Positive Parenting: A One-Two Punch for Success in Science and Reading
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (Ivanhoe Newswire) --- Research is now revealing how the COVID lockdown could impact kids’ learning. One study estimated that kindergartners’ literacy learning may have slowed by as much as two-thirds during school closures. But a new curriculum may help students catch up. It involves combining two subjects for a better outcome.
When you think of science, you probably think of all the projects! While these activities are fun, a new study from University of Pennsylvania finds science may also help early reading and writing skills. Education scientists assessed more than 1,500 kindergartners. They found students who participated in the ARC Core curriculum, which combined literacy instruction with science, performed better than others who took the standard curriculum, in reading comprehension, letter-naming fluency, and motivation to read.
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