Is it magnetic? My students would think this is fun in a TEACCH box. Lots of little objects to touch and play with. I would have them either write or circle from a list the things that are magnetic.

Primary level science station for magnets. "Is it magnetic?" This sorting science station is appropriate for pre-k, kindergarten, primary grades, or preschool. With younger children be careful to ensure items size isn't a choking hazard.

Investigation station idea-use hands to feel what's in each box and try to match the picture with each box- stick on with Velcro

Teach with Trash: Tissue Box Science It would be a good idea to use these as mystery boxes. Place six items in boxes and have them guess what the objects are or what they may all have in common. Could be used to introduce a new unit or book.

Magnetic sorting investigation.

(Pin N) Magnetic sorting investigation- children can explore ideas engaging with and co-constructing meaning through play- based learning. Children resource their own learning through connecting with material and exploring ideas and theories through play.

Can the wind move it?

Can the Wind Move It

This is a science experiment, children blow on objects to simulate the wind. Place a variety of objects on the science shelf, some that can be moved by blowing them as well as some that cannot be moved. Children predict which objects they can move, …

Inside/outside investigation table

Set up a "Nature Table" to display all the treasures found on nature hikes. great for scientific observations. {The large leaf is from IKEA.} Smith nature walks might be great to fill up your science center

Provocations in learning: drawing children in. I like the idea of having a science center of just materials set out for exploring, no instructions or activities outlined.

Provocations in learning: drawing children in with a science center of just materials set out for exploring, no instructions or activities outlined. Add a related quote at top to inspire inquiry.


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