What do you suppose the child sees, hears, and feels?

discuss the theme of transformation within physics, chemistry, biology, and ecology. Recommend two children’s books that focus ontransformation. Include the following:
Title, author, year of publication, publisher (in APA format)
Book concept
The audience for whom the book was written and age-appropriateness
How will you use this book to teach one of the science concepts listed above?
Support your statements with evidence from the required studies and your research.

Part B:
Reflect on one of the science experiences described in Chapter Seven of The Young Child as Scientist(Chaillé & Britain, 2003), in the article, For the Birds (Russo, Colurciello, & Kelly, 2008), or on a science experience you have implemented with children. Imagine you are a young child experiencing this activity for the first time and respond to the following:
Identify the experience
What do you suppose the child sees, hears, and feels?
What might the child be thinking?
What might the child be questioning?
As an early childhood teacher, how will you help the child understand how he or she “fits” with this experience?
Support your statements with evidence from the required studies and your research.

 

Part C:
Think creatively about how children pay attention to the natural world. Close observation and different ways of “capturing” and sharing what you see can be fostered in different ways in your classroom. Encouraging multiple modes of representation—drawing, photography, writing, taping—can be an important part of your science curriculum.
Respond to the following:
Describe how you will help children pay attention to the natural world. Give specific examples.
What mode(s) for representation will you use? What considerations must be given as you implement these modes of representation?
Support your statements with evidence from the required studies and your research.
Each Part needs to be 250-350 word count
APA format