We are stuffing bears and putting them down for a long winter’s nap for a lesson on hibernation.
This simple winter science is just one example of keeping busy during the cold arctic days of a winter blast here in the midwest!
As part of our study on glass, we spent time exploring the sounds of glass in preschool!
Our pre-k class participated in exploring and creating beautiful designs and mosaics with sugar glass.
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.
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.