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Explorer's GuideThe PEEP and the Big Wide World Explorer's Guide, designed for early childhood classrooms, invites children and teachers to explore science in the world around them. Six units offer hands-on explorations that lead to rich science learning as well as lots of fun. Each unit features an animated PEEP story and related live-action video clips in both English and Spanish. Family Science letters — also in English and Spanish — encourage families to continue the exploration and learning at home. (PDF files can be viewed and printed using the free Adobe Reader.) Family Science Letters – 2MB PDF Share simple ideas for science play at home, along with recommended books and online activities. Introduction – 403KB PDF Welcome to the PEEP Explorer's Guide. Preschool Science: The PEEP Approach – 478KB PDF Learn about the PEEP approach to preschool science. Explore Shadows Outdoors, make shadows in the sunlight. Explore Water Explore Plants Indoors, plant seeds and bulbs and track their growth. Explore Color