Light table explorations

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on September 23, 2012

in Light Table, Light Table Explorations

Our light table has been getting lots of action this year from my new students during our time in free play and here are a few of the things the children have been exploring on the light table…

Ice pops on the light table (unfrozen)

Shapes on the light table (colored plexiglass donated to me)

A variety of toys on the light table…

Cutting on the Light Table

Discovery bottles on the light table

Cars on the light table

And after school, my grandson has been doing a little light table exploration too…

Felt shapes on the light table

All the children know how to turn the light table on and off by themselves (even my grandson can do it) and the children are free to explore most things on the light table during our center time…

Somehow things just look different when you put it on a light table…

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1 Cathy September 23, 2012 at 12:04 pm

Thanks for sharing lots of fun ideas for the light table. I have seen previous posts about your homemade light boxes, but this one seems to be different. Can you share some information about it? By the way, I found some real (dead) dragonflies refently that I plan to try on the light table; I think there may be other specimens that would also be interesting. I also have some small acrylic keychain baubles with pictures (not real) of transparent butterflies that I think will be fun.

2 Melanie September 24, 2012 at 10:40 pm

Thanks for ideas. I love it.
You can see pictures of mine on:
http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.3925999670049.171218.1281360600&type=3&l=93770d88eb

3 Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. September 25, 2012 at 12:33 am

Wow Melanie – just beautiful!

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