Allen, Ph.D.
 
9. Math Counts! Fun & Creative Ways to Present Math Concepts to Young Children 
By Shelley Butler
 
10. Math Made Simple 
By Carolyn Tomlin
 
11. Pollution, Preservation & Ecology: Helping Young Children Learn About Renewable Resources 
By Susan Bowers, Ph.D.
 
12. Promoting the Development of Scientific Thinking 
By Ruth Wilson, Ph.D.
 
13. Shapes: The Natural Connection Between Mathematics and Art 
By Sandra Fisher
 
14. Simple Science 
By Angie Dorrell, M.A.
 
15. Simple Science Experiments for the Early Childhood Classroom 
By Jon Keil
 
16. Straws, Pretzels, and Wiggle Worms: Teaching Math and Science at Snack Time 
By Carolyn R. Tomlin
 
17. Teaching Math Every Day 
By Nancy P. Alexander
 
18. The Wonders of Nature: Honoring Children's Ways of Knowing 
By Ruth A. Wilson, Ph.D.
 
19. Using Everyday Objects and Materials to Teach Math 
By Gretchen Glenny Damon, M.A.
 
20. Why Children Play Under the Bushes  
By Ruth Wilson, Ph.D.