Sugar glass looks and feels almost like real glass only it is made purely of sugar. I prepared several batches of sugar glass to take to preschool and explore.
Science and Nature
I have always wanted to try gelatin play and finally took the time to put it together using our own version of spider parts and it was totally worth it.
After gathering a set of leaves, the children explored the leaves by sorting them on our table chart and making leaf confetti!
Today I’d like to share an activity that we did with our pre-k students to extend our study of the tools scientists use and to encourage them to “think like a scientist.”
We read the story “Meet Einstein” and then explored the tools of a scientist in our preschool classroom! A super fun filled day of scientific discovery!
Yesterday I shared with you how we explored and collected the colors of fall flowers and today I want to share with you our fall flower water science.
Since our leaves haven’t changed color yet we introduced fall colors by exploring the flowers of fall and soon we will explore fall leaves.
We went outdoors to find the answer to our question “Will animals eat apples?” for our science and discovery in preschool.
Our preschool class explored the process of making their own watercolor paint plus a simple paper towel science too!
Introducing five fun ways teachers can use tape in the preschool classroom to promote learning and play!
Somewhere towards the middle of the school year, I put all of our colored tape on a paper roll holder for our preschool class to use for a project that I can’t even remember. I hadn’t intended to keep the tape on the holder but my students used the tape every day in all different kinds of ways so when you have such interest, you stick with it…
Exploring the process of mixing colors with this very intriguing and open ended water play station!