I would use an anchor chart similar to this one to help students remember what bodies of water we had talked about.

This chart would be a great tool when trying to identify where the animal lives. To make this more useful and grade appropriate, students could include facts and major Texas bodies of water on the back!

Water Absorption Activity Fine Motor Science skills

Water Absorption Fine Motor Science Play

Water Absorption Activity Fine Motor Science skills, use different colors and see how the color changes on the cotton ball

Kids will love making their very own walking water rainbow from just three colors. It's amazing how color mixing can make something spectacular!

Easy and Fun Walking Rainbow Science Experiment

STEM- Kids will love making their very own walking water rainbow from just three colors. It's amazing how color mixing can make something spectacular!

What dissolves in water? A simple experiment from the pantry.

“What Dissolves in Water?” Experiment for Kids from the Pantry

Find out what dissolves in water! This is a fun experiment for preschoolers to predict and observe what will dissolve and disappear in water…

In this lesson plan, children will identify ways that water is wasted and conserved—all while developing their sorting skills! (preschool–kindergarten)

In this lesson plan, children will identify ways that water is wasted and conserved—all while developing their sorting skills!

Exploring raindrops and clouds in preschool | Teach Preschool

Exploring raindrops and clouds in preschool

Super Simple Ocean Sensory Bin Kids Will Love - Perfect for a kindergarten or preschool ocean theme, or for a preschool summer camp

2 Material Ocean Sensory Bin That is Super Simple to Make

Super Simple Ocean Sensory Bin Kids Will Love - Perfect for a kindergarten or preschool ocean theme, or for a preschool summer camp Tap the link to check out fidgets and sensory toys!

Precipitation craft for pre-schoolers. This activity is an extension of the children's learning. It also allows the children to be creative and manipulate their fine motor skills, as they cut and glue on their design.

Kids' Crafts

Umbrella picture Make umbrellas out of pipe cleaner pieces and cupcake liners folded in half. Use cotton balls to make clouds. Then use q-tips or fingers in blue paint to make rain drops. Perfect for "April showers.

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