There is no doubt that nowadays science is no longer a matter merely of scientists, but concerned citizens in general. However, the scientific culture of the majority of the population does not allow the understanding of the benefits of scientific development in everyday life. This situation can only be overcome with a solid scientific culture for all citizens. The introduction of the basic concepts can, and should start in infancy to stimulate the interest of the greatest number of children to pursue further studies in science. Moreover the teaching of science should be based on experimentation and should not arise as something tight, without any connection to other areas of knowledge. In fact, it may promote reading at the time of research, stimulate the design and writing when performing records and develop logical-mathematical thinking when making classifications, measurements and calculations.