Erin French
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This human sundial shadow science experiment is a hands-on way for kids to learn how shadows are created and measure the earth's rotation. Shadow Science | Outdoor STEM | Science experiments for kids

This human sundial shadow science experiment is a hands-on way for kids to learn how shadows are made and measure the earth's rotation. Contains questions to ask during and after the experiment. Shadow Science Outdoor STEM Science experiments for kids

Phonics pegs and lollipop sticks ~ another way to use these tools!

First-grade students can use close pins and popsicle sticks to blend phonemes and build words. This activity could be done with individual grouping or as a center.

Music in the outdoors - coloured pots and pans hung on a fence to create an outdoor music zone. Could be a great release of energy to bang on those pots as hard as possible.

Music center for preschool playground. Spray paint pots and pans and hang them along the fence. Let the students explore with different "drum sticks." They could make music with their hands, hard sticks, or soft covered sticks.