I think from an early age children can begin learning science- simple things like looking at the stars at night and talking about space are appropriate for even very young children.
I also think it is important not to overload young children with science that is too complicated though, if this happens they might feel less confident and less enthusiastic about learning science later on.
Yep, you can learn various sides of science depending on your age. And it’s good to start early- 3-year-olds ask so many questions already!
Whatever the age, I think it’s important for education to be based on understanding, discovery, amazement, practical work. Myself I had to much learning weird names by heart and too much exam stress and I don’t think it was very helpful looking back!
Science is something you can teach to children at any age – you just have to make sure the level you are teaching at is accessible to the child. For example, giving a five year old a univeristy level lecture on physics/biology/chemistry isnt going to work. But talking to them about things like the leaves changing colour, stars at night and the sun can introduce them to science on their own level.