Books dealing with science as with history, say, should be of a literary character, and we should probably be more scientific as a people if we scrapped all the text-books which swell publishers’ lists and nearly all the chalk expended so freely on our blackboards. Charlotte Mason, Towards a Philosophy of Eduction (Vol. 6) p. […]
Charts and diagrams have long been used to help visualize various aspects of science, and vintage infographics provide a look at what learning was like a hundred years ago. Students could find these charming illustrations in textbooks, classroom posters,
The Human Body: What It Is and How It Works, Text by Mitchell Wilson; Illustrations by Cornelius De Witt. 1959. Golden Press. Cover to this incredibly colorful and illustrious book from 1959. Illustrated by Cornelius De Witt.
TOP Science is endorsed for full syllabus coverage of the latest Cambridge Primary Mathematics curriculum framework. Adopting the Inquiry Approach, TOP Science uses engaging visuals and presentation formats with well-crafted activities to arouse pupils’ curiosity about the world around them. This motivates pupils to learn and enables them to better grasp key scientific concepts. Emphasis is also given on developing pupils’ inquiry and process skills, critical thinking, and 21st century…