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Paper: Little Scientists at Play
Volume: 524, Advancing Astronomy for All (ASP 2018)
Page: 21
Authors: Blinderman, E.
Abstract: Children act like little scientists from the moment they're born. They are endlessly curious and are developing theories about the world in somewhat the way that grown-up scientists do. Very young children begin to use science practices such as observing how water flows or different ways to make sounds. They explore cause and effect relationships. They experiment, trying out their ideas, and figuring out how things work.
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