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Have you ever wondered why we should study and learn about the history of Science?


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Studying the history of science is important. It shows us how scientific knowledge has been building over the centuries. It helps us understand and appreciate our natural world and scientific advances by studying how scientific discoveries are made. To start studying the history of science with your kids, use this Free Meet The Scientist printable notebooking page. You can begin with studying scientists mentioned in your science curriculum or scientists who have done research in the area of your kids’ interests.

To help you with your study of science, you can download this free Meet the Scientist Printable HERE.

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