Thursday Feb 21, 2019
Contact:The Public Library ABQ-Bernco
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Use observation and classification skills to sort through and organized life. For children ages 6 to 9 and their families.
People naturally sort or group things in order to find, display, or compare them more easily. Scientists have sorted or classified living things so that we can better understand our complex natural world. For example, distinguishing a bird from a fish is easy once you’ve learned to look for feathers, not fins. As we go about our daily lives, we sort and classify things all around us, keeping homework separate from other papers and sorting dirty clothes from clean clothes. Using observation and classification skills brings order to our hectic lives. This after school event will be held outside on the porch, weather permitting. Registration is not required. Ideal for children ages 6 - 9 and their families.