As Bambergur (2002, p.32) ' ' the reading excites the necessity to make familiar itself to the world, to enrich the proper ideas and has intellectual experiences, the result is the formation of a philosophy of the life, understanding of the world that in rodeia' '. Thinking that science is part of our daily one and aiming at the importance of its agreement to understand the interactions of the man with the nature and the man with he himself, texts had been selected aiming at to contextualizar them with subjects that can to occur with any person. When working the concept of cells was taken for lesson texts that brought as subjects cells trunk and gamticas cells. From these subjects questionings of the type had been made ' ' What it is a cell? ' ' , ' ' All the cells have the same form, function and size? ' '. As they went appearing doubts regarding the lesson the subject was argued, answering the questions in order to clarify them. She perceives if that in this way the educandos interacted sufficiently, therefore they brought coherent situations and questionings with the boarded subjects in lesson.
In the weaveeed boarding of the subject it was the moment where more the reading was exercised. The majority of the resources was taken off of the site Science Today of the children, therefore the language applied in the texts extremely accessible and is directed to the etria band of the educandos, having provided they a reading of easy understanding. This easiness serves as incentive for the reading and prevents that they oppose themselves to participate of the activity proposal, what it was evident to each text, since was observed the participation of all the educandos actively in the tasks. To introduce the subject digestrio system ' was taken for the group the text; ' Dura Day of a Bonbon Adentro' Mouth; ' (Adapted of the text: Dura Day of a Sandwich Adentro Mouth, of the Superinteressante magazine, Year 4, in the 12) and for each pupil was delivers a bonbon so that they could follow history and understand the processes that occur in the digestion of the bonbon.