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Thoughtfully designed by Pre K teachers with the busy Pre K teacher in mind, Early Explorer was built from the ground up to Head Start and state guidelines to prepare Pre K students for science in Kindergarten.

The ability to read, interpret, and communicate information in the science classroom is a 21st century NGSS skill embedded in the STEMscopes curriculum.

We believe that teachers have the power to guide students in rich scientific discourse through modeling, questioning, and feedback, while probing for deeper responses that help students explore their ideas more thoroughly.

The Wine Show is back for a second season and this time we’re based in the glorious South of France.

Matthew Goode (The Crown, The Goode Wife, Roots, Matchpoint) is joined at the sun-drenched Provençal villa by, actor James Purefoy (Rome, The Following, Altered Carbon, Hap and Leonard).

Navigating STEMscopes NGSS 3D is a breeze thanks to our scope alignment map that details how we built our 5E-based curriculum to the NGSS.

Using NGSS’s “Lessons Learned from the NGSS Early Implementer Districts: Instructional Materials” document, we have created a rubric to assess the 18 Criteria of Instructional Materials necessary to properly align with the NGSS.

There are 12 original episodes in this series of The Wine Show (check them out here) and a finale featuring all the best bits for our thirteenth programme.

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