Exploring Colors with Baking Soda and Vinegar
Combine art and science in this fun and easy activity for kids using baking soda and vinegar! Such a fun science experiment for preschool and kindergarten!
Invitation to Explore
A few weeks ago, before we entered our 'unschooling' season, the science book that we were loosely following had some experiments involving light that I thought the boys would enjoy, so I ordered a couple of bits of equipment, namely some mirrored tiles and a prism. As our last vestiges of structure disappeared, the tiles and prism also disappeared into the science box, for future use. I wasn't bothered by not using the equipment immediately - I knew from experience that it would be used…
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Science Activity: Fizzing Fairy Potions! - The Imagination Tree
Enjoy a brilliant science activity for kids with these fizzing fairy potions! Fabulously sparkly, colourful and frothy, they are sure to inspire some wows!
Preschool Art at the Easel
Working on a horizontal surface such as at the easel puts a whole new spin on preschool art. You can purchase an easel or create your own table top easel, such as our acrylic page holder easels. Each of our toddler and preschool classrooms is equipped with an easel, as well as outdoors. They are used in a variety of ways, with different tools and materials. . . This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. . . The benefits of working on an easel: . Fine motor: Moving the painting…