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Shadow art outdoor science is a hands-on STEAM activity that will help children learn about shadows while making art. A fun outside art and science activity for toddlers to adults!

Shadow Art Outdoor Science for Kids

Shadow art outdoor science is a hands-on STEAM activity that will help children learn about shadows while making art. A great learning activity for homeschooling and a fun outside art and science activity for toddlers, preschoolers, kids and even adults.

"The Moon has awoken, with the sleep of the Sun, the Light has been broken, the spell has begun." ... #witch #pagan #Nature

witch's saying: the moon has awoken, with the sleep of the sun, the light has been broken, the spell has begun.

salle de bain avec carrelage damier noir et blanc leroy merlin

Vous cherchez des idées pour un carrelage noir et blanc? On vous les présente en 45 photos!

Art by monolime Feyre and Rhys~~~HOLY SH*T THIS IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL ACOTAR FANART I'VE EVER SEEN

monolime: “ High Lord and High Lady im halfway through acowar and feel like im gonna die ”

what a great way to teach a kid about shadows and how they change throughout the day

Alberta Grade 4 Science Topic D - Light and Shadows - shadows and how they change throughout the day.

DIY sundial for when we are teaching Ancient Egypt. Ancient Egyptians created sundials to tell time. Place a pencil upright in a ball of clay. Have a student go out every hour to place a stone where the end of the pencil is. Stones can be numbered to show what the hour is. At the end of the day look at the sundial your class has created.

a Do-It-Yourself Sundial. This simple yet effective sundial was made by placing a pencil in a ball of clay. Every hour a stone was placed to mark time. The sundial in the picture goes from 9 a.

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