An issue of importance is “Why Teach Science in Early Childhood.” According to many educators science has been a complex subject to teach and for students to grasp. It has been like a vicious cycle, if science is not of your interest, then teaching it makes it worse. Learning science is vital in our daily lives; therefore children need to be exposed to it at an early age through hands on activities. The strategy used from the teacher under this topic was successful in the way that she exposed the children into science without them realizing it. Children usually pick up on the negative comments adults make like, uh I hate science…science is hard to understand, etc. Children do not apprehend the fact that they live through science everyday. No one at home takes the time or an effort to introduce it to them. Parental involvement should also be imperative by doing experiments similar to the teachers. There are many fun and simple websites available to do home experiments or activities. Many parents have the attitude that it’s the teacher’s responsibility in its whole to teach any subject, wherein fact teaching begins form home. Unfortunately, many children are never exposed to science so it is obvious that the teacher has to open a new window for them. When children experience how science works they are impacted and start developing an interest. Early childhood is the best period to initiate because children are like sponges. If lessons are made interesting with student involvement they will be fond of it. Personally I was part of the statistics of people who disliked science. It is sad to mention, but I started becoming interested in science until college. I discovered many things that I never knew existed or knowledgeable of them being part of science (it is never too late). I can recall that in my Physical Science class we were impressed by the results in activities we do, imagine in early childhood. In addition, students need to know what, when, why, and how things occur. When their little brain starts exploring other things they begin asking questions as to why things happen such as, why does it rain, who invented things, why do we get sick, and so forth. They simple questions and unfortunately many parents or educators do not the answers. Now in days kids do not settle for a one word response like “because” or “they just do.” Educators also need to attend to professional developments in this subject area to learn how to teach it and start developing an interest.