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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.

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.

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

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

For the Children: Inspired by Nature. For more inspiring classrooms visit: http://pinterest.com/kinderooacademy/provocations-inspiring-classrooms/ ≈ ≈

For the Children: Inspired by Nature. For more inspiring classrooms visit: http://pinterest.com/kinderooacademy/provocations-inspiring-classrooms/ ≈ ≈

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. I like the idea of having a science center of just materials set out for exploring, no instructions or activities outlined.


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Ramps in the Science Center

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Investigation area. Enhanced with brightly coloured water (just using a small squirt of paint!), transparent pipettes, jars, tubes etc. encouraging the children to explore with colour mixing, and allowing them to watch the water travel through the various objects.

Investigation area. Enhanced with brightly coloured water (just using a small squirt of paint!), transparent pipettes, jars, tubes etc. encouraging the children to explore with colour mixing, and allowing them to watch the water travel through the various objects.

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