Research Skills: Answering the Thousand "Why?"s
One thing about the future is certain: the amount of information will continue to increase. Will your children be prepared for that? Young children who learn to find answers to questions, with your help and on their own, will be better prepared for the unknown.
Teaching research skills to young children is one of the keys to help your young child develop a lifelong love of learning. If you think research is dull or that it begins at the upper elementary or high school level, Pat Wesolowski will soon have you thinking differently.
Pat is the mother of nine homeschooled children (her homeschool experience lasted 32 years) and the author of seven books including Information, Please, The Civil War Unit Study, and BIG Ideas, Small Budget.
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