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Helping Your Child Learn Science

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Helping Your Child Learn Science
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Publisher: U.S. Department of Education
ISBN/ASIN: B0057ADN4S
Number of pages: 39

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This booklet provides parents of children ages 3 through 10 with information, tools and activities they can use in the home and community to help their child develop an interest in the sciences and learn about the world around them.

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