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The Power Of Science Education


In our modern world, understanding how it works is fascinating to kids. Science education has many benefits, but let’s go over a few that really hit close to home. 

Enhance Critical Thinking

All of us want our kids to be smart, but smarts come with the ability to think critically. Science education, such as the Bentham Open, can help kids to learn these skills which have much more longevity in their lives than just in a science classroom. 

Being able to understand concepts and how they may apply to other facets of science, is something that can be applied to life. This helps individuals to gain self-confidence and helps them to think clearly in otherwise confusing situations.

Creates Passion For Learning

Science is endless, but it is highly addictive. The Bentham Science Open is a great example of kids getting excited about science and wanting to further their education. Knowledge is power, and understanding simple things like why the sky is blue, how animals can breathe underwater, and why space doesn’t have gravity can create a deep passion for children to discover. Discovery is exciting as it leads to a lifelong thirst for more knowledge and understanding.

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Science Can Set Them Up For Success

No matter what professional field your child chooses, the principles of science can be applied to any profession. For example, understanding how to think critically, test a hypothesis and analyse data can help them in a business career just as much as it can help them to open up a skateboard shop. 

Science teaches kids how to make smart and calculated decisions while also helping them understand about risk and reward. 

As you can see, science has many benefits that can apply to children in their lifelong quest to be outstanding citizens. So make sure science is a part of their life as the benefits are just too great to ignore. 

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Paul Fulbrookhttps://teacherofsci.com
Paul Fulbrook (TeacherOfSci) is a Science teacher, writer and education blogger based in Brighton, England. He started teacherofsci.com to help support teachers everywhere with the everyday struggles that they are all faced with, both in the classroom and at home.

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