How to explain tricky science keywords to a child

Many students lose marks in exams because they get confused over certain science keywords.

Let’s look at one example:

“Energy is created during respiration”

This statement sounds logical to a child, right?

But we know it’s incorrect. And simply changing one word makes this statement a factual one.

How should we explain this to a child?

Can we do it in a way that he or she can understand easily?

Watch this video to discover a method of explaining keywords effectively!

At KooBits, we have a library of videos to teach keywords. Our team of educators have designed these videos to be easy-to-understand, yet effective in helping students to understand their mistakes.

Parents can use these videos to teach their children at home, while students can watch them at any time to keep up with the school’s syllabus.

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