Teaching Kids Science
The Pensacola News Journal has
about a program called
I LOVE Science,
in which volunteers teach school children science with hands-on activities.
“Science is fun, and you get to do things that are new to you,” said Ryan Gilley, 10. “You get to know how things work and the way they are made.”
If they can instill a love of learning and science in young kids, that’s great.
But the irony of it all is that this is happening right in Kent Hovind’s back yard.