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When we reach out to the youngest children, our goal is to create interest rather than teach physics. We go where they are: in schools, libraries, museums, where people meet one another-at shopping malls, festivals, and markets. We share our work by engaging children in conversation and appropriate hands-on activities. We lead by asking questions and getting children to ask questions too. This is often a different way of communicating than we are used to. However, many available resources makedoi:10.1051/epjconf/20149502001 fatcat:imnsv4ttwnhxfmcsm3y3jxsbmq